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Asda Melba Toast

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Brand: Asda / Type: Snacks

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      30.11.2009 11:01
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      Delish With A Skyscraper Of Toppings!

      I love Melba Toast and these one's from Asda are yummy. They are 85p and for that you get about 40 thin toasts.

      A Melba Toast is like a mix of a crispbread and a cracker. They are very thin but hard with a crunchy texture, they're very dry but you can eat them on their own because of how thin they are. I usually put toppings on mine, sometimes just butter but other times I'll use them as a base for an open sandwich and pile them high.

      I don't think these are any better or any worse than any other brand of Melba Toast I've brought, all the brands are more or less the same anyway! lol These ones go stale quicker than the Dell's Melba Toast that I usually buy but you still get a few days out of these as long as you put them into an air tight container.

      The taste of them is a bit wheaty but I think they also taste a bit like malt, that's an aftertaste more than anything and you can't taste the malt on it's own while you're eating.

      Each Melba Toast has got 13 calories and 0.1g fat so that's proper good for you, I always ruin that by putting high fat toppings on them but at least the base is good! lol

      I think these are yummy, I've eaten them for years and it's one of them things that is always in the cupboard. They have a delish toasted flavour that makes them go well with any topping, the only things I avoid are majorly wet toppings because that spoils the crunch of the Melba Toast. Tuna mayo is a definite no-no because that soaks through them at the speed of light and there's nothing worse than a soggy crispbread!

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