I’m feeling a little English today thanks to Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips. There’s something about a brand who is risky enough to put fun and whimsical photos on their bags of potato chips that make me want to dive right in and see what they are all about.
Relatively new to the US market, Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips are 100% natural with zero artificial ingredients, gluten-free and vegan friendly. Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips come to us from Tyrrells Court Farn and are made from local English potatoes. They are cooked by hand in small batches and are cooked with their skin on.
Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips come in six different and delicious flavors with something for everyone’s taste including:
- Lightly Sea Salted
- Sea Salt & Cider Vinegar
- Mature Cheddar & Chives
- Sweet Chili & Red Pepper
- Sea Salt & Cracked Black Pepper
- Worcestershire Sauce & Sundried Tomato
Tyrrell’s also makes a great vegetable chip. I have to admit, vegetable chips are my weakness and these were just perfect. I loved the blend of beet, parsnip and carrot with a pinch of sea salt.
The salt on the chips is probably what stood out to me the most. I am not a huge fan of salt – like ever. Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips have the perfect amount of salt allowing you to taste the full flavor of the chip and the freshness of the potato.
We paired our Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips with some warm sandwiches but also enjoyed them on their own. In fact, my family easily ate three bags within the course of a few days. We just couldn’t get enough of them and they even passed the GGG boys test by receiving a thumbs up from both of my sons.
Want to find Tyrrell’s Hand Cooked English Chips near you? These chips are available nationwide in stores such as Shoprite, Rite Aid and Whole Foods Markets. Tyrrells can also be found in delis, food halls and cafes around country. Use their handy web-based store locater to find stock in your area.
Special thanks to our friend at Tyrrells for sending us some samples. As always, opinions are my own. This article was written by food blogger Linda Arceo for Giggles, Gobbles and Gulps