Fried channas are available in little bags on snack racks all over the country. When they’re done right they’re a little hollow on the inside: crunchy, but not hard. They’re a great addition to salads as well as a snack. All of the channas I’ve had here have been great except these, which were so hard they were almost inedible. I’m sure there must’ve just been a bad batch. These get a 2 of 10 if only because they didn’t live up to the basic standard of edibility. They get an extra point for having had the right seasoning at least. Purchased at the Food Fair on Grand Anse Main Road.
Chip-chip is unreal, as any combination of coconut, brown sugar, spices, and frying must inevitably be. These get a 9 of 10, minus one point because there’s no warning on the package how addictive this stuff is. I’m going to learn how to make this stuff in our own kitchen, but until then I’ll keep a few bags on hand. Purchased at the Food Fair on Grand Anse Main Road.