Iceland Curly Fries Reviews
Product Type: Iceland Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... picture is different on the front.Most of the packaging is blue. Theres the Iceland logo, quite small, in the top left hand ... more
by - written on 25/08/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
=== The product === These are potatoes that have been cut in to spiral curls. They have a coating on them to give them a slightly spicy taste. === The packaging === These 'fries' come provided in a plastic bag, this can be torn with fingers so it is easy to open. I simply tear a hole in mine and then twist the corner around to seal the bag back up. The packaging shows all the usual nutritional information, ingredients, cooking instructions and company information. There is nothing special to the packaging and with it being blue it blends in with the rest of the chips in the freezer. Each packet has a photograph of the different product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I am not a big chip eater, and when I saw Iceland curly fries for only £1 I thought they would make a nice change from the usual straight cut chips. I had always liked curly fries in restaraunts and you would pay way more than that price for one portion! For £1 you get a 700gram bag full of them, the bag is blue in colour and has a good picture on the front showing the fries, it also has Icelands easy pricing on the front, £1 shown in a big yellow box. When you open the bag, even when frozen you can smell these have some seasoning on them, the appearance looks good and there are plenty of different shapes and sizes. To cook them all you have to do ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Now I may have mentioned Im not a massive fan of supermarkets own brand foods. Not because Im a food snob or anything but simply because I dont think they taste as nice as the bigger brands but one thing that is great about own brand foods is that they are cheap so my mom tends to buy a few things from different supermarkets own brands everytime she does the food shopping. These curly fries are one of those products. Before trying these Id only ever had curly fries in restaurants and Ive always found them a little to spicy for my tastes so I put off trying these ones for ages but one day I proper coudlt be bother to cooked myself anything from scratch so I decided to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/11 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I like picking up a few items from Iceland whenever I go in there as you can stock up your freezer for an absolute bargain. On my last visit I decided to grab two bags of their curly fries as these are personally my favourite type of fries. The packaging is slightly different to how they are displayed in the image, and they are in fact American style curly fries, therefore I hoped they would be tasty. These fries are only available within Iceland stores, and they retail at only £1.00. I feel that this is fantastic value for a bag of chips as more often than none you can be paying double this. You get a generous helping of 700 grams within each bag also, so it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I personally dont visit Iceland that often.Not because I dont want to, but purely due to distance and location. Not a walk I would like to take with two young children in tow.When I do get a chance to visit, I normally pick up a bag of these fries. The picture above isnt up to date with how these fries currently look, so packaging is different.But also they are named slightly differently now, ' American Style Curly Fries '. What are they? These are Icelands own curly fries. Twisted, curled potatoes coated in a savoury seasoning. A nice alternative to normal fries/chips. What do they contain? Here is a ... Read the complete review
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