Warburtons Baked Naan Chips {Review}

Crisps are quite possibly one of my favourite snacks. If it was the choice between crisps or chocolate, I'd choose crisps.
When pregnant with Harry I gained a new respect for all things spicy. Previous to being pregnant with him the only time I'd had something really spicy is when I was 38 weeks pregnant with Charles, and when the Indian Restuarant wrote my order down wrong and gave me a Madras instead of a Korma. I always found even the mildest of curries far too hot and went for the basic mild creamy ones, now though I will push the boat out and try something more spicy. Every curry always needs a side of Naan bread. If I'm not hungry enough for curry, rice and Naan then I'll substitute the rice for a Naan bread instead.

So, when I saw that Warburtons made Baked Naan Chips I had to try them.
I was sent a variety of packs.
Sour Cream and Chive Pitta Chips
1 bag of Creamy Korma Naan Chips (mild)
2 bags of Classic Tikka Naan Chips (medium)
1 bag of Fiery Madras Naan Chips (hot)

We took the 150g Creamy Korma bag on a picnic with us, and it seemed like the perfect accompaniment. The flavour wasn't as strong as I expected it to be, although I know it was supposed to be mild I did feel it could do with a bit more flavour. I liked the texture of the crisps and found them to be light but they were delicate so almost half of the packet was broken. It wasn't an issue as it was just myself and my husband sharing but may have been annoying if we were serving them to guests or as part of a buffet.

The Sour Cream and Chive Pitta Chips were again tasty and had a nice texture.

The Classic Tikka Chips had more flavour than the Korma chips, I'm not sure if it's down to the flavour being spicer of if there is just more flavouring added to these. These were in smaller bags than the Korma and none were broken so I wonder if maybe the larger bag resulted in the broken chips in the other bag.

I was nervous to try the Fiery Madras as I expected them to blow my head off. I left the bag until last and kept putting off opening them. Then, hunger took over and I opened a bag and placed them in a bowl.

I can confirm that they are full of flavour and certainly Fiery. They were a little too hot for me but I enjoyed them so I went to the fridge, hoping I had some Sour Cream left over from the previous weeks curry I cooked but instead only had Creme Fraiche. I blobbed some into the bowl and PERFECTION!
*confession* I might then have proceeded to eat the whole 150g to myself *confession*

I'm not sure if I would buy the Korma flavour again, but I would definitely buy the Classic Tikka and Fiery Madras (with a tub of Creme Fraiche too).

Warburtons Baked Naan Chips are available to buy at Morrisons and have an RRP of £1.79 for a 150g bag.
We were sent some packets of Naan Chips for the purpose of this review. All words are honest and my own.

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