Tesco Garlic and Corriander Naan Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... there is easily enough for four people. The naan bread are very big on flavour. On tasting the naan bread you can taste the ... more
by - written on 31/07/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I love Indian food and from time to time we have been known to pick up a nice curry in a box from one of our local supermarkets and we like to have this with bombay potatoes, poppadoms and naan breads. The naan bread of choice on our latest visit to Tesco was this Tesco Garlic & Coriander Naan Bread which cost just 55p for two, very reasonable indeed. These naans, like most, come provided in a plastic wrapper which has all the usual information on it. These are plain naans with added vegetable ghee, flavoured with garlic & coriander. There is a nice amount of flavour on the naan breads and it does give your fingers a little covering as you take them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
What is a curry without Naan bread? Naked - thats what! We have a curry once a week, and Naan bread is an absolute essential compliment to the meal. All the family love Naan bread. I tend to buy supermarkets own brand Naan bread because I don't feel there is a lot of differnce between brands. this week I bought Tesco Garlic and coriander Naan bread which costs 58p for two large Naan breads. The packaging is a transparent bag and you can see the product inside. The pack has a pink accent colour and says in big letters on the front "perfect for curry dishes". The nutritional information for half a Naan is on the front, which is as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 157 readings)
One of the favourite meals in our house is a good homemade curry, and of course the perfect accompaniment to a nice curry is a naan bread. I tend to stick to the plain naan, but a few weeks ago there were none on the shelves in Tescos so I opted for the garlic and coriander naans instead. You can buy them in packs of two standard sized naans or a pack of six smaller sized naans. We brought a pack of two larger naans which are hand tailed and each naan is an ample amount for one person, maybe more if you are a small eater. As much as I like the taste of garlic, it did worry me that these may be a bit strong tasting for me, but I was actually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
A naan bread is an absolute store cupboard or freezer essential for when you just knock up a quick curry, as I think it makes all the difference to have a bit of something on the side to dip into the curry. I would like to make my own but I can't even do chapatis they would not turn out properly although I will definitely give it a go one time!! The naan breads are available as mini naan pack of 4 or full size (well not exactly to Indian standars of naan breads) pack of 2. They are found of course at Tesco within the bread and cakes section. They are plastic packaged for fresheness and are fairly easy to pull apart, the aroma ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/09 (Very useful, 23 readings)
Tesco Garlic and Corriander Naan is a decent little addition to a take-home take-away from Tesco. It perfectly compliments a lot of their Indian dishes, though I don't see why you couldn't eat it with other cuisine if you wanted to do so. It's reasonably priced at 68p for a packet of 2, and for this you get two giant pieces of bread that can easily be split four ways. The appearance of the bread is pretty nifty, with generous sprinklings of corriander all over the thin, pitta like bread. The smell that comes off this because of the corriander is very inviting. It's a clean, fresh smell with a twist of garlic mixed in that makes me think this stuff is going ... Read the complete review
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