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Kettle Chips £1.00 Each @ Asda

£1.00 @ George (Asda George)
These are the big bags and they have all varieties.
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
These are the big bags and they have all varieties.
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#1
neva tried these crisps, how are they?
#2
They are lovely, but only if you like hard crisps.

The Honey Barbecue ones are lovely.
#3
the porter
ogh man u dont kn ow what ure missing they are the finest crisp ever the sea salt an black peppercorn ones are devine i love them with a salad with cooked meats prawns and garlic mushrooms and these in a dish :thumbsup:


Good review, but are they any good between a round of bread?
#4
theyre just crisps.... you can get them for this price every third week
#5
They pop up in neto all the time for 89p
#6
Nice crisps, however even at a quid I'd still go for the seabrooks (double chilli/ canadian ham are ace - the latter Asda do at 25p which is a bargain). However they do taste nice, and have a sense of quality about them. hot.
#7
The best crisps i've had are the ones from Ikea... paper-like brown bag but only comes in ready salted.

These kettle chips are good, but the dont have the same 'crunch' and texture as the ikea ones... but they do have 'flavours' which gives them an edge. The cheese flavoured ones are dee-lish!

Hard/crunchy crisps are the way things should be, like back in the olden days where crisps were iiregular, varying thicknesses and made by hand... none of these 'exact' shape, processed and bulk-manufactured pringles or doritos... not dissing them - salt & vinegar pringles and mexican doritos are awesome... But we need more of these old fashioned sort of crisps.

Big crunch and insane amounts of flavouring... dunno how many times I've had walkers crisps and they are next to flavourless and thin as paper.
banned#8
my local Asda, in Hereford, only sells the "wave cut" Kettle crisps. Is this the same elsewhere?

Unlike my taste in blokes, I prefer straight crisps, in salt & balsamic vinegar.
#9
woohoomoo


Big crunch and insane amounts of flavouring... dunno how many times I've had walkers crisps and they are next to flavourless and thin as paper.


Not to mention the amount of times where it tastes like they've been burnt.
#10
wessie
my local Asda, in Hereford, only sells the "wave cut" Kettle crisps. Is this the same elsewhere?

Unlike my taste in blokes, I prefer straight crisps, in salt & balsamic vinegar.


I love crinkly ones, my fav crinkly ones are McCoys Thai Sweet Chicken. Mmm
#11
Wavey kettles on offer most £1 a pack - looked at bottom of shelf and they had sweet chilly wavey ones for 50p a pack in my local branch so double check !!

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