A new range of naans and ready-to-eat pappadums will join Patak’s product offering, allowing consumers to now have the restaurant favourites at home.

Patak’s Naans come in three flavours, including plain – which is flavoured with nigella seeds – Peshwari-inspired sultana and coconut, and garlic and coriander.

The light and crunchy pappadums are made from lentils, and are vegetarian friendly. Along with the naans, both products an be enjoyed to complement a main meal or on its own as a snack.

The new products have no artificial colours or flavours and are now part of Patak’s existing range of Indian products including spice pastes, curry sauces and chutney.

The Patak’s naan range (RRP $3.50) is available in Woolworths and all good independent stores. See retailer for flavour range. Ready-to-eat pappadums (RRP $4.00) are available in Coles, Woolworths and all good independent stores.


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