Thursday, 9 June 2011

REVIEW + COMPETITION: Aleyna 'Sun Kissed' Range

I was delighted to review some of the new Aleyna 'Sun Kissed' range to review. This is what I thought...


Aleyna Sun Kissed Tomatoes
I loved these - before I say anything else, I have to say that... They are SO delicious. They are sun ripened and slow roasted tomatoes - they are deliciously sweet and succulent and very flavoursome and juicy. I ate some straight out of the jar and they really are supremely delicious. My husband tried them too and really enjoyed them.

Aleyna Sun Kissed Peppers
In general, I wouldn't eat peppers on their own - I can only generally tolerate them as an ingredient in different foods, so I was pleasantly surprised when tasting these as I thought they were very nice. Although I preferred the tomatoes in the range, I very much liked these peppers too. Again, they are slow roasted and are very soft, succulent and tasty. They also have a touch of oregano and garlic which just intensifies their delicious taste. As with the tomatoes, I tasted these peppers straight out of the jar too. My husband really enjoyed these and I had to take them away from him quickly to stop him eating the whole jar!
They have kindly given me some extras to offer to you, my readers. Details of the competition are below...

COMPETITION
Right, two lucky readers will each receive a jar of each of the Aleyna Sun Kissed range. If you would like to win, follow these simple steps:
1) Follow my blog with Google Connect
2) Leave a comment below letting me know how you would eat/serve these if you won and let me know if you have ever tried them before
3) Tweet the following "I want to win the Alyena Sun Kissed range with @MyRandomBlurb Enter here http://bit.ly/kD7aaa #MyRandomBlurb"

Competition ends on 16th June 2011 and is open to UK residents only.

CONGRATULATIONS - @foxyowl |den71cross AND @Isis1981uk | Isis1981uk - please send your address to twitter@myrandomblurb.co.uk

29 comments:

  1. i already follow with gfc. if i won i would put them out next time i have the girls round with the crips and dip! i've never tried them before but they look great

    @ashlallan

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  2. i have tweeted as @ashlallan

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  3. Am following blog and have tweeted @LindyHine.
    These sound lovely and I think they'd be nice mixed through pasta with some olives, sliced mushrooms, bacon (or chicken, tuna, salmon, ham - it's very versatile this!) and pesto. Sprinkle some parmesan on top - delicious!

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  4. following your blog with gfc :)
    never tried them before but i would use them in a panini with pesto, and mozzarella cheese mmm mmmmm
    and have tweeted

    @clareandtribe

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  5. am following blog

    Id chop them up on a salad or on top of pizza havent tried this make before

    have tweeted @kikicomp

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  6. following and tweeted @pooohbear2811. would use the tomatoes with tuna and a salad, and the peppers would go through stir fry chicken I think

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  7. I've never tried them before but I'd incorporate them into my Spanish Chicken meal.

    I'm following you on Google Connect @Isis1981uk on Twitter

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  8. Have re-tweeted the message on Twitter @Isis1981uk

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  9. following you on google connect

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  10. I think these would be lovely toppings for bruschetta with some tapanade or artichoke puree underneath and perhaps with a little mozzerella cheese on top

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  11. Following, think these would be fantastic addition to rice really mix in well @andrewcbo

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  12. I'd stir it into pasta - yum

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  13. the tomatoes would be nice chopped finely and sprinkled on bruschetta. They'd both be nice on pizza or in a pasta or chilli dish. Loads of uses! Thanks, I've followed on GFC

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  14. Tweeting @original_castir and following on twitter and blog

    I'd chop them,and add to pasta dishes,if they lasted that long,as I may just eat them,before any recipes/cooking gets in the way

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  15. Already following you on GFC

    I would use them in a chilled potato salad. That will be nice.

    @phyllgerry

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  16. I'm following with GFC as M.
    I'd try these popped & chopped onto pizza.
    I've tweeted. @maisietoo

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  17. I'm following with GFC

    I'd toss these into a pasta dish for a delicious kick!

    I've also tweeted. @angiehoggett

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  18. Never tried before, but would make a italian style souce.
    Following and tweeted
    @joanna_kow

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  19. Never tried it before but i would use it on a pizza (my guilty pleasure lol)

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  20. following your blog via google friends connect. I have tried the peppers but not the tomatoes. I use the peppers just as they are in salads (yum!)but also like to chop them and add them to home made soups. I would use the tomatoes in a home made veggie & gluten free lasagna. I ususally use passata to give a nice tomatoey flavour so these would be a nice change and a chance to experiment! @susanwillshee

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  21. have also tweeted your message @susanwillshee

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  22. I follow your blob thru GFC.And i tweeted your post @sandigled.

    I would make bruschetta with the tomato`s and pepper`s they sound ideal.
    I have not tried them but i am going to look out for them now.

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  23. Tweeted @baile1kim1

    Great blog

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