Saturday, 18 July 2015
I will put my hand up and admit it freely, I am a lover of potato crisps (potato chips to you North Americans.) I don't think there are many flavours I don't like with possibly the exception of Prawn flavoured crisps. (I HATE THOSE.) So, recently I was contacted by Kettle Chips (purveyors of hand cooked potato chips with natural flavourings, etc.) and asked if I wanted to try their new limited Seasonal Edition of crisps . . . Thai Sweet Chilli, Lemongrass and Coriander flavour . . . I jumped at the chance. I love, LOVE to try new things, and you don't have to ask me twice if it involves potato chips. ☺
I admit freely that Kettle Chips are one of my favourite brands of potato chips. I absolutely adore their Sweet Chilli and Sour Cream chips and their Cheese and Onion are other favourites, not to mention their Sea Salt and Black Pepper ones . . . but would I like these? It's quite a lot of different flavours packed into one crisp . . .
Not overly sweet, with a nice chilli heat . . . a bit of punch from the coriander and a tang of lemongrass, these had an unusually fresh taste that I quite enjoyed! (The Toddster doesn't eat potato chips. He thinks they are too hard.) They were nice and crisp, not hard, not greasy and had wonderful flavour. In short, these are really quite quite moreishly good!
Good to Know:
Kettle chips are handcooked, using traditional methods.
Their chips are seasoned with real food ingredients.
Nothing artificial is added, no msg, artificial flavours or colours.
They use only sunflower oil.
Kettle Chips are sliced thicker for that Kettle crunch
The English Kitchen gives these delicious potato crisps a hearty two thumbs up for deliciousness. As they are a seasonal edition you will want to get your hands on a tasty bag of them before they are all gone!
Note - although I was sent several bags of these crips free of charge, I was not required to write a positive review. Any and all opinions are my own. I WOULD pay money for these.
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