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Asda Peshwari Naan Bread

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Brand: Asda / Type: Bread

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      24.07.2011 16:18
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      Not for me, they're too boring!

      I absolutely love a good curry and whenever I have a takeaway or go for a meal in an Indian restaurant I usually opt for a peshwari naan to accompaniment it so when I spotted these pack of two costing 67p in my local Asda store I decided to give them a go. The Packaging: The naans come in a see-through plastic cover and on the front of it we are told that it is Asda 'Chosen By You', Indian Restaurant Style, 2 Peshwari Naan Bread 'Made with sultanas, coconut, yogurt and apricots. Hand stretched and flame baked in a tandoor-style oven' and that they are suitable for Vegetarians and are freezable. On the back the wrapper other information listed includes ingredients and allergy advice, there is a full nutritional chart stated, the weight is given which is 220g, we are told how to heat them up and contact details for Asda are listed. Informative enough and easy enough to open packaging this is. The Naan Breads: Creamy in colour and thickish and rather large in shape you can see bits of sultanas scattered through the bread and they are generally creamy in colour and slightly baked looking places. To heat them up you can simple pop them in the oven or grill them, either way they only take a matter of minutes to heat through and do give off a delicate sweet coconut aroma to them when warm. Made with wheat flour and low fat yogurt and flavoured with desiccated coconut and a small amount of sultanas and apricots this is actually quite a tough bread and not as moist as I had expected it to be and they had lost a lot of moisture through heating and to me this is actually rather bland and not as naturally sweet as expected. I found a lack of fruit within this and them not be aw moist as I would like but to be fair they wernt what I'd call crumbly at all. Not sweet enough, not enough sweet ingredients in them and personally I wouldn't but these particular naans from Asda again sadly! Nutritional Information Per Naan Bread: Energy: 316 Kcal Protein: 7.5g Carbohydrate: 49.6g of which sugars: 8.3g Fat: 8.8g of which saturates: 3.9g Fibre: 4.3g Sodium: 0.31g equivalent as salt: 0.8g Only available in Asda stores costing 67p a pack of two.

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