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Best shop bought chips?

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ScariestFairyByFar Sat 15-Dec-12 23:12:12

Where can I get them? Ideally chunky chips.

ScariestFairyByFar Sat 15-Dec-12 23:12:43

Oh and onion rings?

littlemissmulledwine Sun 16-Dec-12 07:57:47

aunt bessies are really nice or the aldi specially selected ones

CarpeJugulum Sun 16-Dec-12 07:59:12

I like the McCains Homestyle Crinkle Crunch.

Their straight variety are nice too, but the crinkly style is just brilliant!

Twinklestarstwinklestars Sun 16-Dec-12 08:11:53

The mc Cain home chips are nice so are tesco finest ones.

TaffyandTeenyTaffy Sun 16-Dec-12 08:15:06

McCains Homestyle for us too! Dont know about onion rings - sorry!

Convert Sun 16-Dec-12 08:18:10

Tesco finest chunky chips, in the ready meal section are fab.

Wyfee Sun 16-Dec-12 08:20:50

Sainsbury's Taste the Difference, extra thick Maris piper oven chips.

MrsJohnDeere Sun 16-Dec-12 08:32:05

McCain Gorgeous Chips

Tobagostreet Sun 16-Dec-12 08:34:14

Another vote for Tesco Finest - they're fab.

StuntNun Sun 16-Dec-12 08:36:47

I'm with Wyfee, once you have the Sainsburys ones you never go back.

MrsHoarder Sun 16-Dec-12 08:40:10

Sainsbury's taste the difference for me too.

roooibos Sun 16-Dec-12 08:49:19

McCain simply gorgeous chips cooked in goose fat. They win, hands down. Cost a fortune & only a small bag.

MerrilyWatkins Sun 16-Dec-12 13:31:09

Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Beer Battered Onion Rings - yum.

sharond101 Sun 16-Dec-12 22:27:58

Iceland crispy coated chunky chips are our favourite and are only £1 a bag

CogitOCrapNotMoreSprouts Mon 17-Dec-12 10:35:47

Sainsbury TTD extra chunky ones in our house.

madamecake Mon 17-Dec-12 17:48:52

Another vote for the Sainsbury's taste the difference ones.

ObiTheChristmasWan Mon 17-Dec-12 17:54:42

Tesco Finest (frozen) are quite good.

M&S non-frozen ones are OK too, but a small portion costs about the same as a big bag of the regular frozen kind grin.

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