Japan's Sukiyaki Pringles sounds a perfect match


Hot pot in potato chip form

The closest thing I've had to sukiyaki (hot pot) was a variation where it replaced the meat with tofu. As a lover of vegetables, the warm meal's mixture of various things felt good and comforting. In fact, it made me interested in the original version.

Since I heard that the meat is the tastiest part of the dish, it's interesting that Pringles' new flavor might stop people from fighting over the best part. As sukiyaki-flavored Pringles become a thing in Japan's Kanto region, everyone will get to have each ingredient while they consume each chip. 

The chips hit the area on Jan. 30, and they're available in a three-pack box for  ¥600 (around U.S. $5.41). From the looks of it, this sounds like a tasty deal that won't resort to a sukiyaki battle royale. Seeing that meat and vegetables tend to go well together, I could see this being an amazing Pringles flavor.

[via SoraNews24]

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