Pataks Plain Pappadums Reviews
Product Type: Pataks Snacks
Description:Brand: Patak's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... usual retail price is around £1.99. These aren't really very filling and I found that the pack didn't last for very long, ... more
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by - written on 21/10/13, updated on 21/10/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
My partner loves curries and we have an Indian restaurant near-by which he used to go to all the time and buy really fattening curries. Since I've been on my healthy eating plan I have told him not to buy any take aways because I can't resist temptation and for the past few months I have been making my own curries for us every Friday evening and he likes them just as much as the takeaway ones he used to have or at least he says he does! I usually serve my homemade curries with rice and naan bread but when I saw that these pappadums were on offer in Tesco a couple of weeks back I thought that they would make a nice change and I decided to buy a pack. I only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 199 readings)
Pappadums are delicious - it's a fact! That said, some are definitely better than others, and the quality can be variable with the ready-made ones. One way to get excellent pappadums with only slightly more effort is to try 'Pataks Plain Pappadums' which you fry yourself, and can be purchased for around £1.50 for the ten pack. Ingredients - - - - - - - - The pappadums contain; Lentil Flour, Salt, Raising Agent: Sodium Bircarbonate, Rice Flour, and Vegetable Oil. Making the pappadums is pretty easy - firstly, heat up around three centimeters of vegetable oil in a frying pan until it's very hot. You can actually test that the oil has ... Read the complete review
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