Walkers Doritos Lightly Salted Reviews
Product Type: Walkers Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / Doritos Dippas, Dipping Chips made the traditional way from Natural White Corn for a clean taste and a perfect crunch, the ideal partner to succulent range of Doritos Dips. Dippas are the ideal snack to chill out with in front of a ... more
Walkers Doritos Lightly Salted ... movie, as they are lightly salted tortillas which are great for dipping into our hot or cool salsa. You can dip and chip with lightly salted, hint of lime and hint of chilli - an extra kick for truly indulgent dipping.
Newest Review: ... The larger bags are good to have in the house to nibble on. These came in a 225g bag. The bag was alright. It was shiny ... more
by - written on 02/11/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
The missus & I are big fans of 'chips & dip' AKA tortilla crisps dipped in salsa. We usually keep a bag of chips in the cupboard & a tub of salsa in the fridge for those late night snack attacks! Having tried several brands of tortilla chips, including both premium & store's own label brands, we always end up going back to Dorito's Dippas - Lightly Salted. Having just worked our way through a full bag (225g) over the weekend, I can say that they seem to be even more delicious than ever! I don't know if the bag was just extra fresh, or if the recipe has been tweaked since last having some, but they were lighter, crisper & even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
On this Sunday afternoon I had a craving, a craving that actually started last night at approximately 9.30pm but being too lazy to get out of bed and go to the shops it has only now just been satisfied. This craving was for Doritos Lightly Salted Tortilla Chips. I have just purchased a 245g bag from my local Co-Op for £1.85 but the price of the pack normally varies between £1.50 - £2. For each 35g serving (as if your only going to eat that many!!!) you can expect to intake 180 calories, 2.3g of protein, 21g of carbohydrate, 9.5g of fat, 1.1g fibre and 0.10g sodium so these are not the healthiest food in the world and you should only eat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10, updated on 26/10/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
When it comes to Doritos I am a huge fan of them as a rule. I love them whether I dip them or not and buy them usually weekly. Staying with my mate at the moment I purchased us some of these the other day to dip along to a movie we fancied seeing at £1.48 a bag they seemed a really good purchase to me for such a big size. The Packaging: The Doritos come in a light yellow bag with a shadow depicted of people on there. I am told that they are Doritos Lightly Salted 'Perfect For Sharing' and there is a photograph of the Doritos being dipped in salsa on there, the size is stated (which in this case is 130g) and there is an at a glance nutritional chart ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/08 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Here is the review of a girl who loves crisps, especially the tortilla type! WARNING: Could be bias! :D Product Information: Each 35g serving contains: 180 Calories 0.3g Sugar 9.5g Fat Saturates 0.8g Salt 0.3g 245g per packet (NEW bigger packet) What they say: Doritos taste so amazing because they are made the traditional Mexican way. The BEST corn is GROUND into a soft dough. It is then shaped, lightly TOASTED and quickly fried before being seasoned for that UNMISTAKABLE DORITOS flavour! What I say: I love the smell of Doritos when opening a fresh packet. They really do smell like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/06 (Very useful, 625 readings)
These doritos come in a big bag of 200g, the design on the packing is mainly black with the logo 'Doritos' written in white in a triangular shape. The back of the pack is yellow with all the usual nutritional information on there. The picture on the front of the pack is not suprisingly...a picture of a dorito being dipped into a salsa. The doritos themselves are a triangle shape..as im sure you know and they are a pale yellowish colour, they have a very distinct pattern to them which i suspect is from when they are being cooked as it is like patches of a darker, almost brown colour on the crisp. They have a distinct tast, you can really taste ... Read the complete review
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