Kettle-cooked vs. regular potato chips: Which is better? | The Tylt
The cooking process is what separates kettle chips from traditional potato chips. Kettle chips are cooked in batches and take longer to crisp. The result is a thicker, motley batch of chips, which some argue carry a superior taste to regular potato chips. But traditionalists stay true to the age-old days of Lay's—the thin, crisp, and uniform potato chip is all you need. Which is the better chip?
Kettle-cooked vs. regular potato chips: Which is better?
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