Morrisons Tiger Bread 800g on Offer @ 75p
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Morrisons Tiger Bread 800g on Offer @ 75p

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Found 20th FebMade hot 20th Feb
Morrisons Tiger Bread 800g on Offer @ 75p

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To be clear, this is completely vegetarian and contains no parts of any tiger.

My Friend Brought one of these Tiger Bread in 2012, It ate him

As flat as a pancake, they've never seen yeast!

Grrrrrrreat

Great if bought from an ex-Safeway store, as Morrisons continue to use the Safeway recipe. Awful if bought from an original Morrisons.

Shouldn't it be giraffe bread? Oh wait, it's not grown enough.

Can't beat a good tiger bread. Amazing flavour.

Tiger bread for only 75P

Are they lion cheetahs?

As a side note, if you buy this online from them it comes slightly underdone with a note to oven cook for 7 mins to finish it off. Smells and tastes amazing.

qwerta369

To be clear, this is completely vegetarian and contains no parts of any … To be clear, this is completely vegetarian and contains no parts of any tiger.



That's right it don't taste like Tiger Bread any more

Don't buy any of their ready to eat peppercorn beef slices!

A "Roaring" Deal
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Synkrox

As a side note, if you buy this online from them it comes slightly … As a side note, if you buy this online from them it comes slightly underdone with a note to oven cook for 7 mins to finish it off. Smells and tastes amazing.



That's interesting, as like most of their in-store baked supposed-to-be crusty bread, it often isn't crusty. By baking it again at home, you will have crusty bread but because its twice baked, (just like any part-baked or twice-baked bread you buy), it won't be very nice to eat the next day, so its best to eat it on the same day you re-bake it. For example, Lidl's bread/rolls are part-baked when delivered to the store and they re-bake instore. And you can buy pre-packed part-baked rolls etc. to re-bake at home e.g. Home Bargains do 2 baguettes/4 rolls part-baked for 39p while the same usually cost 45/50p a pack in other outlets.
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