Really nice oven chips
Great improvement since I last bought these. Really good oven chips, crunchy and tasty. Also much better than the cheesy ones. Thank goodness those have gone at last!
Recommend cooking in an air fryer if you have one
Second try of these and they were lovely, crispy and fluffy inside. I cooked them in an air fryer and this improved them greatly as previously in the oven they weren't so good. So as other reviews have suggested it varies and depends how you cook them. Hence 4 stars instead if 5.
Nice crunch, fluffy centre
I'm not a great fan of oven baked chips, I much prefer deep fried but these were a meal deal option so I gave them a try. Not sure what the coating is but these were a shock, nice & crisp but with a fluffy light centre, I actually liked these enough to buy them again when not part of a meal deal.
These are the nicest oven chips I’ve ever tasted. Crispy on the outside and fluffy inside. Simply delicious. Truly yummy.
I do not tend to leave reviews but felt compelled to after trying to eat these. They are truly the worst chips I have ever tried to eat. They have some sort of sweet tasting coating, so sweet that all the salt and vinegar I slathered them with still couldn't hide the sweetness. How can these possibly be described as 'finest', I found them inedible!
I love these!! Like roast potatoes in a chip!
Very nice. Like having roast potatoes. But do take
Very nice. Like having roast potatoes. But do take lot longer to cook than stated to get them crispy
Alright, but have poor cooking instructions
These chips take real trial and error to get right but are a handy stop-gap on a night when you are feeling lazy and do a meal deal. If cooked right they taste good enough, better than other oven chips but nowehere near as good as homemade or chip shop ones. The chips come in such a variety of sizes that they do not cook evenly if you follow the labels cooking instructions. Some can be raw inside and other cremated. Also the cooking times are only a guide and can be wildly off depending on your oven. The chips have a coating which only browns about half the time. I recommend preheating a lightly oiled tray alongside the oven. Then place the chips onto the tray, being careful to place larger ones at the back and the smaller ones to the front. Cook at 180 for 10 minutes, turn and cook for another 10 minutes, then eyeball them and decide if you think they need more time.
I buy these once a week and for the last few weeks they have not been as good as usual. However last weeks chips were awful - they were massive in size and even after being in the oven for 45 minutes were still hard. They softened a bit after 50 minutes but tasted quite unpleasant. Will not be buying again.