Tesco Onion Bhajis Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... the bhajis were suitable for vegetarians and, as I had suspected, they were packed with calories and fat. One bhaji contained ... more
by - written on 01/03/11 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I like my food to have character; I can't be doing with bland or mushy food. I like something that I can bite into, something that has a distinctive taste. This approach to food started when I was at school and my mum was the school cook - I decided then that there must be more to food than solid mashed potato served with ice cream scoops, suspect pieces of meat and weekly concerns that the tapioca was made from real frogspawn. Working from home last week I popped into Tesco looking for a spicy snack for lunch and came across their onion bhajis. The picture on the packaging looked inviting enough and at £1 for six bhajis (total weight 280gr) I figured that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/08, updated on 13/08/08 (Very useful, 173 readings)
I think money is tight for a lot of us at the moment so everyone's looking for ways to cut down. One of the things we're doing in our house is getting a supermarket take away on a Friday or Saturday night instead of ordering out. There are four and a little mouths to feed so ordering from the indian can be quite pricey. But by buying some bits from Tesco, we spent about a quarter of what we normally would. One of the things we had with our take away home ready meal was these Tesco Onion Bhajis. We bought a pack of 12 mini ones because they were on special offer for only 99p which I thought was very good. It was enough for everyone to have two or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/08 (Very useful, 158 readings)
In Tesco, again buying for my granddaughters 12th birthday party, I saw a pack of their own brand Onion Bhajis and thought they would appeal to the new grown up girl my granddaughter is becoming. There are six in a pack and they cost £1.26 so I bought two packs as they looked large enough to cut in half if they were running short. They are very simple to cook, making them ideal party food when hours are spent getting sandwiches ready before the ham on the buffet starts curling up. 12 minutes in the middle of oven at Gas Mark 6 will have these cooked perfectly and ready to transfer to the serving plates. These Bhajis are delicious, they are not as ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Tesco Onion Bhajis
Tesco Value Bourbon Creams - Tasty, good texture, fantastic value Once you start you cant stop!
Tesco Jaffa Cakes - Taste, quality, price None
Tesco Organic Hazelnut Cereal Bars - Taste nice, decent price, organic, no additives Not as nice as Quaker Oat Bars!
Tesco Light Choices Wheat Biscuits - Taste the same as Weetabix Slightly mushier
Tesco Light Choices Naan Bread - Long best before date, reduced fat Lacks taste, freshness and softness. Bland
|More products in Snacks|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Genius Gluten-Free Brown Bread|
Makes a great substitute to gluten / wheat free bread.
The price - but see if your GP will prescribe it
|Aldi Village White Sliced Bread|
Cheap and small slices
Too thin and doesn't stay fresh for long
|Aldi Butter Croissants|
Cheap and nice size
Not buttery or flaky at all
|McCoys Roast Beef and Horseradish|
great spicy taste
Flavour varies from one crisp to another.
|Asda Reduced Fat Houmous|
Flavoursome, reasonably priced
Short shelf life when opened
|Asda Chocolate Chip Muffins|
Taste lovely & sweet, moreish, filling, satisfying, great for a sweet tooth
|Asda Angel Cake|
so light and good tasting
|Aldi Belmont Jammy Devils|
Cheap and yummy
None I can think of!
|Nature Valley Canadian Maple Syrup Granola Bar|
Keeps hunger at bay, crunchy, tasty