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Tesco Value Naan Breads 6pk ****18p***** NATIONWIDE
Tesco Value Naan Breads 6pk ****18p***** NATIONWIDE

Tesco Value Naan Breads 6pk ****18p***** NATIONWIDE

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I dont know if i'm breaking the rules here but they are doing the above offer nationwide
is not a sale price but still a bargain

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Original Poster

anyone?

Yukky!!

rihanna08;5507933

anyone?



Never seen them but will look out for them:)

Funnily enough i saw them the other day instore but they looked really thin so i didn't buy them ,i bought more expensive ones:w00t:

They'll be 18p for a reason. Most 'value' and 'basics' crap is best avoided if you want to do the same with an early death.

Since Naan breads are an important addition to any indian meal, I'd rather have something that tastes better than these probably will personally.However, as a deal, or for maybe using as wraps for a chicken tandoori / tikka kebab, it's a good price.

Are these defintely naan breads and not pitta breads?

The Giant Peach;5513718

Are these defintely naan breads and not pitta breads?



Actually thats what i meant,pitta bread oops:oops: dunno if OP meant those or not:w00t:

Pokey;5510416

They'll be 18p for a reason. Most 'value' and 'basics' crap is best … They'll be 18p for a reason. Most 'value' and 'basics' crap is best avoided if you want to do the same with an early death.



I'd tend to agree with say sausages or the like, but how far wrong can they go with bread? Someone once told me a well known baked bean company made there value beans :thumbsup:

smart price baked beans are the bees knees

I reckon this is for pitta bread, not naan bread. There's a BIG difference :roll:

Banned

:thumbsup: voted hot

Pokey;5510416

They'll be 18p for a reason. Most 'value' and 'basics' crap is best … They'll be 18p for a reason. Most 'value' and 'basics' crap is best avoided if you want to do the same with an early death.



I had a fried naan from a resturant. It made me sick I would much prefer this.

LoubyLou74;5513842

I reckon this is for pitta bread, not naan bread. There's a BIG … I reckon this is for pitta bread, not naan bread. There's a BIG difference :roll:



Pitta's are nice warm, sliced and dipped in houmas, im getting hungry now ;-)

Respect youself - avoid buying Value Bread.

hqq;5515419

Respect youself - avoid buying Value Bread.



Quote of the day pmsl:thinking:

Good value, bought at 26p a couple of weeks back when missus was ill and could not do the chapati's. Easy to freeze and taste's same as branded ones (no, not Sainsbury's Premium at £1.09!!)

Legit deal, heat on.

Unless you're seriously skint then Tesco Value products are to be avoided. Totally vile stuff.

Oh come on.... why all the Value bashing?

I am not about to convert to value meat, but value veg are just knobbly versions of the premium stuff.

Value pasta tastes like... pasta. Same with value rice.

Bread has 3 primary ingredients.

If you have the extra cash to pay for well advertised and shinily packaged premium brands, go for it. But there is often an argument for buying the Value option. Just check the nutritional info, like you would on anything else.

Jack Bauer;5514273

Pitta's are nice warm, sliced and dipped in houmas, im getting hungry now … Pitta's are nice warm, sliced and dipped in houmas, im getting hungry now ;-)



I didn't say they weren't, I love pitta bread. However, that has nothing to do with the fact that I think this op is wrong about what this deal is.

....i wonder how many indian restaurants will buy these / clear out the tesco shelves etc and butter up / add a few herbs etrc and resell on at +/- £2 a pop in these hard recessionary times ????

Cheney!;5517383

....i wonder how many indian restaurants will buy these / clear out the … ....i wonder how many indian restaurants will buy these / clear out the tesco shelves etc and butter up / add a few herbs etrc and resell on at +/- £2 a pop in these hard recessionary times ????



Any good Indian restaurant should be making their own naan bread. I think customers would have a few words to say if one of these turned up on their plates instead!

These make quite nice bases for homemade pizzas for kids.

I have bought value pitta breads at 19p from Tesco for some time now. They are no different from the standard labelled pittas, and do represent good value.

I disagree that MOST value lines are poor quality. Many of them are identical to the full price version as they are probably made on the same factory line with a different wrapper at the end. Thus Tesco can sell the value line to the savvy, and the full price to those who like to be ripped off.

[QUOTE=spock1958;5517903]I have bought value pitta breads at 19p from Tesco for some time now. They are no different from the standard labelled pittas, and do represent good value.



I disagree,as i say only the other day i looked at them and compared them to more expensive ones and these were REALLY thin thats why i opted to pay a bit more,i don't know how you can possibly say they are no different when they are obviously a LOT thinner.

Taksim_Red;5517733

Any good Indian restaurant should be making their own naan bread. I think … Any good Indian restaurant should be making their own naan bread. I think customers would have a few words to say if one of these turned up on their plates instead!



...aahh but how many punters cud / wud tell the difference ? esp if said establishments served up these to 1 off / new customers - and esp those pis**d up on a fri/sat night after 1 2 many lagerossis etc - rather than discerning regulars who 'know' the restaurant's own naan bread / taste / quality etc ? food 4 thought eh ? ( no pun intended )

Cheney!;5518241

...aahh but how many punters cud / wud tell the difference ? esp if said … ...aahh but how many punters cud / wud tell the difference ? esp if said establishments served up these to 1 off / new customers - and esp those pis**d up on a fri/sat night after 1 2 many lagerossis etc - rather than discerning regulars who 'know' the restaurant's own naan bread / taste / quality etc ? food 4 thought eh ? ( no pun intended )



I would tell the difference myself. Naan breads from good Indian restaurants are better than even the branded ones from supermarkets. They're a lot thicker and fluffier and often larger too.

I agree you could probably get away with serving a supermarket one to drunken customers though but it also depends on how much it costs the restaurant to make them themselves in the first place.

Can someone confirm whether these are pitta or naan bread please???? :?

Taksim_Red;5521534

I would tell the difference myself. Naan breads from good Indian … I would tell the difference myself. Naan breads from good Indian restaurants are better than even the branded ones from supermarkets. They're a lot thicker and fluffier and often larger too.I agree you could probably get away with serving a supermarket one to drunken customers though but it also depends on how much it costs the restaurant to make them themselves in the first place.



...from experience...much more than this price...however...reading again it looks like op got it all wrong and that these are actually pitta breads ( ie wot nasty donner kebabs come in ) which pricewise makes more sense...so...my comms are now null and void lol !

...real naan ( restaurant ) is made via a tandoor ( hot hollow clay charcoal oven ) via a specialist chef throwing the round dough to the inner wall of said oven, then picking out by hand once cooked...said chef has burnt arms as par for the course...i know...have seen it done personally and said chef's burnt arms lol !...this is all making me hungry wanting a curry with naan and rice right now...with a pint of Kingfisher too lol !!
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