Tesco Value Onion Rings
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  • As you would expect from these people, the packaging is really very simple indeed, with no more than the name of the product on a blue and white background - you don't even get a photo or a colourful graphic design
  • I was actually slightly surprised by the taste, and in a good way - OK, so you're not going to get yourself a feast for the senses here, but these onion rings are quite satisfying and there's a nice flavour which lingers in your mouth after you've finished them

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      I do like my crispy savoury snacks, and so when I came across the extremely cheap Tesco Value Onion Rings I had to give them a chance. As you would expect from these people, the packaging is really very simple indeed, with no more than the name of the product on a blue and white background - you don’t even get

      a photo or a colourful graphic design! They do have a sunflower logo on the back, because they’re cooked in sunflower oil.

      The bag is very small, weighing in at a pretty derisory 14 grams - that’s just half an ounce - so unless you are on a diet you may well find yourself eating two packs. Obviously that is not going to do you a lot of good! The nutrition stats aren’t all that bad, with just 75 calories in a pack (because it is so small!) but I think I’d be pretty wary about saying that snacks like this were actually healthy!

      Although there are no artificial additives, the colour of the onion rings still seems a rather unnatural bright orange,


      • Tesco Value Onion Rings
      which reminds me a bit of the old crisps from many years ago before people had become quite so health conscious as they are today. The smell is not too bad, but you would probably have to guess several times in a blind test before you correctly identified it as onion!

      I was actually slightly surprised by the taste, and in a

      good way - OK, so you’re not going to get yourself a feast for the senses here, but these onion rings are quite satisfying and there’s a nice flavour which lingers in your mouth after you’ve finished them. They do seem to stick to your teeth a bit, which is something of a pain, but they’re not too bad for a very cheap snack.




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juan Kassoff says :

Why do the small crisp snack size Tesco Onion Rings have a different taste to the large bags of crisps?

Seems like a different supplier. The small bags taste like shlte

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Irina says :

That’s so weird, I noticed that too

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