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Ross Oven Crunchies

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Ross Oven Crunchies were light knobbley potato pieces formed into a cyclinder shape, kind of like hash browns but without the onion. I used to love them but you can't seem to get them anymore.


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Ross Oven Crunchies Last post by remember
04 March 2008

Do You Remember Ross Oven Crunchies?

Do You Remember Ross Oven Crunchies?

  • Anonymous user
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    Mc Cain. Hash brown is the closest thing I found to an oven crunchie but you have to shallowait or deep fry...oven just doesn't cut it. I will try the Morrisons though.
  • Anonymous user
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    Was only thinking about these today so googled to see if they are still around, and apparently Morrison's make a version of them so will be looking in freezer next week ;)
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved oven crunchies .they made a change from chips. The trouble was I could just keep eating them .Someone should bring them back.
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved oven crunchies, last time I found some was in 2004 in Kyoto... apparently they're the UK version of Tater Tots from the US which are still available over there. Must be some way of getting some shipped over!
  • Anonymous user
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    My mate Marco used to eat pie and oven crunchies every day for lunch, I was never too keen
  • Anonymous user
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    morrisons now sell a very similar product,I think they're called potato crunchies
  • Anonymous user
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    I loved them and miss them as haven't found anything as good. I'm a hash brown fan buteven they cannot replace the oven crunchie
  • Anonymous user
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    Oh yes - I remember these. I quite liked them, but I don't really miss them now, considering the vast range of potato-based frozen products that have since become available! I think the advertising tagline went something like "A great alternative to chips!".