Zapp's Potato Chips Voodoo Gumbo
Taste test: These kettle-style potato chips were wiggly and in many cases folded-over, generally golden in orange color, with skin visible around the edges of most chips.
There was lots of what looked like salt visible on the surfaces of the chips. They had a very nice crunch and a good crispnes, and best of all, they were heavily loaded with the Voodoo Gumbo flavor seasoning. It's hard to describe because it was (as advertised) a mix of many spices, but there was a nice sweetness to it, and it reminded me a little of some of the Canadian varieties of All Dressed chips. There was no heat in the flavor, as one might have expected from a gumbo chip.
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Smell test: Very mild mix of spices. Good.
From the package: “Original Cajun Kettle Recipe” ... “Limited Edition” ... “Voodoo Gumbo is the result of an accident. An employee was moving a pallet of spices off the top shelf and dropped it. While cleaning up, someone stuck their finger into the mixture of about 5 flavors and pronounced it great. We recreated it in our lab and, like gumbo, it's an 'everything in the kitchen' flavor.”
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Categories for this snack:
- All Zapp's (15 snacks)
- Potato Chips (1959 snacks)
- Limited Editions (393 snacks)
- All Dressed Chips (15 snacks)
This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Publix. Review published .
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