I only seem to eat these when I go back to Hong Kong, possibly because they are imported goods in the UK and can cost an arm and a leg to purchase...we have the Calbee Hot and Spicy Crisps
And from the same manufacturers, the salty (possibly MSG infested) Prawn Crackers, maybe why I hardly eat these now, you'll find these in many clubs and bars in Hong Kong to get punters to drink more!
Out of all my choices this is the most sophisticated original crisps I would eat, I love these just as my mum does, mummy probably had these a lot when she was pregnant with me, thanks MUM, I love Walkers Cheese and Onion Crisps!
These crisps I have not had since I was tiny but thinking about this blog has bought back great memories when either my mum or my cousin bought these for me from the crisp van (do they still exist) at primary school, Space Raiders (this is the crisp packet I vaguely remember)!
On odd occasions nowadays I buy cheap, dirt cheap to satisfy my cravings for something salty and what better than to get a big pack of these on a trip to Sainsbury's...Onion Rings!
I now question whether I am a crisp fan, Skips are still widely available but I don't think I've had any in 10 years or so...I think I will get some now on my next visit to the supermarket...can't wait!!!!
Being bought up in Leicester I am lucky enough to experience the taste and flavours of asia, I don't think this crisp has anything to do with asia but it does have a slight asian hint to it...Chilli and Lemon (mouth salivates!)
If there were ever any crisps which I had a certain way of eating it would be these Monster Munch Crisps(Roast Beef flavour I prefer), I'd nibble off each claw before stuffing the remaining hand (circle) into my gob!