Pran Potato Crackers
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Pran Potato Crackers

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Taste test: From the picture on the bag, these looked like rippled potato chips, but when I opened it, the snacks inside look quite a bit different. They weren't potato crackers either, and crisps didn't quite match these either. They were more like potato puffs, as they were actually thick and airy. The thickness and lightness reminded me almost of a pork rind, though the flavor did not. They were cut in hexagonal shapes, though the bendiness of the crisps made the six-sided shape not so obvious.

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I crunched in to find that they had a nice crispness and light feel, plus a serious kick of heat and spices. Very tasty, but quite hot too. Might want to plan a beverage with this one. Wow.

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Smell test: Mild spices.

From the package: “The package of Pran Potato Crackers contains added Monosodium Glutamate not recommended for infants below 12 months” ... “HACCP compliant & ISO 9001 certified company” ... “100% Vegetarian” ... “Product of Bangladesh” ... “Ingredients: Potato Flakes, Tapioca Starch, Corn Starch, Wheat Flour, Edible Palm Oil, Sodium Chloride, Mono Sodium Glutamate (E-621), Spices & Herbs (Red Chilli, Garlic, Ginger, Onion), Mono Sodium Sulphate & Citric Acid (E-330)”

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Company: Pran Foods Ltd. (Bangladesh)

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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Nimah Market, North Cambridge. Review published .

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