Asda Barbecue Tortilla Chips Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... who fill half the pack with air! So straight away, value for money seems to be present here. Especially as they're only 90p ... more
by - written on 09/06/10 (Useful, 22 readings)
I write this as a hard-core, die-hard Doritos fan. Now, I wasn't expecting miracles from this little packed of tortilla chips when my girlfriend picked them up and said they were good. But, I must say, I was shocked. This little bag was crammed full of chips! Unlike my beloved Doritos, who fill half the pack with air! So straight away, value for money seems to be present here. Especially as they're only 90p per pack! But now on to more imprtant things... the taste! At first, you look at them and think they're just covered in that powedery flavour rubbish. But they don't taste like that. They deliver a heavy hit of BBQ goodness with every chip. As ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/09, updated on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
A 200g pack of these Asda Tortilla Chips (Barbeque flavour) costs 90p. The nutritional values per quarter of a pack, (which is the recommend serving of 50g) contains 239 calories and 11.4g of fat. When I first opened the bag a great aroma of summer BBQ's was released. The triangular shaped tortilla chips are yellow-orange coloured and coated in a red coloured seasoning. These snacks taste great and are just as good quality as higher priced branded versions of tortilla chips. I also found that the tortilla chips were almost all in one piece and not crumbled in the bottom of the bag. They are great to eat as a stand alone snack or ... Read the complete review
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