We Tasted All The Lay’s Chips Flavors In India – Lay’s Flavors that won us over are…

We Tasted All The Lay’s Chips Flavors In India – Lay’s Flavors that won us over are…

We tried all the Lay’s Chips Flavors In India. This was a delicious taste test indeed!

‘No one can eat just one!’ Well, we agree! Lay’s has been a loved brand of potato chips in India and everyone has a few favorites. The Mishry HQ was buzzing with excitement as everyone chomped on some crunchy chips and gave opinions on why their favorite flavor was the best one.

We tried all the flavors of Lay’s Chips Flavors In India to check them for their flavor and crunch. The Lay’s flavors we tried are – Lay’s Chile Limon, Classic Salted, India’s Magic Masala, Spanish Tomato Tango, American Style Cream & Onion, and Lay’s Crispz Herb & Onion Flavor. Here is how it went!

Lay's Flavors

  • Lay’s Chile Limon 
  • Lay’s Classic Salted
  • Lay’s India’s Magic Masala
  • Lay’s Spanish Tomato Tango
  • Lay’s American Style Cream & Onion 
  • Lay’s Crispz Herb & Onion Flavor – Potato Based Snack

The Lay’s Chips Flavors In India are priced between Rs 5/- to Rs 95/- depending on the size of the packet and grams of chips.

Lay’s Chips Flavors In India

Which Lay’s Flavors did we choose and why? We picked all the Lay’s Chips Flavors In India that are available on online portals as well at local grocery stores. Only regular, all-season, Lay’s flavors were chosen for our review. None of the limited edition flavors were added to the list. We did not pick the Lay’s MAX chips for this review as they are a different segment altogether. The size of the pack was not a distinguishing factor. 

Tasting Process – We tasted all the Lay’s Flavors by themselves throughout the day, giving an ample break in between the tasting sessions. We did so because tasting chips one after the other can get a tad bit overpowering on the palate.

Taste Test – Lay’s Chile Limon

Taste Test - Lay’s Chile Limon

Price and packaging – Lay’s Chile Limon come in a dark green pack. A 52-gram pack of this lay’s flavor is priced at Rs 20/-.

Nutri label – The shelf life of these chips is 4 months. 100 grams of these Lay’s Chips provide 556 Kcal of energy. 

Ingredients – Potato, Edible vegetable oil (Palm oil and rice bran oil), Sugar, Iodised salt, Spices and condiments, Lime juice powder (0.1%).

Flavor – The lime flavor is super throughout these chips. We could place these in the medium-spicy section. Even though these aren’t too masaledaar, it has a nice chilli-lime kick. The coating of the masala on the chips is very uneven. The places where the masala is concentrated is obviously more flavorful and has a nice, zingy lime flavor. Unlike some citrus-y chips, the lime flavor here is not industrial to taste. In fact, it is very fresh.

Taste Test – Lay’s Classic Salted

Lay's Classic Salted

Price and packaging – Lay’s Classic Salted come in a light yellow pack. A 78-gram pack of this lay’s flavor is priced at Rs 30/-.

Nutri label – The shelf life of these chips is 5 months. 100 grams of these Lay’s Chips provide 550 Kcal of energy. 

Ingredients – Potato, Edible vegetable oil (Palm oil and rice bran oil), Iodised salt (1%).

Flavor – Definitely a classic that is crunchy and well seasoned. Due to the balanced salt levels, these classic salted chips can be a great option to be served with dips at a party or with rustic homemade burgers and sandwiches. If you’re not a fan of masaledaar chips, these are the ones for you!


Taste Test – Lay’s India’s Magic Masala

Lay's India's Magic Masala

Price and packaging – Lay’s India’s Magic Masala comes in a deep blue pack. A 78-gram pack of this lay’s flavor is priced at Rs 30/-.

Nutri label – The shelf life of these chips is 5 months. 100 grams of these Lay’s Chips provide 555 Kcal of energy. 

Ingredients – Potato, Edible vegetable oil (Palm oil and rice bran oil), Spices and condiments, Iodised salt, Black salt, Sugar, Tomato powder, Citric acid. Spices and condiments in Lay’s India’s Magic Masala include onion powder, chili powder, dried mango powder, coriander seed powder, ginger powder, garlic powder, Black pepper powder, and Spices extract, Turmeric powder.

