Sharwoods Peshwari Naans £0.29!!! @ Home Bargains
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Sharwoods Peshwari Naans £0.29!!! @ Home Bargains

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Found 24th Aug 2014
Bargain! £1.50 at Asda, £1.79 at Tesco and Morrisons! Tastes delicious aswell! Found info at MySupermarket.
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oh wow my brother loves peshwarI naan... but I make them at home!
snowflake75

oh wow my brother loves peshwarI naan... but I make them at home!



How do you cook it without the tandoor? Do you use the oven?
use the grill or a thava ( cast iron skillet/ griddle)
snowflake75

use the grill or a thava ( cast iron skillet/ griddle)



Thanks
I got the plain ones. Expires Oct 14
yum
Was wondering why my whole street went quite!
What is the difference between the peshawari naan and plain naan?
pinkpanther123

What is the difference between the peshawari naan and plain naan?



Peshawar has like sultanas and coconut in it.
FlouryBread

Peshawar has like sultanas and coconut in it.



And spices to make it a sweet bread that perfectly acompanies a dish.
willyzippy89

Was wondering why my whole street went quite!



Is it because your 'willy' never stayed under its 'zippy' ;-)
It's not for everyone though. For me it doesn't go with a curry or any dish. It's sweet with sultanas
hsnali

It's not for everyone though. For me it doesn't go with a curry or any … It's not for everyone though. For me it doesn't go with a curry or any dish. It's sweet with sultanas

Sounds gross to me as well.

Do Indians even eat this or is it a marketing gimmick?
This_Is_My_Username

How do you cook it without the tandoor? Do you use the oven?

As the other reply I use the grill. Put it on high and get a baking tray, the thicker the better, and turn it upside down and get it scalding under the grill. Throw your naan on that and keep your eye on it as it puffs and blackens and give it a turn. You'll have to work out when to take it out as if you leave it too long then they go stiff because you've cooked the moisture out. I've got a fairly long baking tray and put it in longways so the back is always out and I can use it as a handle.

A cheap and cheerful way of making garlic naan is as soon as it comes out then throw on a bit of butter, sprinkle some garlic powder onto the butter and spread it around with the back of a spoon. It's so much better than you'd think and just as good as making up garlic butter for real.
Love peshwaris. Heat on the pan add ghee (or oil).
Duelling Duck

As the other reply I use the grill. Put it on high and get a baking … As the other reply I use the grill. Put it on high and get a baking tray, the thicker the better, and turn it upside down and get it scalding under the grill. Throw your naan on that and keep your eye on it as it puffs and blackens and give it a turn. You'll have to work out when to take it out as if you leave it too long then they go stiff because you've cooked the moisture out. I've got a fairly long baking tray and put it in longways so the back is always out and I can use it as a handle.A cheap and cheerful way of making garlic naan is as soon as it comes out then throw on a bit of butter, sprinkle some garlic powder onto the butter and spread it around with the back of a spoon. It's so much better than you'd think and just as good as making up garlic butter for real.



Nice tip, will try garlic butter!
These are rotten now, all varieties, with the "new recipe".

All it means is that they now use cheaper ingredients and fill them with artificial preservatives - used to buy these because they didn't have any artificials, not now - they taste shi-te.
My store also had 8 Red chilli and Cumin poppadoms also at £0.29p.
Gollywood

Sounds gross to me as well.Do Indians even eat this or is it a marketing … Sounds gross to me as well.Do Indians even eat this or is it a marketing gimmick?

This_Is_My_Username


I just eat it on its own as a snack
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