THE best supermarket naan, bar none!
It's rare to get a good naan bread from anywhere but a proper Indian restaurant, but this is a really good one. Don't even bother with the famous name brands unless you like eating cardboard!
Microwave the plain version instead.
Well they are bready, first one in the oven was dry as a bone, the second went in the microwave. What ever it is, it certainly isn't peshwari. Just buy the plain version and don't disappoint yourself.
Terrible. Not quite sure why this is labelled as Peshwari as it's completely bland and tasteless.
Tesco really need to improve the recipe needs more
Tesco really need to improve the recipe needs more substance in the the middle coconut etc try a restaurant one and compare the 2 be nice if they could get that light bubble bread too
These are not good. The filling is almost non existent. Won’t buy again.
Poor quality, avoid.
This product has lowered in quality, It was dry, over-baked, hardly any fruit or coconut, very bland.
I was disappointed in this Naan bread. It remained rather stodgy and hard even after being heated. It had very little flavour. There were no sultanas in either of the breads and I had no taste of coconut. This is supposed to a sweet bread to accompany an Indian dish but did not live up to expectations and I will not purchase again.
Not very good!
These naan breads are not good value for money, as others have mentioned, they hardly contain any coconut. They also are often broken up on delivery.
I have no idea how this can be described as a pesh
I have no idea how this can be described as a peshwari naan. It seems to be devoid of coconut and raisins.
Will not buy again.
I think the recipe must have changed. No coconut flavour. About six currants. Will not buy again.