Friday, September 30, 2016

Irvins Potato Chips & Fish Skin @ Singapore

Perhaps the ultimate in sinful snacks: Potato chips & fish skin flavoured with salted egg (S$16 each) - the chips convey more distinct dynamics of salted egg, while the skin channels crunchier dimensions, so it's a toss-up which one purchasers may prefer. There's also a very creamy salted egg sauce (S$8) that can be used for cooking - or in our case, dipping. These Singaporean-made temptations are currently only available in the city-state, via online orders & at VivoCity & Raffles Xchange.

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  1. I love the chips one! :D No fish skins for me. LOL

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    1. Rebecca: i definitely preferred the potato chips too! though i did also enjoy the thicker crunchiness of the fish skin, heh ;)

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  2. I had the fish skin, my friend from Singapore gave to me - very nice, like keropok. Salted egg sauce? Yummmm!!!! Now who would like to give me that, asked the little red hen. Muahahahahaha!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: you're right, the fish skin does feel quite keropok-ish! :D haha, yes, i shall keep that in mind if i get my hands on another bottle of that sauce! :D

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  3. we had a bottle of the chips in office - it was like a drug. needless to say the 1 precious bottle was very difficult to make it last a day -neko

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    1. Neko: i can imagine a battle going on for the last few chips, especially when it has to be shared among a whole office :D

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  4. salted egg yolk chips dipped with salted egg yolk sauce, double the guiltiness LOL

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    1. Choi Yen: it feels like double the calories!!! ;)

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