Weight Watchers Naan Bread Garlic and Coriander Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... thing is a homemade chicken curry doen't need to be high in fat, so when I found these I was so happy I wanted to dance down ... more
by - written on 06/08/09 (Very useful, 371 readings)
Recently I've started using my slow cooker to make low fat curries which I can adapt to my decidedly wimpish taste for spices and also fit them in with my healthy eating plan. I skip the rice as it's simply too high in calories, however good it may be for me, so often buy the supermarket own brand Naan Breads to supplement my meal. This works out fractionally less calories than rice, but the fat content in some of them is amazingly high. Imagine my delight then when I saw that Weight Watchers have introduced a range of 'bready' products to their ever expanding catalogue of goodies. The item which caught my eye was the Garlic and Coriander Naan Breads, with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I bought these Naan breads from the pound shop a few months ago and I would never use anything else for my curry nights - they are utterly scrumptious. For a £1 (although other supermarkets may vary bearing in mind I only purchase mine from my local £1 shop) you get 4 individually wrapped Naan breads which I find great for freezing or storing. they are the mini ones, apox half the size of a full sized Naan that you'd purchase from the supermarked usually. They are jam packed with flavour and you honestly wouldnt know the difference between these and other full fat brands. I reccomend you wrap them in tin foil and generously sprinkle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I only brought these because I had a voucher for 50p off them and they were only 99p at the time in Morrisons so I thought they were worth a go even though I don't usualy like Naan bread that hasn't come from the curry house! I warmed it up in the oven for a minute and its more like a pitta bread than a naan bread because it fluffs up and goes into 2 layers that you can cut down the middle. I haven't tried using it for a pitta bread but I reckon the flavour would be good with chicken and salad. You can taste the garlic but it's not too strong and the coriander is good as well. The tastes go nice together and I thought they went good with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/10 (Useful, 30 readings)
I love love love curries. Not just a basic curry but all the trimmings - nann bread, onion bahjis the lot. Sadly this is not something most diets will allow. The funnyn thing is a homemade chicken curry doen't need to be high in fat, so when I found these I was so happy I wanted to dance down the aisle. These are not a full size nann bread, I would say they are roughly a quarter to half the size of the full fat ones, but thats ok because its better than nothing when your watching your weight. These are very tasty but dont be fooled, they are nowhere near as nice as the real thing. The are a lot drier and I found them a little bit chewy. ... Read the complete review
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