13 October 2021

Walker’s Madras Curry flavour Crisps (Tesco) By @SpectreUK

Walker’s Madras Curry flavour Crisps

I do love a good curry, not too spicy, and definitely with no Fenugreek in it. I've had too many Deli-bellies in the past to wonder whether it's been picked and stored correctly. We often have a Madras. They can be pretty spicy and sometimes not, it all depends on which supermarket they're ordered from. Walkers are supporting local restaurants with some Taste Icons as crisp flavours. We've already tried a few flavours, Walker's Madras Curry flavour is the latest on my list.

On opening the packet there was a decent Curry aroma mixed with paprika from the slightly orange coloured crisps inside. I usually have a Madras with chicken, but my favourite kind of curry meat is lamb. I guess Walkers decided to make these Madras Curry flavour unambiguous to let you enjoy the flavour of Madras, rather than adding any further ingredients.

Walker’s Madras Curry flavour Crisps

I usually have a curry with chips in a restaurant. I'm not all that keen on rice, as I find it blows me up and makes me feel very bloated. On taste these Walker's Madras Curry flavour crisps are mild in curry spices. The crisps dusted with Madras flavour reminded me in taste of when I go out to a local restaurant and enjoy my curry and "English Rice", as a waiter in a curry house once described it to me. I rather enjoyed eating these crisps and would definitely have them again.

Information on the packet; The 25g bag contains 128 calories, with 7.3g of fat, 1g of sugar and 0.35g of salt. Please see photograph for the ingredients.

Walker’s Madras Curry flavour Crisps

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