Where can I buy sweet chilli crackers?

(6 Posts)
BertieBotts Tue 25-Sep-12 12:49:33

Not rice crackers. It's hard to explain but the closest thing I can think of are prawn crackers or quaver type things, except they're slightly heavier than prawn crackers, not so many holes and less greasy.

I've had them as an alternative to prawn crackers in a Chinese/Thai restaurant and you used to be able to buy big bags of them from Asda but not any more sad

Does anyone know what I'm talking about and where to get hold of them? They're my favourite savoury snack in the world and I can't find them anywhere!

iseenodust Tue 25-Sep-12 13:30:30

Chinese supermarket if you've one near.

kelly14 Tue 25-Sep-12 19:45:52

asda do a japanese thai crackers and also seen the same thing in aldis. Still not the same as i have had in actual thai resturants but as close as i can find.

ATAJ3 Tue 25-Sep-12 20:22:00

Try Sakata crackers. Waitrose stock them in their ' free from' range.

BertieBotts Tue 25-Sep-12 20:56:26

Are those rice crackers? I bought rice crackers once hoping that it would be those and really didn't like them.

quinlansx Mon 18-Mar-13 15:06:09

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