Potato chip flavors all over the world

(Thom) #41

This is a bit off topic but I LOVE Herr’s Ketchup flavored potato chips. They are hard to find so I buy a few bags when I see them at the market.

(Gwenn) #42

This is actually how this got started!!! I agree!!


There’s trouble in Paradise:



Time to stock up at Mitsuwa/ Nigiya!!

(Jimmy ) #45

Perhaps if Japan didn’t practice prohibitive trade policy, the country could be importing potatoes from Washington state, Idaho and Florida. Shortages and price-gouging solved.

(Chris) #46

Not strictky potato but too good not to share such great names.

A favourite from India.

One from Malaysia


What do those snacks consist of, if not potatoes?

(Chris) #48

Cornmeal rather than potato based.

(Ailsa Konzelman) #49

I just am eating some Ketchup Doritos.


I like Kurkure too, they are kind of like Indian Cheetos (both made by Frito-Lay).


Seems the practice had been well underway, but the company’s contingency planning fell short:

(Jimmy ) #52

Informative article. Thank you for posting it.


Puzzling that a business with billions in sales and even manufactures in the U.S. had this raw materials challenge.


We tried these Biscuit and Gravy flavored chips from Lays recently - they didn’t particularly taste like biscuits and gravy but they were still good. Maybe like a sour cream and onion flavor with a hint of porkiness?


I had those whilst vacationing in Maine. I didn’t think much of them. Tasted like powdered gravy and not much else.

(Ailsa Konzelman) #56

I find that most of the Lay’s uniquely flavored ones just taste extremely salty and not like much else.

(Jonathañ) #57

Think Japan takes that honor (of best flavors)

( :@)) :@)) ) #58

I really needed a cold beer and some savoury snack to chill out after walking 10km. Chips tastes more sweet than “savoury spicy”. Brand is probably Hungarian, not German.


Yummy. Seen in 7-11 in Singapore. Bit pricey at usd$5.

( :@)) :@)) ) #60

That’s cool. First time seeing it.

I cure my own egg yolks and grate them over many things. Duck eggs are richer, though. Yum!