Tesco Value Tortilla Wraps Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... actually physically seen them, just the photo online. You get 8 wraps in the pack for £1.10 which isn't bad as this will ... more
by - written on 20/07/12 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Lately I have been watching what I eat and trying to eat less stodgy foods such as bread. I love a sandwich for lunch so I thought I'd try using tortilla wraps instead as they are healthier and lower in callories, plus you can use one wrap as opposed to two slices of bread. I bought these Tesco value wraps in with my online shopping so hadn't actually physically seen them, just the photo online. You get 8 wraps in the pack for £1.10 which isn't bad as this will cover my lunch for 4 days (2 wraps at lunch). They are actually thicker than other brands I have tried which isn't a bad thing as they tend not to get soggy when containing foods like tomatoes, beetroot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I brought these to try without looking at the price and when I got home I was a bit surprised that they was only 20p cheaper than Discovery and Old El Paso wraps and cost £1.10 for 8 wraps. They come in naff Value packaging and once you open them you should wrap it all up in foil because this wrapper doesn't even keep them fresh for an hour let alone the 24 hours Tesco say they will last for. The wraps are a bit smaller but thicker than the big brand wraps, that makes them taste a bit stodgier but they're still proper nice and there's not much difference in the actual flavour of these compared to other wraps. You can have them straight out of the wrapper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/09, updated on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 349 readings)
Homemade bread is delicious and I make a lot but occasionally I feel like having a change and tortilla wraps are very versatile. What is a tortilla wrap? It is a flat type of bread, made with flour, lard, salt, baking powder and water and rolled out thinly and cooked quickly on a griddle or in a frying pan. But although I love baking these take time to make and although homemade taste best, it's so much quicker to buy them. They can be used cold with moist sandwich fillings like prawns in Marie rose sauce with some salad, or a spicy Coronation chicken. But I prefer mine to be hot and filled with salad and chicken pieces, or cut into pieces and used ... Read the complete review
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