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I like the light and airy crispness of a Lay's Potato Chip, especially the lower sodium brand. I've also discovered an off-brand at Save-A-Lot (J.Higgins) that has a rich flavor. But Lay's will always remain number one for me.
I love the crunch of kettle chips the crispy crunch is what makes me really love the them I also like hot potato chips I take them and grind them up and add to my breading mixture and use the chips as a breading option it works very well.
This is going to sound odd, but the best chips I've ever eaten were a bag of 7-11 (yes, the convenience store) brand kettle cooked jalepeno potato chips. I could get them at the 7-11 where I lived in NY, but can't find them here in NC. Sad.
Doesn't matter what brand they are, kettle cooked jalapeno chips are amazing.
These had the flavor just right though. A little heat without burning my face off and I could still taste the potato. Some chips overdo the spice, but these are perfect!
I will definitely look for them, thank you for the tip!
I really like the crunch and flavor or kettle cooked salt and vinegar chips. Ooh so good. I also enjoy "earthquake chips" sold by a California Company of course. They aare like a mixture of salt & vinegar and honey mustard flavor.
I'm not big on chips, but my favorite types are jalapeno or sweet chili. Hope you weekend is wonderful~
For me the best chips are Salt and vinegar, oregano (I think Lays is the only brand to make these), and chilli. The brand doesn't really matter but if I had to chose I would say Lays.
Kettle cooked sea salt and malt vinegar chips... doesn't matter what brand
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