Marks & Spencer White Pitta Breads Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Snacks
Description:Brand: Marks & Spencer / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... M&S products at the minute they have lowered the price and are now classed as a 'wise buy' for around 50p, this makes ... more
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
The king of Pitta Breads! I absolutely love these! They can be found in most Marks and Spencer food depertments (in the bread aisle).I get mine from a 'Simply Food' branch of Marks and Spencer so I would assume they will be stocked in their smaller stores. As with most M&S products at the minute they have lowered the price and are now classed as a 'wise buy' for around 50p, this makes them an absolute bargain as most pitta breads are around the 50p mark but these ones are of substantially better quality.They also have the yellow M&S 'Eat well' sunflower so they must be good for you! The easiest way to warm them is in the toaster, pop them in for about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I love pitta bread and these Marks And Spencer ones are the best I've ever tried, they aren't even that dear and this pack only cost me 82p and that's not that much more expensive than the Tesco or Asda own brand ones. You can warm them up in the oven, put them under the grill or nuke them. I usually nuke mine even though it doesn't say you can on the packet because a few seconds warms them up nice and keeps them nice and soft, they're yummy grilled as well but then you do get a bit of a crispy texture and for me that spoils them. They've got a lovely floury appearance and smell nice and doughy. When they're warm it's dead easy to slide a knife ... Read the complete review
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