Patak's Ready to Eat Pappadums Reviews
Product Type: Pataks Snacks
Description:Brand: Patak's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... to satisfy anyone's apetite. The packaging is very appealing to the eye, with the pink and purple colours on the clear ... more
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Patak's 8 x Spicy Pappadums Ready To Eat 60G
An authentic Indian recipe. Gluten free. Free from artificial col ...
Last Update 13.03.2014 17:28
by - written on 16/03/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I bought these poppadoms as they were on offer in Tesco's for £1, they were the cheapest on the shelf. We were cooking for friends and thought these poppadoms would bulk out the meal a bit more. There are 8 in a packet and 2 each are easily enough to satisfy anyone's apetite. The packaging is very appealing to the eye, with the pink and purple colours on the clear packaging. I found it very aesthetically pleasing to the eye to see the product, as you can see what your buying. The packaging is extremely to get into, with just a peel back wrapper on it. The poppadoms look very appealing to the eye with the size they, the colour of them is a light ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
My Step-Dad is crazy for poppadoms! We have home made curry in our home rather often and if we are he always has a carton of these types of things. The other night he had a pack of these and decided to give me half which was actually a pleasant change and I indulged in them with my ready meal lol. (Usually he scoffs a whole carton to himself lol). The Packaging: Clear square plastic container with a bright pink peel off lid to the top of it. On that I'm told that they are Ready To Eat Pataks Original Hand Made Sun Dried Pappadums and that there are 8 in the container and that they are plain (they do come in other varieties). Other information on ... Read the complete review
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