We were sent three types of Warburtons Baked Naan Chips to review, Creamy Korma (mild), Classic Tikka (medium) and Fiery Madras (hot). We were also sent a pack of the Original BBQ Pitta Chips.
I didn’t try the Fiery Madras as I have gallstones and spicy food aggravates it so my fiancé had them. He said they were nice but wasn’t as spicy as he wanted. I think that was the case for all three flavours unfortunately. The varieties I tried were nice but I really wanted them to have more flavour. I feel that Warburtons were being too careful when making these. More flavour would be great. You only get a hint of flavour which is slightly disappointing. Maybe I am too used to flavoursome things but my fiancé thought the same.
A bit about Warburtons Baked Naan Chips:
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.
They come in 150g bags and have a RSP of £1.79.
The BBQ variety went down well with guests that we had at the time. I tried one and I liked them too. My favourite was the Creamy Korma. I love Korma. I think this is the variety that I will buy again.