Lay’s Exotic Chips in Thailand

The chips maker Lay’s shows a lot of creativity on the market when it comes to inventing new tastes of chips. It has been a kind of trend among tourists in Asian tourism to hunt for new exotic flavours from famous brands. I am first and foremost thinking of all the different Kit Kats(new flavour of the year every year) you can explore in Japan and different versions of Coca Cola(remember the white one that was supposed to look lite water but tasted like a bad version of Sprite).

So when in Thailand forget about salt and vinegar, sour cream and extra barbecue. Why not explore Lay’s local chips flavours. Bring home some inexpensive souvenirs.

Picture Collection of Lay’s

Here are some examples of tastes that are VERY Thai indeed. Even some very Esan/Isarn that is North Eastern flavours.

Lays chips Thailand
Hot Pot, or suki is what everyone eats all the time in Thailand. When it tastes Esan/North East it will be spicy and sour.
Lays Thailand Potatoe Chips
Larb is a very herbal and sometimes spicy meat sauce typical for Esan/Isarn. Goes perfect with sticky rice and papaya salad and apparently as chips.
Lays Thailand Potatoe chips
Chili and lime are two very distinct Thai flavours. So, yes very Thai indeed.
Lays Thailand exotic chips
This one feels like it could be a bit more South East Asian in general flavoured but Made In Thailand. The Xo sauce is actually a signature of Hong Kong. Developed in the 1980s. It consists of dried seafood, including dried scallops, fish, and shrimp, cooked with chili peppers, onions, and garlic.
Lays Chips in Thailand
Squid and hot chili, the perfect match

Lay’s was founded in 1932 by Herman Lay in Tennesse, Nashwille. Currently owned by PepsiCo.

You find these unique Thai flavours in 7/11 or Mini Big C. You find these chips online also.

Lays chips Thailand
And of course, sweet basil. “Horapaaa.”
Lay exotic chips in Thailand
Anyone? Original with a touch. Not only salt but also egg.
Lays amazing chips
The prawn chips need both salt and spices
Lays chips on the Thai market
Mieng Kam is one of my favourite snacks. A basic mieng kam includes fresh betel leaves, shallots, ginger, lime with lime zest, as well as fresh chilli, peanuts, roasted coconut and dried shrimp. Why not add potatoes?? So it’s done!!
Ghost chili, more like the devil himself chili. Spicy and aroi!
Prik is chili Zab Zeed is a kind of term used for a spicy and delicious papaya salad for instance

May the list continue😁.

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