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Zappa's New Orleans Kettle-Style Potato Chips in Voodoo flavor are the delicious result of a happy accident. The unique flavor features salt and vinegar with a smoky BBQ sweetness and spicy, jalapeño kick.
Since 1985, Zappa's Chips has been delivering the flavor and spirit of Mardi Gras right to your door, complete with authentic Cajun seasonings and unique New Orleans style. For over 30 years, we've given our chips maverick soul by selecting only the best potatoes, slicing them thicker, and cooking them in our blend of peanut oil.
Some may has no gluten -containing ingredients but still not be safe for those with celiac disease due to manufacturing. It’s always best to read labels and check regularly, in case ingredients or facilities have changed.
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Another gift from Voodoo, these New Orleans Zappa's Potato Chips : Spicy Cajun Creators The kinda chips that look like sliced potatoes, super coated in flavor and crispiness.
Hate these chips I eat the whole damn bag in one sitting My dude, I fell in love with Zappa when a local deli started carrying them.
That’s the weakest spicy food dare I’ve ever seen. It’s like they added the tiniest bit of cayenne to the mix and called it a day.
My dude, I fell in love with Zappa when a local deli started carrying them. I dare you to step it up a notch, and try the true GOAT...
I’m not a big fan of the Voodoo ones but the Cajun Creators are ACE. Not sure what to expect flavor wise. On the topic of kettle chips, I have tried at least 10 brands of jalapeño kettle chips, and Deep River's Zesty Jalapeño has easily been the best.
There is only like 3 or 4 ingredients and it's the same deal -- You can eat them for a bit, and then suddenly the heat punches you in the face. UTC and their subsidiaries continues to be the king of chips.
As a New Oceanian I’m so used to them being a local flavor. The “Cajun Dill Gator Tutors” are my favorite. My dude, I fell in love with Zappa when a local deli started carrying them.
Voodoo just had an odd, plastic flavor that I didn't enjoy and jalapeño had a better kick. An employee was moving a pallet of spices off the top shelf, and dropped it.
While cleaning it up, someone stuck their finger into the mixture of about 5 flavors and pronounced it great. It starts off with the vinegary nose of a salt and vinegar chip before settling down with the smoky sweetness of sweet barbecue sauce. There's a sharp, fresh, jalapeño-like finish, and perhaps a touch of that Old Bay aroma that lingers after you've made it about halfway through the bag.
Huh, sounds a bit like All Dressed chips Literally just walked through my local World Market for the specific reason of finding these.
All the flavors are good including Cajun creators SND mesquite BBQ. Best sandwich chips ever.3d Spicy Doritos close 2nd.
Those chips are good, but I'm here to say Nightcrawler is Jake's best acting and an amazing movie. As a New Oceanian I’m so used to them being a local flavor. The “Cajun Dill Gator Tutors” are my favorite.
I'm a big fan of Miss Vickie's salt and vinegar chips and really want to try these Zappa. I'm a fan of regular Voodoo flavor as well, but I don't care for the Spicy version as I think it's unnecessary really. I usually go to Ike's Sandwiches to get my Zappa's Chips fix, but I've also found them at World Market oddly enough.
Finally, tracked these down in an Italian mom-and-pop sandwich shop, just as good as I had hoped. I tried Takes for the first time a couple of weeks ago.
Had these at an Ike's near the Castro in SF years back, along with a sandwich which I believe was called the “Jeremy Lin”. One day I should try these Voodoo chips, always hear good stuff.