Sainsbury's Onion Bhaji Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Newest Review: ... instant gratification, far too long to wait for a simple side dish. When I removed the six, reasonably-sized bhajis from the ... more
by - written on 06/03/10 (Very useful, 167 readings)
Being a student my diet consists mostly of ready meals and I consider myself quite the connoisseur even amongst my peer group. As such I have sampled the length and breadth of the Ready Meal and Food-to-Go aisles of all the major supermarkets from Asda to Waitrose. These onion bhajis are not something I would usually choose. When ordering a takeaway they would be essential; however anything which is oven-only and takes a full 14 minutes (not including pre-heating time) is, due to my overwhelming laziness and TV-induced lust for instant gratification, far too long to wait for a simple side dish. When I removed the six, reasonably-sized bhajis from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/04/09, updated on 23/04/09 (Very useful, 825 readings)
I really do love any kind (well most lol) of Indian food. I love spicy stuff though too hot and one thing I do like to buy myself regularly is samosas and onion bhaji off fresh counters in supermarkets and I'm lucky enough to live close to an Asian community of which has lots of shops and cafes where I can pick up stuff ever so cheap that I heartily enjoy. The other day mooching around Sansbury's I was starving and I really fancied something tasty. Usually I head straight to the fresh counter and treat myself to one of everything I fancy but I saw these priced at £1.15 for 6 of them and I decided to give them a go as they seemed really good value for money and ... Read the complete review
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