Popular takeaway meals are now crisp flavours
The Co-op has launched a brand new range of crisps inspired by the nation’s favourite fast food meals
We've all suffered the desperation of yearning for a fat, greasy takeaway meal – and equally, we've all been forced to resist temptation for the greater good of our bank balances and blood vessels.
The cheeky and highly important dive into the nearest kebab shop after a night out is a ritual so important that even the Archbishop of Canterbury has often been seen staggering home on a Sunday night, stuffing handfuls of cheesy chips into his mouth before his Sunday morning sermons.
Because people sometimes feel guilty for having clogged up their heart with literally tonnes of salt and spent the equivalent of a Range Rover on an undercooked chicken burger, the Co-op has stepped in to offer a much cheaper and less harmful alternative to the dash to the local takeaway.
The supermarket has started filling its shelves with packets of crisps designed to taste exactly like takeaway favourites. Priced at between £1 and £1.70 a bag, the crisps serve as an inexpensive and convenient alternative to the real things.
Flavours produced to satisfy the tongues of Britain include Spiced Chicken Kebab and Katsu Curry. Bags of Dirty Fries are also available, which are chip-shaped crisps covered with spicy cheese.
Never can anyone complain about spending too much on a takeaway ever again; unless someone ends up buying about three hundred packets of the crisps – but that would just be stupid.
What’s your go-to takeaway meal?