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Pringles Rice Fusion Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala /  Malaysion Red Curry / Peking Duck with Hoisin Flavour 160g - £1 @ Asda
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Pringles Rice Fusion Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala / Malaysion Red Curry / Peking Duck with Hoisin Flavour 160g - £1 @ Asda

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Posted 26th Feb
Dropped by Asda earlier and spotted these new Pringles on offer for £1.

Three flavours were available Malaysian Red Curry, Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala and Peking Duck with Hoisin Sauce. Available in-store or online

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£1 each

Pringles Rice Fusion Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala Flavour 160g
  • Transport yourself to the bustling streets of Delhi with NEW PRINGLES Rice Fusion Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala. Deliciously irresistible crisps made with rice and flavoured with the authentic tastes of Asia. Explore this mouth-watering takeaway favourite with its mildly spiced tandoori flavours of aromatic cardamom and turmeric, warming ginger and pepper, for a deliciously fragrant taste of India. Pure, enticing flavours bursting through every crisp for an intense flavour experience that lasts - every mouthful taking you further into your Eastern adventure.
  • Ride the tour bus of flavours through the majestic

Pringles Rice Fusion Malaysian Red Curry Flavour 160g
  • Get ready to explore a taste adventure like no other with NEW PRINGLES Rice Fusion Malaysian Red Curry. Deliciously irresistible crisps made with rice and flavoured with the authentic tastes of Asia. Indulge yourself with a blend of exotic curry spices of turmeric, cumin, coriander, ginger, garlic, cinnamon and cloves, combined with sweet coconut for a deliciously aromatic taste of Malaysia. Pure, enticing flavours bursting through every crisp for an intense flavour experience that lasts - every mouthful taking you further into your Eastern adventure.
  • Step foot inside the world of Eastern flavours, without stepping foot outside your front door.

Pringles Rice Fusion Peking Duck with Hoisin Sauce Flavour160g
  • Immerse yourself in the oriental flavours of the East with NEW PRINGLES Rice Fusion Peking Duck with Hoisin Sauce. Deliciously irresistible crisps made with rice and flavoured with the authentic tastes of Asia. Discover the classic taste of Peking duck combined with the rich and sweet flavours of hoisin sauce for a deliciously fragrant taste of China. Pure, enticing flavours bursting through every crisp for an intense flavour experience that lasts - every mouthful taking you further into your Eastern adventure.
  • Start the adventure of a lifetime, experiment with new flavours, new rituals and new places
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Im yet to try the red curry ones however the tandoori chicken and Peking duck are nice heat added
I hate Pringles for all the chemicals they put in them and hide in the very small print. Better buy Walkers Strax and stay clear of harmful chemicals. Most of the chemicals are not good for small children but it is very difficult to read ingredients on Pringles packets. Pringles is Frankestein food. Don't even use the UK traffic light system. Traditional food and good manufacturers will never use the rubbish Pringles put in their food to increase shelf life. You are what you eat so try to eat healthy food. Maybe Brexit will force them to list ingredients in a bold and use traffic light system.

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Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Feb
37143111-a41oZ.jpgThese are absolutely incredible 🤙🏼
We tried Pringles honey and mustard and they were delicious! Looking forward to trying the duck one.
And I thought nothing will make me puke again after vinegar crisps...I feel sick just for looking at these taste variations. Probably going to try it anyway.
sam_of_london26/02/2019 17:09

I hate Pringles for all the chemicals they put in them and hide in the …I hate Pringles for all the chemicals they put in them and hide in the very small print. Better buy Walkers Strax and stay clear of harmful chemicals. Most of the chemicals are not good for small children but it is very difficult to read ingredients on Pringles packets. Pringles is Frankestein food. Don't even use the UK traffic light system. Traditional food and good manufacturers will never use the rubbish Pringles put in their food to increase shelf life. You are what you eat so try to eat healthy food. Maybe Brexit will force them to list ingredients in a bold and use traffic light system. [Image]


What are the dangerous chemicals in Pringles?
alex1626/02/2019 18:28

What are the dangerous chemicals in Pringles?


Differs from pack to pack. Hydrogenated fats, chemical emulsifiers, chemical flavor enhancers and preservatives. Totally different from the natural flavors they advertise.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Feb
sam_of_london26/02/2019 18:34

Differs from pack to pack. Hydrogenated fats, chemical emulsifiers, …Differs from pack to pack. Hydrogenated fats, chemical emulsifiers, chemical flavor enhancers and preservatives. Totally different from the natural flavors they advertise.



Harmful, though. You've demonstrated that you're one of those people who fret about "chemicals" but I was curious about any tangible risks caused by this particular variety of snack over any other.
alex1620 m ago

Harmful, though. You've demonstrated that you're one of those people who …Harmful, though. You've demonstrated that you're one of those people who fret about "chemicals" but I was curious about any tangible risks caused by this particular variety of snack over any other.


At least the Walkers crisps list the ingredients and allergens in bold instead of trying to hide them and put British Traffic light system for food. There are so many good food manufacturers but Pringles are the worst. These chemicals may have been approved by European Union to put in small quantities where they may not cause tangible harm, which can be quantified. I feel sorry for the children who buy them and eat them in large quantities or as replacement for proper meals. And their parents or even the retailers do not know because of the small print what the children are eating.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Feb
sam_of_london1 h, 26 m ago

Differs from pack to pack. Hydrogenated fats, chemical emulsifiers, …Differs from pack to pack. Hydrogenated fats, chemical emulsifiers, chemical flavor enhancers and preservatives. Totally different from the natural flavors they advertise.


Do you actually know what you are talking about?

Stax has the same emulsifiers as Pringles.

The only real difference between the two is that Pringles uses flour and yeast whilst Stax does not and in some flavours Pringles adds MSG. Which is completely fine and Asians eat it by the truck load.

Pure fake news coming out of your posts.
We bought the duck in hoisin sauce ones yesterday, both almost drooling in the crisp aisle. Tried them when we got home. They naaaaasty.
pelaquin26/02/2019 17:43

We tried Pringles honey and mustard and they were delicious! Looking …We tried Pringles honey and mustard and they were delicious! Looking forward to trying the duck one.


Honey and mustard are my new favourite flavour, haven’t found them in the UK yet though
rnknrnz18 m ago

Honey and mustard are my new favourite flavour, haven’t found them in the U …Honey and mustard are my new favourite flavour, haven’t found them in the UK yet though


We order all our stuff from the website A taste of the states. Expensive, but a nice treat once every now and again.
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