Naanster wraps are a great way to enjoy curry on the go. I was a little dubious to begin with as I wasn’t sure this would work or not.

Naanster wraps just need popping into a microwave for 90 seconds, leave for a minute then enjoy. You don’t even need a plate you can use the cardboard sleeve as a holder.

Naanster

We were sent the full range :-

Chicken Tikka,

Beef Madras

Vegetable Tikka and

Balti Chicken

I followed the directions, still not really believing they would actually taste any good. The minute I had to wait seemed like an age as the smell was filling the kitchen. It smelt lovely.

Chicken Tikka Naanster

The following few minutes I couldn’t begin to describe my thoughts, it was so yummy, I was worried the wrap would be soggy but it wasn’t, the rice had a nice bite to it and even with the mango chutney in it wasn’t sweet at all. It was fairly mild in heat flavouring,

Chicken Tikka Naanster

I was worried that it might be a bit over powering but the people at Naanster really have got the balance of all the flavours just perfectly. I really enjoyed then Naanster Wraps and will buying them again myself.

On the back of the packet it gives you all the nutritional information alongside the cooking instructions.

Back of the Naanster packs

It does state that the product has been previously frozen so if you’re buying it fresh make sure you don’t re-freeze it. I’m not sure if they available to buy as frozen products, but this would be great so you can keep them in the freezer for a fast easy snack.

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Disclosure:- I have received Naanster Wraps FOC to review but all opinions are my own honest opinions.

 

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  1. Tommy says:

    These are really good and not too bad nutritionally, but they’re hard to find. I’d like to see them sold in football grounds and more supermarkets.

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