Tesco Whole Foods Chickpeas Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Peas
Newest Review: ... are ideal for bulking up most meals since they have the great ability to absorb all the flavours of their surrounding food. ... more
by - written on 25/11/13 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Being a great source of fibre, protein and carbohydrates as well as one of your five a day we eat chickpeas on average once a week. Being tinned this variety can go straight onto your salad, stew or dip straight away after you drain and rinse them in cold water under your kitchen tap in a sieve for a few minutes. As seen in the photo they are also extremely good if you are on a Low Gi diet and are trying to find alternatives to eat if you are suffering from Irritable bowel syndrome or looking for more vegetarian alternatives to lead a healthier lifestyle. While cooking with specific weights you maybe need to keep an eye on the contents of the tin as although ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I used to live in a student house where we cooked for each other each night to help our budget go further. 2 of the girls in the house were vegetarian so we all followed this diet, and for the first time in my life I came across lots of different protein sources such as lentils and various other types of pulses. Before this, the most exciting pulse I had come across was a baked bean, so this was a culinary revelation. Nowadays, I mostly buy my pulses in packets, choosing to soak them myself and cook them before serving to my family. Sometimes though, if I have forgotten to soak what I need the night before, I will pick up some canned pulses. One of my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I really love chickpeas. Well in general I am a vegetable and pulses fan but I'm absolutely mad for chickpeas! I can't eat them plain though and I love to add them to foods such as stews, casseroles and curries and my favourite being chicken and chickpea curry I make myself. Picking up a curry sauce mix the other day I rushed over before I forgot and grabbed a can of these chickpeas. The Packaging: 400g can and the label is a chickpea photograph. On the front of that and on a white block of colour I am told they are Tesco 'Whole Foods' Chickpeas in water and that they are a source of fibre 'which may help maintain a healthy digestive system' and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10, updated on 26/06/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
I gave up meat for Lent this year and had to seek out other sources of protein - I knew that chickpeas were very high in protein, and so sought out different recipes to cook them in. I tried Waitrose Essential's chickpeas, and these Tesco Whole Foods chickpeas. One thing that I noticed immediately was that they are much cheaper than even Tesco Value chicken pieces - at only 45p a can, and with (at least) 2 servings per each can, chickpeas are an incredibly cheap protein alternative with which you can serve your family. I say there are 'at least' 2 servings per each can, as these chickpeas are incredibly versatile - they are amenable to the addition of ... Read the complete review
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