Awful, 🤢 avoid Really small thin matchstick size, then after 50 mins in the oven they still wasn’t browning, worse thing was the unpleasant smell when these were cooking, I dread to think what rubbish they got pumped into them because they smelt artificial and chemically. Throw the whole lot away and ended up going to the chippy.
Gluten free fab!
Good price, kids love them and they are gluten free Often fries have wheat in which is really unnecessary and annoying when so many of us have coeliac. Some of these chips do have black bits on which is a shame but I just pick them out! The gluten free bit makes up for it.
at last i can eat chips without feeling ill
the product is good value for money, plus they do not have wheat added to it.
Don't oven cook deep fry, nice.
No complaints from me. Tip, I always like to give them. take two minutes to put them onto a larger baking tray than you would have thought. Sprinkle some paprika and ground black pepper. Ensure they do not overlap. cook for 5 minutes longer, depending on oven. Ray
Absolutely vile, if I could give them no stars I w
Absolutely vile, if I could give them no stars I would. The smell upon oven cooking was horrendous and the taste was even worse!
It smells so awful when you heated in oven, smells
It smells so awful when you heated in oven, smells like cow shed...It went straight to the bin. I think something wrong with this product.
Sunflower oil produces carcinogenic adehydes when
Sunflower oil produces carcinogenic adehydes when heated.
Chip pan chips.
I always buy these, lovely and crisp cooked in the chip pan.
Yes, they do smell unattractive but good fried.
I have also noticed the smell that some people are referring to and I have previously smelt this when in "real" Chinese restaurants (i.e. in China). The only thing that I can put it down to is the rice flour as an ingredient.?? But I am no expert. However, if you fry them the smell is nowhere near as potent and with a liberal sprinkle of salt...they are very similar to fast food fries.