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May 17, 2015

Review: Kettle Brand Red Curry Potato Chips

Kettle Brand Red Curry Potato Chips feature kettle-cooked potato chips with the flavor of Thai red curry.

I picked up an 8.5-oz bag for $2.50 on sale.

This is one of the more interesting chip flavors I've come across. There's a complexity to the chip that isn't heavily tilted in any particular direction. It starts out with a seasoned savory punch that mellows out into a little bit of tangy sweetness before a lemongrass-thai basil finish. To top it off, there's also just a slight bit of heat. It's missing that creamy coconut component I was expecting though.

Beyond the seasoning, you get that standard hard crunch of kettle-cooked potato chips but the potato flavor mostly melds into the seasoning rather than is overpowered by it.

Overall, I quite enjoyed Kettle Brand's Red Curry Potato Chips even though it doesn't exactly make me think red curry (then again I don't eat red curry all that much). For me, it's a chip where I kind of just sit there and try to make out the various flavors and ingredients. With so much going on, it probably tastes like different things to different people.

Nutritional Info - Kettle Brand Red Curry Potato Chips
Serving Size - 1 oz/about 13 chips (28g)
Calories - 150 (from Fat - 80)
Fat - 9g (Saturated Fat - 1g)
Sodium - 150mg
Carbs - 16g (Sugar - 1g)
Protein - 2g


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