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Posted 15 July 2023

Cofresh Vegetarian Punjabi Samosas 10S 500G Clubcard Price

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Product Description
  • A Punjabi style starter made from a blend of spices and vegetables filled into a crispy pastry.

  • Chilli rating - 1
  • 10 Pieces Oven Bake
  • Cook straight from frozen
  • Suitable for Oven
  • Suitable for Vegetarians

  • Pack size: 500G

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Samosa Filling: (Potatoes (40%), Green Peas (7%), Vegetable Oil (Palm), Green Chilli, Garlic, Salt, Ginger, Black Salt, Fennel, Mustard Seeds, Ground Coriander, Curry Leaves, Turmeric, Coriander Seeds, Cumin Seeds, Cloves, Cinnamon), Pastry (Wheat Flour (30%), Vegetable Fat, Ajwain, Salt), Pastry: (Wheat Flour (30%), Water, Vegetable Fat (Ghee), Ajwain, Salt)

Allergy Information
This product has been made in a factory that uses Nut and Sesame ingredients For allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see ingredients in bold.

Nutritional Information

Cooking Instructions:

Remove from packaging prior to cooking. For best results cook from frozen. Cooking times may vary according to appliances. Always ensure food is piping hot before serving.

Oven cook
Preheat the oven to 230°C. Place the samosas on a tray and then into the oven. Heat the samosas for approximately 15mins, turning each piece occasionally, to make sure they are thoroughly heated through and crispy.

Stir Fry
Preheat frier to 180°C / 356°F. Remove all outer packaging. Fry for 4-6 minutes or until thoroughly cooked. Drain & serve with chutney.

Keep frozen. Best Before See Back. Use within 1 week

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  1. SaturdayGigs's avatar
    These are delicious
  2. rbjim's avatar
    Good in the air fryer.
  3. bil.hussain's avatar
    The weight is getting smaller and smaller !
    deleted2936900's avatar
    If only we could say the same ehh!
  4. adamnsu's avatar
    These are amazing. They stopped selling it at Asda and started selling more expensive samosas
    snehaG's avatar
    I agree. These are actually v tasty and the closest I've eaten to the original ones
  5. alexf's avatar
    these are great, I find they need a bit of Raita on the side though! tesco.com/gro…118
  6. Bitman's avatar
    Definitely the best of the supermarket samosas. The only better ones are the Indian imports you find in Asian shops
  7. bil.hussain's avatar
    I remember they were 150g.

    Now they are 60g.
    deleted2936900's avatar
    I don't want to upset you further but they're actually only 50g each now
  8. jonnyholywoodni's avatar
    I've never seen these in any Tesco here in NI I wonder are they only sold in England?
  9. BenzBoy's avatar
    The second best, only bettered by the far more expensive Haldiram's from Asian stores!
    I was gutted when Cofresh samosas disappeared from ASDA and other stores a few years ago.
    Last week, I had to travel all the way to Slough to get this because my local Tesco Extra had empty shelves! I was pleasantly surprised to see the Clubcard discount because it made shrinkflation a little less painful. (edited)
  10. Nav_A20's avatar
    Prefer meat samosas.
    Neostar's avatar
    Same but I like the pastry on these
  11. StarSpangledFan's avatar
    Does anyone know if these are made from Organic Vegetarians, or are they intensively farmed?
    deleted2936900's avatar
    I'm fairly sure no vegetarians were used as a filling!
  12. rbjim's avatar
    Tesco also does their frozen garlic naan breads. They are pretty good too and fit in an air fryer
    SaturdayGigs's avatar
    Thanks for the tip, will give a try.
  13. Bil.27's avatar
    None available near me (edited)
  14. adamnsu's avatar
    Sainbury has a different brand and smaller punjabi samosas which used to be great but are now awful tasting
  15. Neostar's avatar
    They need to make meat ones
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