Sainsbury's Wholemeal Pitta Bread Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... and you need two to make a sandwich, I think that this is quite a calorie bargain. The pitta breads come in a plastic ... more
by - written on 07/09/10 (Very useful, 115 readings)
I'm always looking for ways to make new sandwiches, whether it be fillings or changing the actual bread used. Consequently when I came across these pitta breads in Sainsbury's, I was quite excited as I prefer the wholemeal variety to the white. On first sight, the packaging states that each average pita bread contains 142 calories and a mere 0.9g of fat! Considering most wholemeal bread slices range from 80-110 calories and you need two to make a sandwich, I think that this is quite a calorie bargain. The pitta breads come in a plastic packet and have to be slit open with a knife or pair of scissors. Upon taking out the pitta bread, I could see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I eat quite a few pitta breads every week and usually have the white ones but these wholemeal pittas from Sainsburys are lush and mega cheap at 49p for 6 big pitta breads. You warm them up under the grill or nuke them for a few seconds, I do mine under the grill for a minute on each side and that makes them perfect. They are easy to cut open when they're warm and the insides of the pitta breads don't stick together and leave you with a ripped up bread that's no use for holding anything. The taste of the pitta bread is gorgeous, it's a bit nutty and wheaty tasting and tastes wickedly wholemeal. I don't think it really tastes like wholemeal bread ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I love pitta breads! I find them so easy to warm up and shove stuff into! My preference is always a salad, some chicken and some chilli sauce or salad cream or something in them but my Mum loves them covered in jam! Goes to show we're all different but in my home they come in weekly! I usually eat white pittas but of late I've tried to be a bit healthier and get some fibre into my diet so we changed to these. I wasn't really looking looking forward to eating these to be honest as I'm such a white pitta and white bread fan! The Packaging.... Clear plastic packet with six wholemeal different sized pittas inside you can see. On the front I ... Read the complete review
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