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Lajkonik Paluszki Crisps 300G Half Price (instore & online) 46p @ Tesco

£0.46 @ Tesco
Perfect crisps for party, ideal with beer. Ingredients Wheat Flour, Salt, Vegetable Fat, Yeast, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Hydroxide, Raising Agent: Ammonium Hydrogen Carbonate. Allergies Inf… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Perfect crisps for party, ideal with beer.

Ingredients
Wheat Flour, Salt, Vegetable Fat, Yeast, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Hydroxide, Raising Agent: Ammonium Hydrogen Carbonate.
Allergies Information
Contains Wheat Flour
May contain Sesame Seeds
Nutrition
Nutrient per 100g
Energy kCal 390kCal
Energy kJ 1,633kJ
Protein 10.6g
Carbohydrate 78.1g
Fat 4.0g
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#1
They're pretzels, not crisps
#2
Yes mate, I know, but I left original Tesco description. Paluszki are something like pretzels fingers.
#3
These ones are really tasty! Great price for family pack :)
/ Najlepsze paluszki prosto z Mongolii! Nie dosc ze je piekli to jeszcze tu je spieczą :)
1 Like #4
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?
#5
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?
Sure, no problem Here you have details about Lajkonik - unofficial symbols of the city of Kraków, Poland. Great City!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lajkonik
#6
http://www.apetitos.es/img/piwo.jpg
#7
Are these really salty like the hungarian equivalent?
3 Likes #8
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


good grief, he provided a translation. maybe you could have added something useful to the discussion instead of whining. not very carefree of you at all.

These things are great with beer, heat added.
1 Like #9
I'll have to give these a go. Let's hope the Poles are as good with their snacks as they are with their beer.
1 Like #11
I freekin love these - they are also very good for you apart from the salt and carbohydrates but the air around them is good.
#12
my daughters favorite - hot
1 Like #13
Acidity Regulator: Sodium Hydroxide, Ammonium Hydrogen Carbonate.....mmmm lovely.

Perfect with a lager. After all, all lager is disgusting ****. Eat these to take away the taste of the lager. Or drink lager to take away the taste of these pretzels.
#14
smartdave
Acidity Regulator: Sodium Hydroxide, Ammonium Hydrogen Carbonate.....mmmm lovely.

Perfect with a lager. After all, all lager is disgusting ****. Eat these to take away the taste of the lager. Or drink lager to take away the taste of these pretzels.
First part of your comment is quite funny, but the second part.... you can take this part away with your gustatory anaesthesia. You didn't try so dont post comment just to make you feel like a SmartDave... You can find these pretzels for the kids without " Acidity Regulator: Sodium Hydroxide, Ammonium Hydrogen Carbonate" Maybe these will be more suitable for you :)
#15
I recommend them very much. Certainly they are less salted than peanuts. I think that they are perfect for the child party and to the beer. So everybody will be happy :).
Smartdave how taste beer with peanuts for you? For me, when I'm eating pretzels every sip of the beer test much stronger.
#16
super extra, hot for me
banned 1 Like #17
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


**** off to the Daily Mail or BNP website you ****. He provided a translation as a courtesy, and is entitled to post in whatever language he likes. Stupid pricks like you are the reason that the British are universally despised abroad.

As for the product, heat from me. Great with beer. If you've ever been in a bar in the US which has had pretzel sticks for free at the bar, these are the same thing. Very addictive.

Edited By: himynameisbert on Apr 30, 2011 16:28
1 Like #18
himynameisbert
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


**** off to the Daily Mail or BNP website you ****. He provided a translation as a courtesy, and is entitled to post in whatever language he likes. Stupid pricks like you are the reason that the British are universally despised abroad.

As for the product, heat from me. Great with beer. If you've ever been in a bar in the US which has had pretzel sticks for free at the bar, these are the same thing. Very addictive.



Except these haven't had some fat,sweaty American's paw in them.
#19
these are widely available almost every where around the world (made by different companies obviously).it surprises me why they are rare in the UK.
they care great snacks.salty straw like biscuits.thats what they are.
they taste very good and yeah go very well with beer.
I've spot them in home bargain before (again different brand) and many international stores.give them a try you will like them.
#20
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


At least he said please! But I bet there was a red white and blue vein pulsing in his temple as he bashed the keys.
#21
As a Pole :)))) I love them, also a Junior version for the kids mmmm....
Heat added

Edited By: cherry_1306 on Apr 30, 2011 20:37
1 Like #22
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


spadaj
1 Like #23
tommay
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?

spadaj

Popieram ;)

Just bought 4 packs - they are still on the shelf!
#24
I must say, I've had these before (at Asda for about 90 odd pence)
and they are a truly Legendarny Smak.
#25
These pretzel sticks are so tasty! Especially when dunked in Nutella...
#26
tommay
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?

spadaj
No need for that, this is english site so therefore we should all be able to understand each other. Not everybody speaks polish so please stop being rude.
banned#27
cherry_1306
tommay
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


spadaj

No need for that, this is english site so therefore we should all be able to understand each other. Not everybody speaks polish so please stop being rude.


Another **** that thinks saying 'please' means you aren't being rude. This deal is for a Polish product, and you have a problem with people speaking Polish in the comments? Think about how stupid you are being. You're probably the sort of tabloid-reading **** that calls British people who move to other countries "ex-pats", while everyone who comes here is an immigrant. **** off you intolerant ****, people can speak whatever language they like.
#28
himynameisbert
cherry_1306
tommay
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?

spadaj
No need for that, this is english site so therefore we should all be able to understand each other. Not everybody speaks polish so please stop being rude.

Another **** that thinks saying 'please' means you aren't being rude. This deal is for a Polish product, and you have a problem with people speaking Polish in the comments? Think about how stupid you are being. You're probably the sort of tabloid-reading **** that calls British people who move to other countries "ex-pats", while everyone who comes here is an immigrant. **** off you intolerant ****, people can speak whatever language they like.
I was accually refering to the ''spadaj'' which is quite rude if you know what it means...
banned#29
cherry_1306

I was accually refering to the ''spadaj'' which is quite rude if you know what it means...


Yes, I know what it means, and in my opinion it was perfectly justified. Real rudeness is trying to insist that people speak English, not any abrasive response to such a request.
3 Likes #30
As a "Pole" I have to say that "spadaj" wasn't the rudest word that could have been used as a reply to that unreasonable request. I noticed that many of my British work colleagues are going to Poland for a holiday yet they don't even try to learn basic words except "nice ass" or "let's go upstairs", they just except to be understood - wherever they go they are expecting others to speak English but when someone puts few words in another language (even with translation) he gets a boIIocking? More tolerance guys...


Edited By: Paq on May 01, 2011 23:34
#31
cherry_1306
tommay
carefreeblue
Can we have english language on hot UK deals please ?


spadaj

No need for that, this is english site so therefore we should all be able to understand each other. Not everybody speaks polish so please stop being rude.


funny how you dig me out for being rude but you have no problem with the " **** off to the Daily Mail or BNP website you ****. " in the post above mine which seems much more aggressive.

must be because i wrote in Polish. xenophobia is a bitch.

i think Paq sums it up nicely anyway.

great deal, i hope i find them when i go to my local tesco. some cheap plasie mleczko or pierniczki would be nice next please mr t :)

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