Lay's Baked Cream, Herb & Onion Flavour
Taste test: These rippled potato crisps from India had irregular but loosely hexagonal shapes, with a pale yellow color overall but lots of bits of green stuff embedded inside. Yes, despite being Lay's and not Ruffles, did not have the flat surfaces of the American flavors of Baked Lay's.
We crunched in to find a texture a lot like Baked Ruffles, with a good crispness and brittle crunch. The mix of potato, sour cream and herbs was tasty, as the sour cream was intense and the herbs fresh-tasting and strong. Very tasty.
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Smell test: Nice zesty mix of herbs.
From the package: “Potato Crisps” ... “At Lay's we are always open to new tasty experiences, so that's why we put a lot of extra effort into creating a snack with a difference — Lay's Baked. First up — they taste great. That's because we bake them for crispy crunchiness and exceptional taste. And because they are baked, they contain 50% less fat.” ... “From the makers of the world's No. 1 potato chip”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Baked Lay's (5 snacks)
- Snacks from India (87 reviews)
- Ripple Chips (588 snacks)
- Potato Crisps (408 snacks)
- Onion Snacks (110 snacks)
- Herb Chips (60 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Little India, Somerville, Massachusetts. Review published .
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