Tesco Large Wholemeal Pitta Bread Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... just 80p - and as there are six pitta breads in the packet then this equates to 13p per bread piece. The breads are ... more
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 189 readings)
After spending my lunch break with a friend at work I noticed that she was having a pitta bread with her soup and it suddenly dawned on me that I have not had a pitta bread in a long time and without wanting to look like I was copying I was soon off to my local Supermarket to pick some pitta breads up. If you have read my reviews before then you will have seen that I tend to do my shopping in Tesco and I went to the bread section and was amazed at the amount of choice when it came to pitta breads that was on offer to me. The pitta bread ranged from white and brown to small and large. As I was trying to be healthy I picked up the brown pitta bread, this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Again, in an attempt to be healthier, I am having pitta breads at lunch time. I bought this pack of large, wholemeal pitta bread from Tesco. All that attracted me to the packet was that they were wholemeal and that they were fairly cheap at only 69p for 6 pittas. The packet is plastic with a green strip on. You can see through to the pittas which look nice. The packaging is definitely nothing special! The pittas are a nice large size, and are nice and big for my lunchbox! I take mine to college with a pot of guacamole and sometimes some hummous which is a great way to eat it. I have also been stuffing the pittas with some chicken and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Tesco Large Wholemeal Pitta Bread Description: Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Bread As part of a pre Christmas attempt to be healthy, we have gone back to eating only wholemeal bread and banning white from the house. I paid £0.69 for a pack containing 6 pittas. They come in a see through plastic pack with a white back and a green front, which allows you to see the breads inside. The brand label is on the front, along with the nutritional information, making it easy to see what you are buying. I really enjoy the taste of these. They have a great chewy consistency and a delicious nutty taste. They go really well with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I've gone mad on pitta bread at the minute and the best ones I reckon are these large wholemeal ones from Tesco. They are about 60p for 6 and they are quite a bit bigger than the standard size ones but apart from that they look exactly the same. I always warm mine under the grill because I like the edges to go a bit crispy. They are easy to cut and open out nice for me to be able to put the filling inside, because they're bigger they open out wide and you can stuff loads in! That's perfect for when I'm in a greedy mood! lol They taste dead nice, because they are wholemeal they've got a bit of a nutty taste and that makes them a lot more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I'm on holiday at the moment, staying at my boyfriends parents house in Eastbourne. One of the wonders of staying at other peoples houses is all the new foods they have lurking in their cupboards, and today I cam across a rather nice red pepper and feta paste . This looked yummy, but called for something other than a bog standard slice of bread - happily, I found some wholemeal pitta breads in the cupboard too . Now, I'm not huge eater of wholemeal bread - I tend to buy the best-of-both kind of loaves every so often, but actual wholemeal just has too strong a taste for me, so I wasn't entirely convinced I would like these pittas . Opening the pack, ... Read the complete review
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