|13.||Vegetable Crisps (Chips)|
As we all know, crisps are normally made from potatoes.
In England, we discovered crisps made from the above-mentioned root vegetables and tubers, all mixed together in a 50g aluminium bag.
According to the packaging, the crisps are fried in sunflower oil.
The manufacturer of these vegetable crisps is the Caffè Alba company in London (www.caffealba.co.uk).
Although sprinkled with sea salt, they taste more sweet than salty. The product can be said to taste good.
The packaging emphasises that the crisps are “pan-fried”, i.e. fried by hand in pan-fryers.
These vegetable crisps can also be produced using the pan-fryers in our “Industry” series. We also have a large range of peeling machines to help with peeling. – Further details with regard to fryers and peeling machines can be found on our Internet site.
|section A.||-||Peeling machines, peeling systems, peeling technology and|
||French fry (UK: chips), potato chip (UK: crisps), pellet-, onion and vegetable deep-fat frying systems; frying systems for Swiss Roesti (potato cakes), German potato cakes; deep fat frying systems for custom products|