Tyrrells Mixed Root Vegetable Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Tyrrells Snacks
Description:Brand: Tyrrells Salt / Type: Crisps / Beetroot, parsnip and carrot.
Newest Review: ... flavoursome and moreish and completely prove that good quality root vegetables provide much more taste than synthetic ... more
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Tyrrells Mixed Root Vegetable Crisps 150G
Nothing artificial MSG? No thank you Gluten free Just in case you ...
Last Update 13.03.2014 01:12
Tyrrell's Veg Crisps Beetroot, Parsnip &Carrot 10x40g
Hand Cooked Vegetable Chips Natural Beetroot, Parsnip & Carrot Ch ...
Last Update 13.03.2014 01:12
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 222 readings)
I love these crisps. You can get small or large packets, and the prices can differ from store to store, but currently a large 150g bag of these costs £2.79 from Sainsburys but I do think it's worth it on the odd occasion. These crisps are made from root vegetables, beetroot, carrot and parsnip, basically the same a crisp but different veg. I find these crisps delicious. It's such a change from actual crisps, and they taste very different. You can really taste each veg and obviously they are all different colours so you can tell which is which, my particular favourite has to be the beetroot. The main difference with these is that they have a certain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 226 readings)
Most of us would normally associate crisps as being made from potato - or occasionally corn, as in the case of the ever popular 'Doritos'. However, Tyrrell's Vegetable Chips demonstrate the fact that crisps can be made from a range of ingredients including Beetroot, Parsnip, and Carrot. Described on the back of the packet as 'the ultimate classy nibble', the richly coloured crisps are free from artificial and GM products, suitable for vegans, and are Gluten free. Legend has it that Tyrrell's came up with the idea of vegetable crisps back in 2002 when a rogue parsnip found its way into a potato box, and ultimately into the peeler - although I'm not sure whether ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/08 (Very useful, 574 readings)
I have often written reviews about products that I have bought and loved purely because I have read a review on Dooyoo telling me just how good the item in question was. I am sorry to say that this is a sad story of such a product that we really didn't like at all! On the way to Edinburgh we stopped at Tebay for a break and something to eat. We had a look in the farm shop there which incidentally is very nice and well stocked with all sorts of goodies! I saw a display of Tyrrell's crisps which included some bags of Hand Cooked Vegetable Chips which included parsnip, carrot and beetroot. I thought that these sounded really interesting but was a bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/08 (Very useful, 753 readings)
Tyrrell's Mixed Root Vegetables chips are an award winning snack - They were winners at the Excellence in Food and Drink Awards 2007, in the category of 'impulse snacking'. I certainly impulse snack on them!! Who are Tyrrells? Tyrrell's are a Herefordshire family business and artisan producer that grows the potatoes it uses in its crisps. They use thier own original recepies and produce the crisps on their home farm in HEREFORDSHIRE. They claim to be the only UK company who do this - 'it is not unusual for a potato to be dug in the morning and made into chips by lunchtime!' What are they? Tyrrell's Mixed Root Vegetables ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/08, updated on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 550 readings)
Mmmmmmm yummy yummy in my tummy!! Tyrrells are a Herefordshire based company that make the finest crisps in the land! Because their farm is just down the road from me I manage to get lots of free bags from a friend who works there, which is ace because the crisps are fantastic. Right, the mixed root vegetable crisps consists of BEETROOT, PARSNIP & CARROT all lightly sea salted. Not a sniff of potato in site! The parsnip crisps are the biggest, quite thick and not that 'crispy'. They are sweet and tasty (if you like parsnip to start with!) but they can get a tad sickly after a while. The beetroot crisps are a bit ... Read the complete review
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