Snak King Snak Fries Hot & Spicy
Taste test: These fries looked kind of like Andy Capp's fries, but the similarity ended there.
They were crisp, light and crunchier than Andy Capp's, but not nearly as tasty. There was a delayed, mild heat in the taste. It wasn't a bad taste, but just wasn't particularly good or interesting. The fry material didn't stick to my teeth the way that Andy Capp's do, but part of the appeal of Andy Capp's is that when they coat the inside of your mouth with that stuff, you get lots of flavor, which is something that these lacked.
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Smell test: Smells loosely like hot sauce, but not actually hot.
From the package: “Oven Baked Corn & Potato Snacks” ... “King of Snacks” ... “Ingredients: Corn Meal, Vegetable Oil (contains one or more of the following: Canola, Rice, Sunflower or Corn Oil), Potato Granules, Whey Powder, Salt, Dextrose, Torula Yeast, Mustard, Monosodium Glutamate, Tomato Powder, Oleoresin Paprika, Natural Flavoring”
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Company: Snak King
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