Tyrrells Veg Crisps Review
Tyrrells have brought out their own version of the ever growing popular vegetable crisps featuring hand cooked Beetroot, parsnip and carrot seasoned with sea salt.
The first thing that I noticed straight away is that they were quite salty compared to other brands, I think there is too much salt residue in the packs. The beetroot is OK but has a sometimes burnt taste to it and some were quite bitter. The carrot was somewhat bland but the parsnips gave off a good sweet and tasty flavour. All in all, not the best vegetable crisps around, a bit too much salt at times and disappointingly average in flavour and at 35g of Fat per 100g, they are not much healthier than normal crisps.
Mixed Root Vegetables in variable proportions (Beetroot, Parsnip and Carrot) 63%, Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt
Produced in England
|Typical Values||Typical Values Per 100g||Per 40g Pack|
*Prices correct at time of publishing
AVERAGE AND OVERLY SALTY AT TIMES