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Friday, February 24, 2012

Cassava Chips

Last January 24, I chanced upon cheese-flavored cassava chips for sale, while walking along the sidewalk near the intersection of EDSA and Panay Avenue in Quezon City, Philippines.





The product costs only 10 pesos per pouch, but the taste is comparable to branded snack chips.


cassava chips, kamoteng kahoy



The label reads as follows:

ALOHA'S BEST
ORIGINAL
CASSAVA CHIPS

 (  )  CHEESE      (  )  BARBECUE
     (  )  GARLIC        (  )  SOUR CREAM  
   
Brgy. Silangan Ilaya, Nagcarlan, Laguna
Tel. No. (049) 807-1309

13 comments:

  1. lots of delicious foodstuff that are found by the sidewalk...

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  2. im not sure if ill like the taste of it.. since i am not really a fan of casava cakes...

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  3. Yeah! this one taste nice and it comes in different flavor too, original, that is flavored with salt only; cheese; and garlic. I like most the cheese flavor.

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  4. I like the cheese flavor...

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  5. What? Cassava chips? How do they do that? Like banana chips? and it comes in different flavor? Wow. Learned it first here.

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    1. I asked the vendor that time and she said that the preparation method is similar to banana chips. Haven't tried the process at home, though.

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  6. You should try the Cassava Chips at one of those stalls in SM North. Sorry I forgot the name. Their flavored cassava chips are exceptional. :)

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  7. Bongga ang cassava chips, may flavor na. This is one of the Filipino products that we must market.

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  8. love chips, native, local or imported! Cassava, I've yet to try. Funny just yesterday a friend gave me ube chips! It's not that sweet and I love the taste, though it was not that crunchy.

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  9. I haven't tried a lot of cassava chips yet, but I'll definitely look for this when I'm in the area.. :D

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  10. i haven't tried cassava chips, galing naman talaga ng pinoy basta food product.

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  11. the old dependable cassava chips. :-)

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  12. Never heard of this until today I have eaten potato and banana chips but not cassava chips. I should have this soon.,

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