I recently popped in to the Marks & Spencer’s To Go and needed a loaf of bread. After lots of rummaging in the relevant section I could only find one that was suitable for my dietary needs. The ingredients list either had milk highlighted or had a comment not suitable for milk allergy sufferers due to the manufacturing process. I was only able to find one loaf of bread which was a white thick sliced loaf. This inspired me to post some reviews about the bread I am discovering to share with others. I recently popped into a Tesco’s Extra and found myself yet again in the bread aisle. I Fancied a part baked baguette as I love the smell of freshly cooked bread. I was personally surprised to discover that their own branded everyday value part baked baguettes were dairy free. So that was it I had give them a try.
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I popped them into the oven and cooked them as instructed. They produced a nice aroma in the kitchen which is always a bonus. They came out of the oven with a medium brown colour and looked fairly crusty texture on the top with the underneath being light and bouncy. I left them to cool as I fancied a nice ham baguette. Once they were only slightly warm I made my ham sandwich.
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The baguette was easy to cut into it had a nice crunchy texture which became light and fluffy inside was slightly bouncy to the bottom. I was suitably impressed. On biting into the baguette the same textures were apparent. The flavour was also spot on. This is a little hard to describe but it had the same flavour as other part baked baguettes that I have previously eaten. In fact I would have to say this is one of the nicest part baked baguettes I have tried. If I’m honest I was a little surprised by this. It just proves that you don’t have to pay a lot of money to enjoy a nice bread. So if you follow a dairy and or lactose free diet like me why not give these baguettes a try. So thank you Tesco’s for producing a nice good value for money baguette that I will definitely be buying again.