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Pringles releases karaage fried chicken flavored potato chips in Japan

By grape Japan

Recently, Pringles Japan has continued their apparent quest to leave no potato chip flavor stone unturned withfish and chipssukiyaki, and specialty ramen flavored chips(and even super sour cream and onion instant noodles).

So it was only a matter of time before karaage, the Japanese fried chicken all star of bento boxes and bar menus, joined the ranks of limited edition Pringles flavors in Japan.

The chips recreate karaage fried chicken flavor using a mix of onion and garlic powder, as well as a blend of spices. The label depicts a Pringles chip eating a serving of karaage (served up with a slice of lemon) at a Japanese dinner table with red izakaya lanterns in the background.


The karaage flavored Pringles will be available in Japan for a limited time through Japan starting Jan 25, in both 110g/53g cans.

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More sophistication from those epicureans who brought you Head & Shoulders, Old Spice and Tampax.

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Now we're talking

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Spend a little bit more and you can enjoy actual karaage.

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Much more of a microchip these days than a crisp, they are now literally have the diameter of the badly designed tube (Metal, cardboard, plastic). NO THANKS.

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@UK9393 Yeah man, if a chip isn't the size of my fist, I want nothing to do with it

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Last year, 2020, managed to go a whole year without eating a single crisp/chip


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@zichi, if Miss Vickie's chips were available, you'd be hooked.

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@TrevorPeace Another connoisseur, I see.

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