11 November 2015

Salted Roasted Giant Corn (Waitrose) [By @SpectreUK]


Produced by Inka Snacks these Salted Roasted Giant Corn are my latest adventure into alternative snackdom. To be honest with you I’m not and have never been a big fan of popcorn even let alone roasted giant corn, which I’ve never tried before. On pouring out the packet of giant corn next to my lunchtime sandwiches I first thought that these orange coloured giant corns didn’t look particularly appetising. They certainly had a strong crunch to them, weren’t overly salty, but had a curious chilli burn to them that raised a few notches whilst I shovelled them unceremoniously into my mouth. I quickly noted that they were indeed moreish. I had a quick glance at the ingredients and noticed the paprika which explained the orange colour and the chilli pepper powder which explained the lovely medium chilli burn. I reckon they should rename them to Chilli Roasted Giant Corn, although that might spoil the surprise!
Information on the packet:
48g packet with 215.5 calories, 6g of fat and 0.78g of salt. This Salted Roasted Giant Corn was suitable for vegetarians and was gluten free, GMO free, and nut free. Please see photograph for ingredients.
By Spectre

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