Duyvis Dorrelnootjes Poesta
Taste test: This snack (whose named translates to "coated peanuts") consisted of many smallish pieces with light orange exteriors. These was some variation in coating color and even more in the sizes of the pieces. The exteriors were smoother than most other kinds of starch-coated peanuts that we've seen. But the even bigger difference was the taste.
While most similar snacks from around the world use chili powder, sometimes with hot peppers added, these had a bit of the chili powder, plus some Indian spices, but no particular heat. There was a nice light crunch when biting into the coating, with a denser but soft feel when encountering the inner peanut. The spices were not super-strong, as there was subtlety about the Indian spices, but they were strong enough that people could not help but notice them. The snackers who tried these either liked the spices or didn't — many tried one and had no desire for more, while fewer people praised the flavor and went back for multiple handfuls.
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Smell test: Tangy and mildly hot, with some peanut in there. Very nice.
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This snack was discovered by Thijs Crommentuijn in Utrecht. Review published .
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