Friday, 23 September 2011

Nando's crisps, cashews and mixed nuts the review ... its hot

Nandi Peri-Peri Cashews

I never knew that Nando's did crisps and nuts, following on the wave of the Lee Evans jokes about Nando ( they were positive of course and the joke was that Nando's are everywhere). I discovered that there was more to this brand that just their restaurants. So I was sent some of there hot snacks for review.

There is a hotness gauge on the back so if you can't handle it , you really only have yourself to blame. the gauge ranges from "I like brown paper packages tied up with string" to " I like the taste of napalm in the morning"

PERi-PERi Chicken Crisps

PERi-PERi Chicken is what we do best at Nando’s, and so it would be criminal to launch our chips without including PERi-PERi Chicken as a variety.
With a medium heat, these chips are packed with flavour, combined with a healthy kick of PERi-PERi. Incredibly moreish and great for sharing, available in 150g and now 40g bags.

For me personally the medium had just the right level of spiciness without me having to permanently suck the cold water tap dry.

The first crisp we tried were the Peri- peri chicken groove cut these are very good as well if you are coeliac as they are gluten free, and I know it is hard to fin great tasting snacks if you are coeliac.

On the other hand I couldn't handle the hotness of the Hot peri- peri groove cut though my husband who can eat anything loved them and even my son who doesn't ever like spicy food enjoyed them.  I am hoping this will broaden his horizons into other foods as well.

The other products myself and I husband were unsure on were the Peri -Peri cashews and the mixed nus but that's just our personal taste.

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