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Asda Chapattis

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Brand: Asda / Type: Bread

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      10.06.2011 22:40
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      A nice accompaniment to any Indian meal!

      Very often I make a curry and when I do I always heat up a nan bread to go with it. However my boyfriend loves a curry though isn't fussed about nan bread and so the other week in my local Asda store I was looking for an alternative accompaniment when I spotted a pack of four of these costing only 83p. The Packaging: The Chapattis come in a see-thought plastic bag type idea and on the front there is a photograph of the chapattis and we are told that they are Asda 4 Chappatis 'Unleavened Indian style flatbreads, baked in a tandoori style oven' and that they are suitable for Vegetarians and freezable, ingredients and allergy advice is given as well as the weight of the product (4x70g and 280g in total), nutritional information is given as well as cooking instructions and contact details for Asda are given. This is informative looking packaging however a right pain to get open and it isn't resealable. The Chapattis: Made from wholemeal flour these are none greasy flatbreads and in shape like a pitta bread. Large in size and with some baked marks already on each these are very simple to heat up indeed and all you do is pop them in the oven for 4-6 minutes and on gas mark 6 and within that time they get warm and flexible, not too hard and take on a slightly golden colour. Not too thick these simply taste like a well made bread and they are very well seasoned indeed. They are strong enough to hold foods such as curry and equally nice to dip into food. The appearance of these is nice and authentic and I appreciate the plain flavour of these alot and so these get the thumbs up from me! Nutritional Information Per 100g: Energy: 275 Kcal Protein: 9.0g Carbohydrate: 46.2g of which sugars: 1.3g Fat: 6.0g of which saturates: 0.4g Fibre: 3.8g Sodium:0.19g equivalent as salt: 0.5g Only available in Asda stores.

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