Indian chef introduces baked naan chips
THE UK’s biggest baker and second largest grocery brand has introduced a new range of Indian-flavoured Baked Naan Chips.
Indian chef Monisha Baradwaj helped launch Warburtons “Baked Naan Chips” late last month at a cooking demonstration in west London.
Made from a naan bread recipe and inspired by iconic British-Indian dishes, the Baked Naan Chips are available in 150g bags and come in three flavours - Creamy Korma, Classic Tikka and Fiery Madras, representing mild, medium and hot to suit a range of tastes.
Along with the Baked Pitta Chips, the Naan Chips have 33 per cent less fat compared to standard potato crisps.
Warburtons also recently launched their own variety of Naan Breads.
The new range of naan chips will be available to buy from Morrisons and Booths supermarkets.
For more information go to www.warburtonssnacks.co.uk
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