Tesco Finest Hand Cooked Sweet Chilli Crisps Review
Bag Calories Fat Saturated Salt Sugars
30g 130 7.2g 1.0g 0.3g 0.8g
The bags are flavour colour coded and there is a background image of potato fields. The info is laid out nicely, with the nutrition contents at the bottom and the selling points at the top - how wonderfully good for you the oil is (sic), that sort of thing. There is also a square in the centre with the flavour written inside it. Unfortunately it's all a bit bland and unimaginative.
Not and hard or brittle as some Hand Cooked Crisps, but they did mulch up at a steady pace until the gentle deterioration at the end.
Everything you want to see in a good quality Crisps was present. There were oil boils. The slices were curly and skin edged. There was an orangish tinge to the colour, with added green flecks of seasoning.
I have no idea what I had eaten earlier that day to make these Crisps taste like seafood, but it was necessary to fold the bag and leave them for the next day. Fortunately, there was more evidence of the actual flavour the following day. Very weird. Anyway, as a Sweet Chilli Crisp, it was a solid but not spectacular performer. There was nothing hot and spicy about it. Neither was there sufficient sweetness in comparison to peers. It was however a tasty and worthy addition to a supermarket own brand range.