Garden Pepper Banana Chips Review – Peppery Bites (2023)
Dried and fried slices of banana flavored + black pepper seasoning = the perfect evening snack aka Garden Pepper Banana chips.
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Banana chips are addictive, there’s no denying it. But have you wondered why? That’s because dried banana slices, when fried, develop an enhanced sweetness which makes them a binge-worthy snack.
Garden, a renowned Indian brand, offers banana chips, potato chips, and a vast variety of farsan that adds flavor to our lives, one pack at a time. Since sweet and spicy is a flavor pairing we’re fans of, we ordered the black pepper variant from their range. Our panel of reviewers tell you everything you need to know in this Garden Pepper Banana Chips review. Did we like these chips or love them?
Did you know? Bananas are dried to enhance the crispness.
Table of Contents
Garden Pepper Banana Chips – Quick Glance
Noteworthy details on Garden Pepper Banana Chips are listed in the following table.
|Garden Pepper Banana Chips||Product Details|
|Price||Rs 50/- (100 grams)|
|Calories||580 Kcal/100 grams|
|Mishry Rating (on 5)||3.5|
Our Review Factors
We were looking for crisp, well-seasoned, and fresh-tasting banana chips with a bold hit of black pepper while reviewing Garden Pepper Banana chips.
Did the chips have the natural banana flavor? Were they fresh? What about the seasoning, was it well-rounded or was there an imbalance? Any rancid, oily aftertaste?
A bold crunch or a subtle one, how was the ‘bite’ of these banana chips?
3. Other Parameters
In addition to the tasting parameters, factors like price, packaging, shelf life, ingredients, and calories were also a part of our review process.
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Garden Pepper Banana Chips – Detailed Review
Price & Packaging
A 100-gram pack of these banana chips is priced at Rs 50/-. It has a shelf life of six months. The chips are packed in a regular, non-resealable pack with an inviting graphic of the snack inside.
Banana (64%), refined palmolien oil, seasoning mix powder (pepper powder (4%), dried mango powder, asafoetida, mint powder, acidity regulator (INS 330), ginger, coriander, cumin, chilli, cassa leaves, triphala, turmeric, clove sticks), iodized salt, and black salt.
Taste & Texture
These featured a homemade wafer-like thickness with an ordinary crunch. The chips were fresh and crisp but had a super slight softness to the bite. All pieces were evenly and generously coated with the seasoning mix.
Moving to the flavors, the black pepper kick was pleasing. We could also taste the natural banana flavor. This was addictive, as we couldn’t stop going back for seconds. Best of all, there was no oily aftertaste.
- Fair pricing.
- These were fresh and crisp.
- Devoid of stale oil taste.
- The seasoning was spot-on.
Be it a road trip or some down time with your buddies, or when in you’re in the mood for something flavorful, something pepper-loaded, we’d recommend snacking on a handful of Garden Pepper Banana chips.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Garden pepper banana chips.
These are loaded with carbohydrates and fats, so we would advice monitored consumption.
No, the spice levels are balanced.
Weight gain is a result of consuming more calories than burnt, constantly for a prolonged period.
So if you eat above your maintenance level of calories, you’ll put on weight, regardless of the foods you consume.
No, these banana chips contain no artificial flavors.
100 grams of both, banana chips and potato chips have 520-540 Kcal. The fat and carbohydrate content is similar too. However, potato chips have 2.5 times as much protein as banana chips.
That said, it does not make potato chips the better, healthier choice. It is always better to opt for the natural, unprocessed fruit/vegetable.
Seasoned to perfection with a pleasing crunch, Garden Pepper banana chips made for an addictive snack.
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