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    That's the ones. My favorite at the moment.

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    Ain't it embarrassing when those prick FLAVOURED crisps repeat on you princey ?

    :-) :-)

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    There's a reason these were on sale in Tops.



    I had such high hopes because on the packet it looks similar to Masaman curry and I thought with a hint of lime we could be on to a winner.

    It turned out that they are more like a corn style chip that creates a funeral in your mouth.

    Zero Trans Fat
    Gluten Free
    100% Less Taste!

    I don't know what the company was thinking when they made them and I can't even comprehend why they would spend money to produce and package them.

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    Has anyone seen the chicken and habanero (sp?) crisps?

    They might be old had but they have just appeared in my local shop.

    They look a bit like nik naks - only seen the small 5b packets but they are fantastic.

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    Are these the ones?


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    I bet the flames on the logo are a lie.


    edit: just sent the wife to the shop to get some just incase.

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    That's them. They have a real kick! Enjoy.

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    These pack a nice little punch. Lays Larb flavour.


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    ^ Didn't like the fake lime after taste on those bad boys.

    I am rather taken by the Thai version of Doritos though. Different from the western version in that they are puffy, but very nice indeed.

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    I've found Nik Naks






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    Don't know whether this company has been mentioned before. They used to be my favourites in the UK, not necessarily salt and vinegar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy View Post
    Don't know whether this company has been mentioned before. They used to be my favourites in the UK, not necessarily salt and vinegar.

    I think they got overlooked in this thread. They might have got a mention in the "Crisps from the UK" thread, or perhaps "Yesteryear Crisps" thread, but no in the Thai Crisps thread yet.

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    A watered down version of BBQ

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    Saving these for a treat next week.

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    Sorry Armstrong, would not touch either of those.

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    I agree AO. Sound nasty but typical Thai focused. Folks here seem to love Ketchup and Mayonnaise on anything. The worst is Pizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Saving these for a treat next week.
    Tried a pack of these tonight.
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    Verdict: Will definitely be buying some more

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    Its the ridges, they make everything taste better

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    ^I can't remember if tomotoe chips had ridges or not when I was a kid, but do know they were my favourite flavour back then. BBQ chips ran a close 2nd and Cheese Twisties were in the mix too.

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    Salt & Vinegar 1st, then Plain and 3rd is Roast Chook. Mexican BBQ flavour has no place in crisp history.

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    Golden Wonder Spring Onion.

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    My missus sometimes makes potato chips thinly sliced with a slicing jig I made her.

    Then coats the chips with a mixture of spices.

    She normlly cooks them in hot oil but I wonder how they would go in the air fryer coated with olive oil.

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    I've discovered the delight of discounted crisps on Lazada so my daughter's been taking Wotsits to school all week and I've been treating myself to Frazzles and Space Raiders for lunch.

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    Heh, buy 2 get 1 free on Tomatoe chips at Big C this morning. Score!

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    Champion.

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