Sainsbury's Indian Snack Selection Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Snack
Newest Review: ... Gas Mark 6, 200 degrees from chilled or 18 minutes from frozen. Taste: All the Indian Snacks are suitable for vegetarians ... more
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 111 readings)
After trying my friend's mum's Indian cooking I've been searching for an alternative which I can have on a more regular basis. We first got these at Christmas for buffet type food but have bought them since to eat with Indian food and have always been impressed with them, they're freezable too so we got a few packs when reduced after Christmas and you can cook them from frozen so no messing about with defrosting. Pack includes three of each: Mini Aloo Tikkis Mini Vegetable Samosas Mini Onion Bajias Mini Spinich Pakoras Price: At £2.49 this Indian Snack Selection is pretty well priced, as I said before you can get them reduced and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Im not sure if what Im reviewing is the same product as the one pictured as the ones I purchased are 16 MINI INDIAN SELECTION, although the contents look the same. I got these as I had people coming over for drinks and nibble bits so I just fancied a change from the cocktail sausage and peanuts! I saw that the whole pack was only £2 (and that is normal price too) so thought it had to be worth a try! The price was fantastic value as you got 4 onion bhajias, 4 vegetable samosas, 4 spinach pakoras and 4 aloo tikkis. Although they are advertised as being mini sized, they were still quite big which was great. They come in a recyclable plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I love Indian snacks but I'm too lazy to make my own and too broke to go to Indian restaurants so thank goodness for Sainsbury's! The packaging seems to have changed and it no longer has the photo of the snacks on the front. Instead it has just a plain purple cardboard sleeve. Both the cardboard sleeve and the plastic tray can be recycled if you have the right facilities in your area but the plastic film cannot be recycled. You can pick these up from the fridge aisle and they're normally with all the other chilled Indian foods although if you order online they're in the meat-free alternatives section. They cost £2.89 and you get twelve ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/09, updated on 30/04/09 (Very useful, 347 readings)
Whenever I have an Indian meal at home (which is once a week as a treat) I always cook up some rice and have some nan and snacks and things with it. Usually I just have a couple of onion bhajias but 12 items on offer at £1.44 (limited time only) instead of the usual price tag of £2.89 meant my Mum thought it was a nice idea to get me these for a treat! The Packaging.... The snacks come in a clear plastic square tray with a clear plastic cover over them. Then there is a 'purple coloured 'sleeve' around the middle that slides on/off easily and on there there is a picture of each one of the snacks stacked up in a tower. I'm told in white writing that ... Read the complete review
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