Innocent Indian Daal Veg Pot Reviews
Product Type: Innocent Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Innocent / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... packaging and really simple to follow. The packaging on the product is fun, and Innocent seem like a brand who seem to have ... more
by - written on 21/10/12 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Firstly, I would like to state that I am aware this is a ready meal, so I wasn't expecting phenomenal things from this. However, Innocent are a brand that claim to be 'here to make it easy for people to do themselves some good (whilst making it taste nice too).' [Taken from their website]. I picked this up from my local Tesco on the way home, it was reduced to 39p from usually costing about £4, so I thought I would give it a try. I quite like vegetarian indian food, having two vegetarian housemates we have eaten recipes similar, so this was nothing new to me. The instructions are on the underside of the packaging and really simple to follow. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Cost: At £3.79 this pot is not cheap, but then again you can pay close to that for a sandwich so it's bearable. They're also on offer a lot (I got 2 for £6). Nutrition: This dish is high in fibre (9.9g) and low in calories (319). It's maybe a little high in carbs for people who're watching those (36.9g). Not to mention those 3 portions of veg that make you feel like you've been good. The nutritional labelling is easy to find and nicely laid out (100g, per pot and %). Cooking instrutions: Bizarrely, the instructions are hidden on the underside of the carboard wrapping, and it's easy to miss them. That being said, the instructions are clear and give a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/11, updated on 28/06/11 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I have seen the Innocent meal pots around for quite a while and always thought they would be nice to try. However at £3.48 a 380 gram pot, I feel that is far to much; so I jumped at the chance to buy some when they were £1.81 in Tesco recently. My chosen one to review this time is the Indian daal veg pot. **LABELLING** The label is a piece of cardboard which fits around your pot. On the top is the innocent logo, a sort of smiley face with no mouth and a halo, with what type of meal pot you have chosen underneath and the expiry date. Around the edge are miniature vegetables which correlate with some of the ingredients inside, which I think is ... Read the complete review
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