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Tesco's Garlic & Coriander Nan Bread BOGOF 69p
Tesco's Garlic & Coriander Nan Bread BOGOF 69p

Tesco's Garlic & Coriander Nan Bread BOGOF 69p

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Pack contains two nans and it is BOGOF so you get 4 nans (2 packs) in 69 pence.
Perfect with curry!

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These will also freeze, so you can stock up on them. Bought the plain nan's on Saturday on the same deal.
Voted hot, just like the curry I had them with.

can't sleep and this is making me hungry lol

Did you see the promotional shelf price ticket for these? It's the most bizarre offer ever.

It's something like Mr Kipling cake slices, Soreen Malt Loaf, Lyons Treacle Tarts, and Nann Breads, all coupled together in the same BOGOF offer. It just looked wrong.

supermarket nan no comaparison to fresh from a tandoor oven
but decent price

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Yes there was Buy 1 Get 1 Free clearly on the shelf (in yellow color). Both for Plain Nan for 78p and Garlic and Coriander ones. There were lot of them in Beckton for sure.

Fresh Nan is ofcourse better but not available all the time so this is cheap alternate. Put them in oven for two minute and comes out as good as fresh. You can also put them in the toaster or heat them on a pan.

These are a great buy! My kids love them! Also, they make a great (if unusual) pizza-base. Good find - voted hot!

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mattmerch;4326796

supermarket nan no comaparison to fresh from a tandoor oven but decent … supermarket nan no comaparison to fresh from a tandoor oven but decent price



This is true. However I`m not sure many of us have Tandori ovens in our kitchens

i put them in the freezer nice deal! heat added.

this is an excellent deal can't wait to get some and have them with a nice curry

adambaz;4326752

Did you see the promotional shelf price ticket for these? It's the most … Did you see the promotional shelf price ticket for these? It's the most bizarre offer ever.It's something like Mr Kipling cake slices, Soreen Malt Loaf, Lyons Treacle Tarts, and Nann Breads, all coupled together in the same BOGOF offer. It just looked wrong.



Yeah I noticed that too and thought it was really strange! lol :-D I asked the person who was stacking the shelves next to it, and they said it's because they wanted to make their BOGOFs mix'n'match so that customers didn't have to buy 2 boxes of Mr Kipling slices for instance that they might have to bin. Whatever it is, it's a good offer, usually have a curry thing out our local butchers on a friday, so they'll be perfect with that !
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