Not very good, I'll stick to making them from scra
Not very good, I'll stick to making them from scratch. Tried these a few times (following the instructions) very convenient but don't come close to the real thing.
Tastiest and close to authentic roti in UK
Undoubtedly the tastiest. I am not sure about use of palm oil and sugar as mentioned by some reviews
Soft and tasty
Soft and tasty
Palm oil in ingredients!
Palm oil ! No!
Good to have as back up
Good to have as a back up, when can't make fresh if really busy or poorly. Tasted fine
Wholemeal corrupted--zero rated
Utter rubbish. Loaded with chemicals and for God's sake, sugar!!!!??? Why is it that a wholemeal pitta is fresher and far less additives? Because these subcontinent background businessmen have little respect for tradition, unlike say the Italians (imagine pasta with chemicals and sugar!) or even the Lebanese (bless them!). Wouldn't touch these with a 10 foot arm.
Shoild be listed with other Chappati
Have a genuine homemade quality, they freeze well. In Tesco search lists they ought also to come in the chapatti range - none of which are as good. I found these by chance. Roti is the collective noun for several flat breads of which chapatti is one. At a guess not all customers speak sub continental languages and may not know how to find this product. Sort it please Tesco.
Delicious heated in oven with butter, I much prefer bread with curry than rice
brilliant heated in a heavy base frying pan with no fat or water, just brown each side till it puffs up and it's ready, yum.
can be on the dry and thin side but not bad for
can be on the dry and thin side but not bad for the price