Go soft too soon
Last few times we had these they were soft over two weeks before use by date. The birds don't mind but we do.
we microwaved one and it wasn't very nice, but we
we microwaved one and it wasn't very nice, but we shallowfried the others, holding them under the oil and flattening them out and they were fantastic but you do need to do the work!
I bought these by accident and was a bit sceptical. However, I loved them, the texture was just like those from an Indian restaurant but without the greasy flavour. Really nice with Indian condiments.
These are best cooked in large shallow frying pan, I know they supposed to be low fat and the ingredients are lower than the none fat one’s, but they are amazing. Make sure the oil is very hot and pop them in using a tongs, they blow up huge and are delicious
Misleading Sticker - Low Fat = Low Taste
Possibly one of the most awful things I've ever tasted. Taste like uncooked flour . The Low Fat is a con. Its 0.9gms per 100gms . A Pataks normal poppadom has 1.5g per 100gms so hardly a deal breaker and these low fat ones have an extra gram of salt so they could add "higher salt" to the label. I bought 3 packets because of the Tesco offer but can't be bothered to take the others back for £2.
Total 50/50 split
I think they are salty and odd and disgusting but my husband thinks they are amazing and he loves pops so we are really divided.
Best poppadoms in tesco
cook them in oil and it tastes just like the ones at the takeaway, yummy