I am always looking out for new savoury treats to try. Every now and again I fancy tortilla chips. Sadly many are not dairy free so it can be a difficult finding ones to try. I decided to check Tesco’s value tortilla chips on the of chance that they might be dairy free. I hit the jackpot they certainly were. So I had to give them a try.
The packaging is in the typical Tesco’s value range. I liked the fact you could see the tortilla chips inside and I just wanted to dive in. There are no allergens highlighted on the ingredients list and are labelled as suitable for vegetarians.
On opening the packet I got an aroma of slight maize with a hint of salt noted. To be fair they smelt like any other plain tortilla chips would. I checked the bottom of the bag and no greasy residual or salt was noted. This may sound strange but I have noted this with other tortillas that I have tried. The tortillas themselves were nice and crunchy and had a subtle salty flavour. They left no salt or greasy residual on my fingers. I found them to be highly moorish and would have happily continued to eat the rest of the packet. I didn’t as they come in a big packet. I personally had these as part of my lunch and they worked well as an alternative to crisps. I had planned to try some the following day with a salsa dip. I got home to discover my other half had demolished the rest of the packet. Hence the lack of photos, sorry.
So would I recommend these tortilla chips, yes definitely. They may be the value brand but I really enjoyed them as a savoury treat. So if you are dairy free like me or follow a vegetarian diet why not give these a try. So thank you Tesco’s for producing a nice packet of value tortilla chips that I can enjoy as a treat.