By Vegan Caroline
With both wasabi and mustard in the mix, this’ll blow your socks off (in a good way!)
Ten Acre have been producing a fantastic range of crisps for a while now. They are known for their inventive flavours, well designed packaging and for being suitable for a wide range of dietary preferences. Their new popcorn range follows in the same vein with interesting and new flavour additions to the world of gourmet popcorn.
I’m not the greatest fan of spicy food so I was surprised how much I loved this Wasabi popcorn. Like the rest of the flavours in the range it manages to combine both sweet and savoury flavours making it different to other savoury popcorns I’ve tried in the past. It has a really pleasing hot kick to it from the addition of both wasabi and mustard which is tempered nicely by the hit of sweetness.
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Ingredients: Popped Corn, Sugar, Sunflower Oil, Wasabi Flavouring (rice flour, salt, sugar, onion powder, parsley, yeast extract powder, natural flavourings (containing MUSTARD), chickpea flour citric acid E330, natural colour: turmeric E100). Sunflower Lecithin.
Can you eat it? Gluten free and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Halal and kosher friendly.
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