REVIEW: Pan De Oro – Multi-Grain Tortilla Chips

Rating: ©©©©-1/4 chips  (lip-smacking)

Pan de Oro - Multi-Grain Tortilla Chips

Comments:

Pan de Oro – “bread of gold”.  However, in this case the “bread” appears to be made of precious grains like corn, rice, and poppy, flax, and sesame seeds rather than precious metals.

Pan de Oro’s Multi-Grain Tortilla Chips are among the minority of chips in the market today, that even without them indicating that their chips are all natural on the packaging, we could tell with just one bite.  These chips proudly carry just about every healthy label that one chip can support.  To top it all off, they are loaded with whole grains and seeds that add great texture and flavor to the chips.

Pan de Oro’s tortilla chips are semi-thick, but not very dense, with a hearty, and yet crispy and airy crunch.  You can definitely taste the difference in the quality of grains and seeds being used, as well as, the cooking technique.  These multi-grain chips explore a wonderfully rich nuttiness that seems to pop with toasty baked flavor.  They remind us an awful lot of some other really great multi-grain chip – Wild Riceworks.

Another fine tortilla chip from Pan de Oro. We sure wish these chips were available locally, they would definitely be a part of our standard tortilla chip rotation.

As always, these are our thoughts, we would love to hear what you think. Agree or disagree, let us know.

Chips provided to Chip Review from Pan de Oro for review

Chip Ratings Scale:

(1/4 increments)

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©© tolerable

©©© – notable

©©©© – lip-smacking

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