Recently, I stumbled upon the first and only banana chips made of giant saba and cooked in coconut oil – Banana Chief’s. This is perfect for those individuals who are into gluten-free, vegan and organic diet. The banana chips are rich in Potassium and Fiber which are good for your body.
Saba, a variety of banana, originated in the Philippines. Its official designation is Musa acuminata x balbisiana (ABB Group) ‘Saba’. It is usually eaten raw or cooked into various desserts such as turon, maruya and banana chips. Banana Chief’s Giant Banana Chips features three signature flavors: Ripe, Salted and Pinoy BBQ. I was able to try the last two flavors. Here are my take on each flavors:
I love barbecue flavor since I grew up as a heavy meat eater. It was not too smoky in flavor and it had the right amount of kick to it. The bbq flavor did not overpower the taste of the banana chips. It was crispy and lite. I can recommend Pinoy BBQ flavored Banana Chief’s Giant Banana Chips as a healthier alternative to potato chips. My verdict? I’ll give it an ACE.
I’m not a fan of salted chips since I’m an advocate of low salt diet. Surprisingly, I loved the Salted flavored Banana Chief’s Giant Banana Chips. It was not too salty and oily. My score? I’ll give it a HIT.
If you’re into snacks which can be a healthier alternative to potato chips, try the Banana Chief’s Giant Banana Chips. See the big difference and enjoy the nutritional value without compromising the taste. It is a proud Filipino product that can boast world class quality. Make way for the chief of all banana chips – Banana Chief’s Giant Banana Chips!
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