It’s not the oddest flavor around; that might go to the Sriracha, Chicken And Waffles, or Cheesy Garlic Bread trio coming from Lay’s as part of a contest. In fact, it seems a little redundant with the world of side-dishes. Still, it sounds rather delicious.
Ruffles MAX has announced a Beer-Battered Onion Ring flavored potato chip variety. The goal is to combine two men-oriented things, such as beer-battered onions rings and the Ruffles MAX brand, which is all about bringing real-world dish flavors to the potato chip form factor, Huffington Post reports.
The Beer-Battered Onion Ring flavor joins the other two Rufflex MAX tastes, Loaded Bacon and Cheddar Potato Skins and Smokehouse Style BBQ Flavored chips. What makes the onion-flavored potato chips different than the Sour Cream and Onion variety? Knock out the sour cream and pour in the beer.
These may go over well with a pint or two when watching the game with friends, sure, but there’s greater potential here. Instead of just using the chips as-is, you can always grind and crush them up and use them as a coating for chicken tenders, porkchops, and the like. How does Ruffles MAX Beer-Battered Onion Ring Flavored Potato Chip Crusted Chicken Tenders sound to you? It’s very little work for a large amount of success.