Taste test: We bought this snack mostly because of the "Mr. Chips" name. You see, when you've reviewed many thousands of chips, some people will inevitably start to call you Mr. Chips, so it was nice to finally find a snack that had the same name. The bag contained smallish triangular chips, with a light yellow color similar to Fritos (not really orange like the chips pictured on the bag) and plus some blackish spots, also similar to Fritos.
We crunched in to find a a good crisp crunch and mild flavor, but not really as tasty as a spaghetti sauce. Apparently Pinoy Spaghetti is a Filipino recipe that includes not just spaghetti and sauce, but also various kinds of meat, including sliced hot dogs. Our tasters hadn't tried any actual Pinoy Spaghetti, but this didn't taste much like what it seemed like that would taste like, as it just didn't have that much flavor, nor much in the way of meat taste. But it was still pretty good, and we very much liked the Mr. Chips brand name.
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Smell test: Just a lot, but mildly tangy.
From the package: “Triangular shape corn chips loaded with zesty Pinoy Spaghetti that spell a whole lot of fun and a whole lot of goodness. You just don't bite your Mr. Chips chip. You go all out and gobble them all up. So what's in a Mr. Chips chip? It's excitement in a chip.”
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This snack was discovered at US Supermarket, Elmhurst, New York. Review published .