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Asda Straight Cut Oven Chips

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Brand: Asda / Type: Frozen Food

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      26.11.2009 00:20
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      A great credit crunching chip!

      I bought these straight cut oven chips as they are on a special offer in Asda, they are buy two bags for £2 There is 1.81kg in a bag.

      Cooking:

      They are very easy to cook, as with most oven chips, you just cook them straight from the freezer. These chips can also be grilled or deep fried.
      Please refer to the packaging for cooking times and temperatures.

      Ingredients:

      Potatoes (96%) ,
      Sunflower Oil (4.0%)

      Suitable for a vegeterian diet.

      The nutritional values can be found under the item at www.asda.co.uk

      My opinion:

      These chips are not bad at all, I would much rather make my own potato wedges, however it is not always practical and it is time consuming, therefore these are very quick and easy as they only takes the chips about 30 mins at gas mark 7 in my oven to cook.

      There were quite a few very small bits of chips in the bag and also I found two chips with black bits on last time I cooked a batch, however these are easily removed and I have found these type of black bits on frozen chips of more expensive brands.

      They do taste nice, they are not as nice as McCain but at half the price, I think they are worth a try.

      It does depend on how you cook the chips as to how they will turn out, I always oven cook mine for a little bit longer than the instructions say to make sure they are crispy on the outside and soft in the middle. I also give them a shake halfway through cooking.

      Cost:

      These oven chips are £1.15 per bag or you can buy two bags for £2.00, you can mix and match with Asda's steak cut oven chips, also crinkle cut oven chips. I think this is very good value, and these chips are worth the price anyway.

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