Pringles Hot & Spicy
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Pringles Hot & Spicy

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Taste test: This Chinese version of Pringles (not to be confused with Smokin' Hot Ranch, Fiery Hot or Hot & Spicy Wonton) had just a light coating of orange seasoning, mostly on one side of the crisps.

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The heat was surprisingly mild at first, considering the can's illustration of chili peppers jumping through a ring of fire — and how many spices (including some capsicum extract) were listed in the ingredients. The heat did grow stronger after eating several crisps in a row, but the flavoring also left sort of a greasy feeling in my mouth by that point. Our tasters weren't terribly impressed.

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Smell test: Kind of weird. Not really hot or spicy, but sort of tangy.

From the package: “Ingredients: Dried potato, vegetable oil, rice flour, starch, Hot & Spicy flavor (sugar, monosodium glutamate, onion, garlic, chili, yeast extract, black and white peppers, paprika extract, lactic acid, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, capsicum extract), food additive (emulsifier (mono- di- & triglycerides from palm olein)), maltodextrin, dextrose.”

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Company: Kellogg's

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This snack was discovered by Judy and Lee in China. Review published .

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