Pringles Paprika Reviews
Product Type: Pringles Snacks
Description:Brand: Procter & Gamble / Type: Crisps / Pringles potato chips.
Newest Review: ... a lot to spend on some Crisps. Since the best before date is always god on Pringles then we stock up when on a good offer. So ... more
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Pringles Paprika 165g
Pringles Paprika 165g
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Pringles Paprika 190g
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans Paprika flavour savoury snack ...
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
When wandering around the supermarket recently I saw these Pringles on special offer. I decided to purchase a tube as this flavour is nice for dipping and I know that my fiance is a fan of them too, especially with a salsa or something similar. The spice in these crisps works really well with a sour cream dip or something a bit milder as well and this is what we had them with. These Pringles Paprika come packaged in the standard Pringles tube which is orange/brown in colour, has a picture of the 'Pringles Man', contains ingredients, nutritional information etc. Pringles have a curved shape to them and are very unique in appearance. There are lots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Some crisps are for grabbing when you want a quick snack or adding to a packed lunch. Some however, are - for me at least - for proper wholesale snackfests. Pringles definitely fall into the latter category I think. For hubby and I this is when we sit down to watch a Grand Prix. This week's GP was watched while munching on Paprika flavoured Pringles - Our joint favourite flavour. Because these come in a tube rather than a bag like most crisp like snacks, they do stay more complete. This is of course a general rule - I have to note here that gently turning the tube upside down in store before placing it in the basket will alert you to the rainstick like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/09, updated on 04/06/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I do love my snacky foods so whilst out shopping with my Mother today I saw these reduced from £1.25 a tube to 89p a tube in Sainsbury's and decided to give them a go as this was one of the few flavours from within the range I hadn't tried! I do try to avoid the purchase of these cos the slogan 'You cant stop once you've popped' is very true in my case and I always sit and devour a whole tube in one sitting! The Packaging.... Bright orange and yellow cardboard tube with a yellow silver foil seal over the actual crisps and a clear plastic lid covering that tightly. On the tube there is a drawn on face and in bright yellow writing I'm told they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/09 (Very useful, 314 readings)
I was going to use the "Once you pop, you can't stop" title for my review, but when flicking through the numerous Pringles write-ups here on dooyoo, it seems that particular heading has (obviously) already been a popular choice! Therefore, I have chosen to use my current title as Pringles do actually make me sick - but more on that later. Description & History Lesson - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Unless you have been living in a cave for the last thirty years, you'll realise that 'Pringles' (manufactured by Proctor and Gamble) are oval (or more precisely 'saddle' shaped) crisps packaged in a cardboard tube. This ingenious design ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I'm sure most of us have had the pleasure of tucking into a tub or two of Pringles finest in our time. I've had a few varieties including the original flavour, sour cream and chives and even zingy lime I believe. So I wasn't surprised to see a new edition to their range in the guise of Parika. As ever I find these things dreadfully addictive. The slogan of you can't stop popping is very true. Blink and a big couple of handfuls have gone and blink again and you witness a vanishing tube of potato snacks that are doing nothing positive for your waistline. The flavour of the paprika variety retains the original taste with a decent touch of the ... Read the complete review
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