Hot Kid Rice Crisps


When I saw these Hot Kid Rice Crisps in a store that I was visiting near my Sisters (an hour away from me), I was excited! They looked just like a rice crisp that I used to get at the Asian Market prior to being GDSYWP-free. Those were covered in a sweet soy sauce, so I had to stop buying them, but they were so tasty and SUPER crunchy.

These looked like they had the same texture, but without that pesky sweet soy sauce, oh how I hoped!. And, I was even more excited to see just 4 basic ingredients on this product - Japonica Rice, Corn Oil, Sea Salt and Onion Powder - well, for the onion flavor (which is the first one I decided to try). The "Natural" flavor had only the first 3 ingredients, no onion powder. I also saw a Sesame flavor and a Wasabi flavor (though I don't like Wasabi).

When I got them home, I ripped open the package a threw one in my mouth - no dips or sauces - just the cracker. These were indeed just as I expected - the same yummy flavor and crunchy texture as my previous crackers! Yeah! These are my new favorite cracker! They are reasonably priced (at $2.30 a pack) and tasted great! I can see myself using them with tuna salad, bean dip, salsa, egg salad, hummus, with a bit of lunch meat on top, chili and even by themselves ... now, I just need to find a store that carries them closer to me ...

 

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