Pan De Oro Red, White & Blue Tortilla Chips
Taste test: These tortilla chips weren't colored quite as described in the name, as the colors were actually a light beige (close enough to be called white), reddish pink (close enough to call red) and dark gray (not blue at all in my opinion).
The chips were cut into quarter-circle shapes and in most cases had quite a bit of curvature. The chips seemed to have just a bit of salt, and they had a mild corn taste, though not a lot. I couldn't detect much of taste difference between the different colors. These would work better with some salsa or dip than as just plain chips, and thankfully, the curvature and of the chips and their stength and thickness made them well suited for dipping. Our tasters liked them a lot.
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Smell test: Very mild corn tortilla smell.
From the package: “Made with Organic Corn” ... “Pan de Oro Tortilla chips have been used by restaurants, schools and concessions since 1985. Now you can enjoy these all-natural authentic Tortilla Chips in colors that nature alone provides.”
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Company: Severance Foods, Inc.
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This snack was contributed to Taquitos.net by the manufacturer. Review published July 2011.
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