Friday, 7 September 2012

WARBURTONS BAKED NAAN CHIPS REVIEW




Oh my, these new Warburtons Baked Naan chips are dangerous, I was sent some to review and made the mistake of opening the bag as soon as it arrived.




Getting a grip on my love of them, I hid them away to try (begrudgingly) with the family, a few dips, a dvd of Stand By Me and we were set.

The Fiery Madras was deemed, amongst crunches as fantastic, the whole family voted these the best.
I love the idea of a spicy hot chip, though for the weaklings in the family the sour cream cooled it down.

The Classic Tikka is a medium flavour so no need for the sour  cream, but is lovely with a tomato salsa nd the Creamy Korma does actually give a creamy taste.

Warburtons have achieved a great Indian snack with a difference 



When we think of India we picture the Taj Mahal, beautiful Bollywood dancing, and noisy bartering at lively bazaars – but now you can experience a taste of India in a delicious, crunchy bite with new Baked Naan Chips from Britain’s favourite baker, Warburtons.


Made from a unique naan bread recipe, the snacks are inspired by iconic British-Indian dishes and come in three great flavours -Creamy Korma (mild), Classic Tikka (medium) and Fiery Madras (hot), to suit the tastes of all your friends and family.

Available in big sharing bags (150g), not only do these Indian treats taste delicious, but they’re also guilt-free, as the whole range is baked not fried, with 33% less fat compared to standard potato crisps[2], and containing no artificial ingredients.

If you’re looking to spice things up, swap your poppadoms for a sharing bag of Baked Naan Chips which are the perfect accompaniment to a curry, or great just to dip and crunch your way through with your family and friends..Classic Tikka and Fiery Madras Baked Naan Chips are now available in Morrisons stores across the UK, and Classic Tikka is also available in all Booths stores - RSP £1.79.

Warburtons has also recently launched a range of Naan Breads; plain and garlic. The Naan Breads are available at Asda, Morrisons and Tesco with the Garlic variant also available at Sainsbury’s.  (Plain RSP £1.19, Garlic RSP £1.29)

For further information, visit:

www.warburtonssnacks.co.uk

 Disclosure I was given  free products (Three packets of Warburtons Baked Naan Chips). I was under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.

13 comments:

  1. These are really good I agree. I like that its versatile with different kinds of dip and lower in fat than normal chips, I mean crips.

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    1. They are very good and a little more healthy means you can still snack.

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  2. Must give them ago. 33% less fat is v. good.

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    1. It is good. High time snacks were more healthy! Thanks

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  3. My other half would love the fiery hot naan chips (must say I'm quite intrigued as well!)

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  4. Will have to give these a go they sound lovely

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  5. These sound very yummy. As they are healthier, do you think i can get away with eating a lot more than my fair share? lol. xx

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  6. I just bought some of these yesterday and am planning to have them later when my parents come round! My dad has a few jobs he is going to do for me whilst me and my mum have a nice chat and family game with the kids!

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  7. My mother loves these !!! X Jane Davies

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  8. Hmmm, not sure about that... Why not to just have some poppadums? I really need to give it a try to convince myself they really good :)

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  9. Jesus Christ I can't believe there is a conversation about these I googled it for a laugh!

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    1. Haha as much as us having a conversation is unbelievablefor you, for me so too is you googling chips for a laugh. Watch a great comedy, as unbelievable too.

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