Flavor – We don’t know any spice loving Indian who doesn’t make googly eyes at an unopened pack of Lay’s India’s Magic Masala. This pack of chips delivers on the ‘masala’ promise, and the mild amchoor (dried mango powder) flavor comes through. These are spicy and not meant for people with a low chili tolerance. Addictive and lip-smacking!

Taste Test – Lay’s Spanish Tomato Tango

Lay's Spanish Tomato Tango

Price and packaging – Lay’s Spanish Tomato Tango come in a red colored pack. A 52 gram pack of this lay’s flavor is priced at Rs 20/-.

Nutri label – The shelf life of these chips is 4 months. 100 grams of these Lay’s Chips provide 543 Kcal of energy. 

Ingredients – Potato, Edible vegetable oil (Palm oil and rice bran oil), Sugar, Iodised salt, Tomato powder (0.8%), Spices and condiments, Dextrose, Wheat fiber.

Flavor – The Spanish Tomato Tango Chip is true to its tomato flavor. Even in the first bite, you get the intensely sweet and tangy tomato flavor. The masala or seasoning has a lot of ketchup-like tanginess. These aren’t spicy at all and are meant for people who like tomato flavored chips. They would certainly appreciate these sweet and tangy chips.

Taste Test – Lay’s American Style Cream & Onion

Lay’s American Style Cream & Onion

Price and packaging – Lay’s American Style Cream & Onion comes in a light green pack. A 221 gram pack of this lay’s flavor is priced at Rs 85/-.

Nutri label – The shelf life of these chips is 6 months. 100 grams of these Lay’s Chips provide 547 Kcal of energy. 

Ingredients – Potato, Edible vegetable oil (Palm oil and rice bran oil), Sugar, Iodised salt, Milk products (Milk solids, Cheese powder) (1.4%), Spices and condiments.

Flavor – This flavor is for all cheese lovers! The aroma and taste are dominant on the cheese flavor. There is a bold onion flavor as well, which goes well with the salty cheese flavour. Like our masala chips, this Lay’s flavor is also very addictive. The mild herby punch and moderate seasoning make it a good accompaniment with a burger or a yogurt-based dip.

Taste Test – Lay’s Crispz Herb & Onion Flavor – Potato Based Snack

Lay’s Crispz Herb & Onion Flavor

Price and packaging – Lay’s Crispz Herb & Onion Flavor comes in a light green pack. A 52 gram pack of this lay’s flavor is priced at Rs 20/-.

Nutri label – The shelf life of these chips is 4 months. 100 grams of these Lay’s Chips provide 525 Kcal of energy. 

Ingredients – Edible vegetable oil (Palm oil), Edible starch (18%), Wheat flour, Dehydrated vegetable (Potato flakes), Corn flour, Rice flour, Salt, Sugar, Dextrose, Spices and condiments, Milk solids, Carboxymethyl cellulose, Calcium carbonate, Lecithin, Mono and di-glycerides of fatty acids. 

Flavor – These aren’t classic potato chips, but more like a packaged potato-based snack. The Lay’s Crispz has a very dominant onion flavor, and is not big on the herbs. We could see specs of parsley but couldn’t taste it at all. The flavor of these thin crisps tends to grow on you. Irrespective of how your 1st chip experience is, you keep on eating these. These Lay’s Crispz can provide a good change of pace from your regular namkeen or chips.

Conclusion

For our review, we chose members from our team from different age groups with distinct palates. We did this so that all Lay’s flavors get a fair chance to be tasted. All Lay’s Chips Flavors In India have a targeted audience that maintains its loyalty to their favorite. Throughout all Lay’s flavors, we noticed a consistent crunch. In most chips, the masala/seasoning was evenly distributed and coated the chips nicely.  We also noticed that the bigger the pack, the lower the number of broken pieces. No surprises there!

Think of the craziest chips flavor, and Lay’s has it! Around the globe, there are tons of eclectic potato chips flavors like Seaweed, Pico Di Gallo, Ham, Ketchup and even a sweetened Blueberry variety. Have you tried any of these? Which Lay’s flavor is your favorite and why? Let us know in the comment section below.

If you do agree with our review, please give it a thumbs up! And, tell us which one is your favorite from this list. If you don’t, please tell us why!

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