Regular readers might think the reluctant taste testers and I have tried this crinkle cut crisp before. and it's true you may have seen the packet... but Senior taste tester merely brought in 2 empty packets for me to sniff. Sniffing is not the same as taste testing. Mind you, sniffing is a lot better than seeing a photograph of an empty packet which was Senior taste tester's last offering!
Anyhow, here we have an actual packet of Peri-Peri Grooves Spicy Chicken crisps and so the reluctant taste testers and the Chef and I tried out this crinkle cut crisp.
Pretty tasty. Not too hot and with a good chicken taste (suitable for vegetarians though) and a great crunch. We liked this crisp.
Weirdly the small packet of Nandos Peri-Peri Grooves Sizzling Hot crisps that we tried recently said it was made in Australia. This slightly larger packet of Peri-Peri crisps comes from... Skelmersdale. Which is in West Lancashire (eg in the UK). Not really the same thing.
Actually, you may like to know more about the weird and wonderful world of Skelmersdale: it appears to be quite an exciting sort of place. No traffic lights for start. Well, that's different from every where else you've ever been isn't it?