Haldiram’s Soya Chips Review
Will we be going back to this pack of Haldiram’s Soya Chips? Let’s find out!
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Crunchy-munchy snacks should be counted as essentials in any home. No one seems to stop once they start and even if they do, it’s a hard job. Don’t you think so too? Haldiram’s is one of the most established packaged Indian snack companies that offer a wide variety of namkeens, sweets, sherbets, and ready-to-eat meals.
Over a period of time, we have reviewed a lot of products by Haldiram’s, including ready-to-eat products, namkeens, and peanuts. Some have been spectacular while some were a huge disappointment. We reviewed the Haldiram’s Soya Chips – Mexican Tomato flavor for its taste, crunch, and overall flavor. Here is our #FirstImpression.
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What You Need To Know About Haldirams Soya Chips
*As per information on the pack
- Contains tapioca starch and palm oil.
- 100 grams of this namkeen provides 566 Kcal of energy.
- Allergen information – Contains soya and milk solids.
Haldirams Soya Chips
Haldirams soya chips have a dominant tomato flavor but failed to impress us.
MRP – Rs 35/-
Net weight – 150 grams
*Price at the time of review
#FirstImpression Of Haldirams Soya Chips – Mexican Tomato Flavor
Price and packaging – A 150-gram pack of Haldiram’s Soya Chips is priced at Rs 35/-. It comes in a deep purple pack. The pack is not resealable.
Ingredients – The first thing that we noticed was how much soya was in these soya chips and needless to say, we weren’t impressed. These chips are primarily made using tapioca starch and palm oil, the soya flour was just a measly 17% of the complete ingredient list.
Aroma and appearance – There is a tomatoey aroma as soon as you open the pack. Sadly, the smell seems very artificial. These chips are loaded with dry masala and keeps sticking to your hands. These chips are thin but the pieces were mostly broken which isn’t what you would want to serve when someone comes over. There is a lot of inconsistency in the size of pieces.
Taste – These are average to taste and do not leave a lasting impression. There is a dominant tomato and garlic flavor. These soya chips are not spicy but you get a mild peppery kick at the end. Even though these chips are crunchy, they aren’t actually something you would want in your snack-tuck on a regular basis.
Final verdict – Tastes like the poor cousin of Mexican tomato chips that have garlicky tomato flavor. We have definitely tasted better soya chips with healthier ingredients in the same price range.
Mishry rating (On a scale of 0-5) – 2.5 Mishrys for the Haldiram’s Soya Chips.
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