Risi Papas Caseras Con Salsa Guacamaya Kettle ChipsReview
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
28g 130 8g 1g 155mg 0g
The Risi Papas Caseras range features a somewhat out of place tiny logo in the corner. But mostly, in fact it is shouted so loudly on the front that you are left in no doubt: THESE ARE KETTLE CHIPS and if you don't get that first time, we will shout it again in a second language! It is not really necessary. The flavors are color coded and there is an image of whichever scary pepper is included within the flavor. The whole effect is a little mundane, but the bag design is bright, colorful and modern.
These Chips had a crispy Kettle Cooked crunch. A Snap Test saw a crack and a break right through the middle. The curly edges of some provided a very good crunch.
As far as regular, unseasoned Chips go, these were fairly standard looking. There were irregularly shaped Chips from the Kettle Cooking. There was some visible oil and its associated bubbles. Most Chips were whole.
We will keep this simple. The Chips were Plain. The sauce was unquestionable - it is of course the original maker's sauce. You dip the Regular Chips in the sauce which tastes exactly as it should do. How can it get better than that? Whether you like them or not it does what it says it will on the packet. One thing we would add is that apart from the English brand Smith's Crisps, that include a little bag of salt to add your own seasoning, these are among the only Chips we have thus far come across that really hark back to the original days of Potato Chips and Crisps.