were sent a selection of these to review.
Just take a gander at the lovely assortment!
must admit to being slightly concerned to see Fiery Madras in there, one of the
new Baked Nann Chips flavours. I did in
the end have to give these away to a work colleague… I can brave holding a
millipede but eating a curry that hot is out of my comfort zone! Although I did nibble on the Classic Tikka
and survived (even enjoyed) the experience, possibly I should have taken
charge, stopped being a wimp and just ate the hot ones myself!
my volunteer tester confirmed they were great, he did not elaborate further but
he is not airy fairy like me he sticks to the point, so if he says they were
great, I am assured they were. If you
like spicy flavours they should be right up your street.
and I love Korma and it is all we ever eat from an Indian, we never waver, so
the Korma flavour needed to be quite impressive to compete with that! But thankfully they were very delicious with
a nice really creamy taste. These would
be a suitable alternative to popadoms (as long as I have mango chutney I always
need a side of that!). They also had a
lovely smell and a great crunch.
are available with an RSP of £1.79 from Morrisons.
were also sent two of the Baked Pitta Chips varieties, Sea Salt and Cracked
Pepper and Sour Cream and Chive. What
surprised me the most was the reaction of the cat; I found it eating the Sour
Cream and Chive crumbs left by the boys, happily crunching away!!! So Warbutons are the snack of choice for
felines – its official…
thought the Sea Salt had a sweeter taste than a crisp and felt less greasy, he
offered them out to two nurses (am wondering if I should be concerned he is
sharing food snacks with ladies in uniform!) who said they were different but
in a good way!
less fat than crisps they will also be very popular with those trying to slim
down. But remember everyone it’s the
school holidays so calories don’t count now, its called survival.
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