Tesco Value Tortilla Chips Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... Everyday Value lightly salty tortilla chips '. Everyday Value is the budget range Tesco have available online and in store. ... more
by - written on 28/02/08 (Useful, 117 readings)
To be perfectly honest, I stumbled upon these by mistake! But I'm glad I did :) I was scouring the aisles looking for my usual choice tortilla chips, Doritos...but they had all sold out. So I picked up the own brand alternative. Tesco Value to be precise...I will admit that I am normally a bit of a food snob but I needed them! It was only 18p for a 100 gram bag so even if I didn't like them, it wasn't going to be a huge disappointment! I was pleasently surprised when I actually tasted them! The chips come in the usual cheap and not very cheerful tesco value, blue and white striped packaging! They are descibed as lightly salted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/13 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Being a student and living off junk food (ok slightly joking there I'm not too bad) these appealed to me greatly. We were having a movie night and I suggested nachos because it is very cheap and yummy! So these went in the basket without a second thought. To be honest I've lived off bargain crisps and so I didn't think of these to be a big deal. My slightly better off friends weren't too impressed to see the value label (they're full on food snobs) but I reassured them they had nothing to worry about. These bad boys come in at a mere 46p (which seems to be going up all the time, damn inflation!). Compared to branded competitors such as doritoes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/08/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Tesco value Tortilla chips -'Crispy maize tortilla chips. Lightly sprinkled with salt' 50p for 200g pack With two young children, and a mortgage to pay, alongside rising gas prices, in-fact rising everything, we have all had to become smarter when it comes to spending our hard earned money. I used to feel embarrassed about value products and felt they were just for the extremely poor, however I have now found that they have become a welcome addition to my weekly shop, as they help to keep costs down. I actually feel quite satisfied when I come home with lots of food, having spent little money. This is the reason why I first purchased ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
As I have an insatiably savoury tooth tortilla chips are my idea of a great snack. Although I must confess my complete aversion to flavoured tortilla chips, the cheesy examples being amongst my least favourite. But a good plain tortilla chip is a treasured snack indeed, so always on the look out for a bargain (and perpetually skint 8^P) I moved along from the king of the tortilla, Doritos, and picked up it's cheaper supermarket own brand analogue. A 25g bag cost me 25p so as long as they stood the taste test these had a good chance of making their way into my regular snack repetoire. Unlike walkers crisps this bag was stuffed full of tortilla chips, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
A couple of weeks ago I decided to get the kids together, in one room and have a movie night. For me, a successful movie night must be accompanied by lots of snacks and plenty of refreshments. As I am always on a mission to save the pennies, I thought I would try out Tesco Value Tortilla Chips. I had read a review on here and decided they were worth giving a go and I am so glad I did! Tesco Value Tortilla Chips come in a basic plastic pack in the easily recognised white, red and blue colours, which Tesco have chosen for all their value range. Once opened you would be best to transfer them into an airtight container, as they will get soft pretty quickly. Our's ... Read the complete review
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