Kettle Chips Hand Cooked Crisps & Ridge Cut 150g ALL flavours Now Only £1 each @ Morrisons
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Kettle Chips Hand Cooked Crisps & Ridge Cut 150g ALL flavours Now Only £1 each @ Morrisons

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Found 5th Dec 2015
Love these crisps, and now all flavours are just £1 for a large 150g bag at Morrisons.Also worth mentioning that Morrison's own Signature range kettle crisps are also only £1.
The flavours available:
Lightly Salted
Mature Cheddar & Red Onion
Sweet Chilli & Sour Cream
Sea Salt & Crushed Black Peppercorns
Sea Salt & Balsamic Vinegar
Crispy Bacon & Maple Syrup
& the Ridge Cut varieties

Munch!

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Asda have these for £1 too. Everyone wants us to spend money!

Found the Lidl ones same quality, normal price is 79p, keep a look out for thier specials, couple of week ago they were 39p.

Same price tesco as well I believe. bought source cream yesterday for a quid. Didn't pay attention to rest.

kos1c

Same price tesco as well I believe. bought source cream yesterday for a … Same price tesco as well I believe. bought source cream yesterday for a quid. Didn't pay attention to rest.



​Yes Tesco as well. Got a few different packs yesterday.

Sweetcorn12

Found the Lidl ones same quality, normal price is 79p, keep a look out … Found the Lidl ones same quality, normal price is 79p, keep a look out for thier specials, couple of week ago they were 39p.



lol.

Sweetcorn12

Found the Lidl ones same quality, normal price is 79p, keep a look out … Found the Lidl ones same quality, normal price is 79p, keep a look out for thier specials, couple of week ago they were 39p.

I sense impending attacks from the 'designer label' brigade.

Also £1 at my local Costcutter today

These are an evil crisp. Mature cheddar are impossible to just have a couple.

intranix

lol.




Ok why is it funny?

I like Kettle crisps, ate far too many, and I tried the Lidl ones when they were on special, they were much better than Kettle crisps, fewer flavours admittedly and still tasted better adn appeared to be better quality.

I would be concerned that your post makes you look like a snob, who judges on brand and not actual experience

I had a bag of those maple and bacon flavour ones last week. Incredible... oO

intranix

You've already contradicted yourself, first you say same quality, now the … You've already contradicted yourself, first you say same quality, now the lidl crisps are better.The lol is because on every "branded" food thread, there is someone going on about lidl. It's really of no relevance is it?




Pay attention , that wasn`t me that said same quality, do try harder

McNabFish

I had a bag of those maple and bacon flavour ones last week. … I had a bag of those maple and bacon flavour ones last week. Incredible... oO



​I tried them yesterday, didnt like them but they did sound so appealing.

I wonder what they mean by "hand cooked". I mean, REALLY. On a large industrial scale, hand cooked. Can someone explain? Still, not a bad price as it equates to 6 x 25 gram bags for a quid.

Cheers op, heated!

smelladeal

I wonder what they mean by "hand cooked". I mean, REALLY. On a large … I wonder what they mean by "hand cooked". I mean, REALLY. On a large industrial scale, hand cooked. Can someone explain? Still, not a bad price as it equates to 6 x 25 gram bags for a quid.


they add a chopped hand into the boil to have it hand cooked

Always nab a few bags of these in the airport lounges; yum! Heat added

We did a blind taste-test between Kettle Chips and Lidl's equivalent (both pepper flavour), and most of us preferred Lidl's. I had expected Kettle Chips to taste better or both to be the same but the difference was quite noticeable. So when Lidl's crisps are half-price at 39p, it is a significant difference.

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smelladeal

I wonder what they mean by "hand cooked". I mean, REALLY. On a large … I wonder what they mean by "hand cooked". I mean, REALLY. On a large industrial scale, hand cooked. Can someone explain? Still, not a bad price as it equates to 6 x 25 gram bags for a quid.


They really are, but not mom & pop style, I remember seeing it on an episode of 'How's it Made' or something, and basically the crisps are cooked in a giant fryer by a person using a very large basket drainer, and then tumble seasoned, rather than a 'donut robot' style machine which does the whole thing on a mass scale.

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LoveDealsNeedBrains

We did a blind taste-test between Kettle Chips and Lidl's equivalent … We did a blind taste-test between Kettle Chips and Lidl's equivalent (both pepper flavour), and most of us preferred Lidl's. I had expected Kettle Chips to taste better or both to be the same but the difference was quite noticeable. So when Lidl's crisps are half-price at 39p, it is a significant difference.


I guess they don't have the variety of flavours, but at that price worth trying, thanks for sharing.
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