good Indian stuff
These are very good,there are some on order,and to the nay-sayers and critics here,I will say that there is an extensive range of spices available at Tesco for very little money that can provide any required enhancement to anything in the Indian flavour range,and so that renders any criticism invalid. Tesco do great work in providing a huge range of goods of all descriptions at keen prices,and I,for one,would like to see something of gratitude and appreciation for what is,all taken with all,a really good show in all directions.
avoid disappointment by not buying
absolutely horrible. the disc things (both kinds) have no flavour, to the extent that i was wondering whether i had covid! i couldn't even enjoy them for the texture as there was a defect in one that made me spit it out. the samosas are at least edible, but also a disappointment as indian snacks are supposed to be delicious. i bought these for election night and with any luck they will be the only disaster, please take them off the market
Best fresh sides for a curry I've ever had. Easily
Now this, is probably the easiest 5/5 I've given. I've tried Onion Bhajis from takeaways and restaurants and they were awful, plus I only found ONE place in my area that does vegetable pakoras. Long story short, this selection, in the oven, along with Madras and a Garlic Naan, is SOuch better than a takeaway. I guarantee it!
Yes good quality.
Yes good quality.
All a bit samey
The overall taste was good but each of the items tasted the same, the pakora wasn't much different to the Bhaji in taste only in texture and the Samosa didn't have any kick of heat from chilli as you would expect them to have. Decent enough but needs work
Close to zero taste, and somehow very dry even with minimal oven time. Most of them went in the bin, which almost never happens.
Cardboard has more flavour
I feel compelled to write this review; I think it’s my first here. The consistency of these bites was fine, but it must take effort and dedication to create something totally devoid of flavour as this. What’s the point? Add some spices and embrace what “Indian” food is all about. There’s some good stuff in the rest of the range but this is appalling, please get in touch with the manufacturers and tell them to add some cumin, chilli, onion and garlic at the very least.
Great Indian Snacks
These are really good. A year a little oily
Party and midweek pleaser
Not much filling, if cooked to instructions the pastry is crisp, bhajis are full and tasty, they offer good value for money but the quantity of the filling could improve. Tesco any chance of gluten free option.
Horrible thrown in the bin