Sainsbury's 'Basics' Pitta Breads (White) Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... supermarkets, but the price of these is just fantastic as these are enough to make a meal out of- indeed, a couple of meals ... more
by - written on 09/08/13 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Pitta bread can be consumed in many ways; it is really good for making wraps or dipping and I often turn to Sainsbury's to provide me with a pack of their Sainsbury's Basics White Pitta Breads. These are quite amazingly cheap at only 22p per pack of 6! That makes it under 4 pence per pitta which I think is excellent value for money, and honestly, what else could you do with four little pennies? Pitta bread isn't exactly known to be expensive, of course, and you might be able to pick up some at a similar price in other supermarkets, but the price of these is just fantastic as these are enough to make a meal out of- indeed, a couple of meals as there are 6 whole ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
We buy these pitta breads from Sainsburys all the time they are so cheap and just the same as the more expensive pitta bread. You get 6 in a pack and they are white pittas, I don't think Sainsburys do brown one in the Basics packaging. The only difference is that these look a bit rough round the edges and are sometimes cracked on the top but not that much that the filling comes out or it splits when you are trying to cut it. They are a bit smaller as well but we only buy small pitta breads anyway cos the giant ones are too big. I always grill mine for a few minutes because I like them with a toasted taste but my dad microwaves his and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/09, updated on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 119 readings)
When it comes to anything bread like I love it. In my home I'm known as the bread bung and would happily all day every day stuff myself silly with Warburtons bread, crumpets, muffins, croissants and crackers if I could! However the other day I did decide to get some of these pittas to try and help me ba a bit healthy and usually I'm quite a fan of the old pitta breads! The plan was to buy these and stuff them with chicken stir-fry, beef salad and my beloved sweet chilli sauce and things like that instead of eating 3 slices of toast dripping in butter and orange thick cut marmalade (my favourite food in the world lol). So when I spotted these priced ... Read the complete review
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