Biscuit is a term used for a variety of primarily flour-based baked food products. The term is applied to two distinct products in North America and the Commonwealth of Nations and Europe. The North American biscuit is typically a soft, leavened quick bread, and is covered in the article Biscuit (bread).
Dill Pickle Krinkle Cut™ Potato Chips Like the Tangy Spears that inspired them, Kettle Brand® Krinkle Cut™ Dill Pickle chips leave you with one thing to decide: In your sandwich or beside? The extra crunchy thick ridge cut chips offer the perfect balance of tang, dill, onion and garlic.
Take for example, Organic Sea Salt flavored chips from the Kettle Chips brand: Kettle Brand® Organic Potato Chips Sea Salt Ingredients: Organic potatoes, organic vegetable oil (safflower and/or sunflower oil), sea salt. vs Lay’s Classic Potato Chips Ingredients: Potatoes, vegetable oil, (sunflower, corn, and/or canola oil) and salt.
Frito-Lay's line of Oven Baked snacks are baked, not fried, to give you the great taste you've come to love with Frito-Lay snacks. On top of that, LAY'S Oven Baked Original Potato Crisps offer 80% less fat than regular potato chips. Fat content of regular potato chips is 10g per 1 oz serving. Fat ...
If anything, the Mango Salsa chips represent the bastardization of the potato for the sake of a social media contest and the limits of even the most advanced forms of flavor alchemy. The wavy-cut chips have a delightful aroma…if your idea of delightful is a pit bull throwing up daisies in the perfume store.
simple ingredients bring out the best in each other. sourced directly from french-speaking mermaids who mine the salt deep in mediterranean underworlds, our sea salt popchips go best when ripped open during hungry drives home from the grocery store. they also go awesome with water.
barbeque take a break from the backyard smoke and sizzle to enjoy a handful of our rich barbeque popchips. at first crunch, you'll taste our special combination of real tomato, onion, garlic, and salty potato. and of course, it wouldn't be a barbeque without a wisp of smoke. go ahead, grill master, savor the flavor, not the grease.
Sour cream is commonly used in Mexican cuisine, especially for nachos, burritos and guacamole. In El Salvador, platanos fritos (fried plaintains) are often served with sour cream. While sour cream is a popular condiment, it doesn't have a wide variety of health benefits.