I was pleasantly surprised when I gave these Big Banana Crisps a try.
Finally something different. Really different. I have never had these crisps before. I used to see people eating them at work, on the buses, almost everywhere, and they seem to enjoy them. I came across them in an ad last December, I decided to give it a try, I am glad to say the quality was absolutely wonderful, delicious, crunchy, low in fat and sodium. I am so glad to have found these Asiko Plantain Crisps.
They are made with plantain, a big banana, with no preservatives, artificial flavours and gluten free. The plantain is a close relative of the banana, and although a tropical fruit, it is nutritionally high in Potassium, Energy, and low in Cholesterol. It is actually used in most developing countries as a vegetable, forming part of the staple diet. The process of making this natural plantain crisps is similar to that of potato crisps.
Living in Ireland, I get my plantain crisps delivered every two months via alademarket.com. These superbly made Asiko Plantain Crisps are excellent with side dips or with salad as a sprinkle. My children love them too! The only problem, I have to hide them constantly. But I need to warn you – these Asiko Plantain Crisps are addictive! Don’t take my word for it, I can only tell you how these wonderful alternative to potato crisps are. I just love these Asiko Plantain Crisps. Kudos for Asiko and alademarket.com.
There are four Big Banana Crisps flavours:
* Riped Asiko Slighly Salted (Box of 30 bags of 85g)
* Riped Asiko Chili Flavour (Box of 30 bags of 85g)
* Riped Asiko Naturally Sweet Unsalted (30 bags of 85g)
* Green Plantain Strips with Salt (20 bags of 90g)
To buy them go to alademarket.com.