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Posts tagged ‘Tortilla Chips’


Garden of Eatin’ Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips

In the Garden of Eatin’, no one cares about the apples because it’s all about the chips. Made with organic yellow corn, expeller pressed oils (canola, safflower or sunflower) and a touch of sea salt, Garden of Eatin’ Yellow Corn Tortilla Chips are simply delicious. With a big yellow corn flavor, these classic chips (what they look like on the bag is exactly what they look like in the bag) can be enjoyed au naturale, in nachos, or with salsa and guacamole…or, all of the above! Read more »


Multigrain Bean Chips

Food should taste good.

Food Should Taste Good™ Bean Chips are a new line of tortilla chips that combine wholesome ingredients for a balanced and delicious chip that relies on beans, seeds, and corn for flavor. Certified gluten-free, kosher and non-GMO verified, Food Should Taste Good™ Bean Chips taste good because they are made with real ingredients found in most kitchen pantries. No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives are used. Read more »


Paqui Gourmet Tortilla Chips

Some of the most basic simple foods are the hardest to make. Consider tortilla chips which are primarily made of three ingredients: corn, oil, and salt. How hard can it be to make really great tasting crunchy tortilla chips? Well, according to many tasters who have snacked on the mass market commercial offerings, the answer is “pretty hard.”

The secret to great tasting tortilla chips is to use high quality fresh tortillas fried in oil hot enough to cook them to a perfect crisp but not so hot as to darken the chips. If the oil is not hot enough, the chips will be greasy and if the oil is too hot, the chips will be overdone making the corn flavor an afterthought. Read more »