French's French Fried Onions
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French's French Fried Onions

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Taste test: I've got very good memories of French's French Fried Onions, so I've often cited their great taste in evaluating various other onion snacks.

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However, I hadn't actually eaten any in quite a while, so when I spotted this can at my favorite supermarket, it seemed like a good chance to review them. I opened the can and found that the pieces of breaded onion were quite tiny — much smaller than the ones pictured on the can, and also paler, more irregularly shaped and less attractive. I poured a bunch of them onto a plate to eat, and along with the fried onions, there was a very large lump of clumped-up breading, and it looked gross (and I didn't even try to eat it). I did of course eat the fried onions. Though they did have some of that good onion taste that I expected, they also tasted greasy, and they left behind a super-greasy aftertaste. I won't comment on using these for cooking, since I didn't try, but as a snack they were just awful.

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Smell test: Very sweet onion smell.

From the package: “Crunchy chicken recipe on back” ... “This product is sold by weight not volume. Some settling of contents may have occurred during shipment.” ... “Ingredients: Palm Oil, Wheat Flour, Onions, Soy Flour, Salt and Dextrose”

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Company: Reckitt Benckiser Inc.

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Market Basket. Review published .

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