Sainsbury's Basics Tortilla Chips Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... a pair of scissors. The label states the chips are "simply salted, packed with crunch" and the traffic-light ... more
by - written on 21/10/13 (Very useful, 59 readings)
INTRODUCTION I'm lucky enough that I've travelled a lot and several years ago, whilst in the southern US, I was introduced to Mexican food. I've had a taste for it ever since, and enjoy making my own versions of my favourite dishes at home. One such food I love is nachos, a plate of tortilla chips covered in melted cheese, salsa and guacamole. Fed up with spending out a premium for tortilla chips I discovered these value range Sainsbury's version a couple of years ago and have been using them regularly ever since. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION A 200g bag of Sainsbury's Basics tortilla chips costs around 50p. The chips come in a non-recyclable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/11 (Very useful, 93 readings)
When my family and I get together of a weekend it is usually not without a variety of snacks as my Mum is the ever attentive host. Crisps and in particular tortillas are a favourite, being that they can be dipped in a wide range of dips, salsas and hummus. However we have a problem and that is that a member of my family is a celiac; that is he cannot eat wheat in any form and therefore we have to find tortillas without any wheat content. Having browsed my local Sainsburys a few weeks ago, I found that 90% of tortilla chips contain wheat in some form and that these Sainsburys chips were the only ones that didn't, hence we bought a packet to give them a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Sainsbury's basic tortilla chips are great when it comes to parties or just as a snack on a girly night in. Whether you like them warm or cold I would recommend giving these a try. Priced at only 25pence for a 100 grams this is a bargain. This lightly salted snack is great to dip in salsa sauce or warmed up in the microwave (for around 45 seconds) with melted cheese on top to add extra flavouring. You can even use them to make proper nachos with jalapeños and everything. The chips themselves are like the cool ordinal Doritos but not as overpowering with taste. They are a bit blander, also there is a slight salty tasty, But i like them best with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have only purchased these a couple of times, and I'm not really that impressed by them. These are the cheapest tortillas available in Sainsburys and I think you can really tell. They cost about 25p for a 100g bag, which is a very low cost but I'm not sure I will buy them again. The main concern I have with these is that nearly every bag in the supermarket has been squashed (I'm not sure why this is) and therefore all the chips inside the bag have been broken beyond all recognition, and I assume most people buy these for dipping or for chillies and they are virtually pointless if they are all broken into tiny pieces. I usually buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I'm a big fan of tortilla chips and could quite easily work my way through a big bag of Doritos whilst watching a film or hanging out with friends. However, the large bags of Doritos retail at around £1.40 which seems pretty expensive to me. My favourite flavour is the Lightly Salted so about a year ago I decided to find an alternative to feed my expensive Doritos habit. I spotted the Sainsbury's Basics range of torilla chips and was pleased to find that they were lightly salted. I was even more pleased to find that the packs only cost 25p for 100 grams! This works out to less than half the cost of Doritos. The Basics tortillas are in the same ... Read the complete review
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