Asda Smartprice Tortilla Chips Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... the difference may only be very small. The concept of no frills is that the item will also have cheaper packaging, for ... more
by - written on 27/08/11, updated on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Introduction~~~~~~ Well I like to think of myself as a bit of a crisp connoisseur as I regularly sit down with a cravat and a velvet jacket comparing the flavours of those bits of potato goodness, ok so I'm getting a little carried away but it's safe to say I love crisps and tortilla chips too. When shopping the other day I fancied some tortilla's but didn't have enough on me for a pack of Dorito's which are my favourite so I resigned myself to buying the smart price version instead, at 50p for a 200g pack I wasn't too bothered if I didn't like them as they are quite a bargain. The Packaging~~~~~~ As with all smart price items the packaging is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Both my husband and I are definitely more partial to savoury snacks rather than having a particularly sweet tooth and we will quite often share a bowl of tortillas with some salsa which for me is not too high in weight watchers points as far as snacls go (and in fact if I make the salsa myself it has 0 points value!). Generally I buy the doritos lightly salted as they are our favourite but I happened to notice these on the very bottom shelf in the crisps aisle while I was doing the shopping the other week and at the bargain price of 50p for a 200g bad they were less than half what we would normally pay. I figured in the spirit of shifting down a brand we would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/12/09, updated on 09/04/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I love Tortilla chips whether eating them as crisps takes my fancy or dipping them in summat or other so when I saw this rather large bag for 50p I couldn't resist purchasing them for a late night snack whilst watching a dvd in bed one cold and rainy night! The Packaging: See-through plastic packet and on the front there is a square of white and green colour and on that in black, white and green writing I am told they are Asda 'Smart Price' Lightly Salted Tortilla Chips and that they are suitable for Vegetarians and that they contain no artificial colours, flavours or hydrogenated fats and that they are made using sunflower oil. Other information on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I purchased some of these chips because I have recently started to make my own nachos and like to keep my food budget relatively low whilst still enjoying my favourite foods. The chips are in a 200g bag which costs just 50p at present from Asda stores or asda.co.uk. The bag is very simple in design and is pictured above. It is clear so that you can see the chips and they look the same as any other tortilla chip really yellow almost triangles with lots of bits in them (corn). It bears the usual white & green Asda Smartprice colouring. I used the chips to make nachos with a tomato salsa, onions & peppers etc and then I topped the whole thing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Tortilla Chips is something I always have at home; not only great as a snack in front of the TV but also a good ingredient for Mexican dishes. I got quickly used to the lightly salted flavour and prefer it now over stronger flavourings like cheese or chili. The ASDA tortilla chips totally convinced me - they are crunchy, tasty and not greasy at all! -------------------------- Packing The tortillas come in the well-known green/white ASDA Smartprice package. All important Nutrition info is printed on the back. You can see the crisps through the clear bag which can be quite a temptation when you actually don't want to buy them. ... Read the complete review
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