Missing Kornets? Here Are Other Chips That Taste (And Look) Just Like It!

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Once upon a time, we had these cone-shaped corn chips called Kornets. You know, those chips you'd put on the tip of your fingers and then it one by one? Yes, if you're a millennial or Gen Z, then you know what we're talking about!

These chips were manufactured by the Granny Goose brand, which is also behind other famous chips such as Tortillos, but unfortunately, Kornets got discontinued. Along with it is a part of our childhood that can never be brought back unless it makes its much-awaited comeback.

While nothing can replicate the Kornets experience to a tee, there are other chips out there that look and taste similar. These are your next best options for the Kornets-deprived kid-at-heart adults.

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Here are other chips that taste like Granny Goose's Kornets:

House Tongari Corn Chips

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These Japanese-branded corn chips are expensive and the size isn't that big, but it does have the same pointed look and it does taste similar to Kornets, which is a steep price we're willing to pay to satisfy such cravings. The House Tongari flavors you should watch out for are the Baked Corn and the Plain Salt, but they do have other interesting flavors like Peanut Butter and Salt Vanilla if you're feeling adventurous.

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You can buy House Tongari Corn Chips online for P126 per pack at the official S&R Membership Shopping Shopee Mall page, or you can check the international section of your supermarket or Korean groceries if they have them, too.

Orion Turtle Chips

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Korea also has a great dupe for Kornets and it's called the Orion Turtle Chips! These don't have the same pointy cone look like Kornets, as the chip's shape does resemble a turtle's shell, but the Corn Soup flavor will make you remember the sweet flavor of Kornets.

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Compared to the House Tongari Corn Chips, the Orion Turtle Chips are more affordable as it's only P69 per pack. The Orion Turtle Chips line also has interesting flavors like Injeolmi, Choco Churros, and Sweet Vanilla.

You can buy these chips online or you can go to your neighborhood Korean supermarket and check if they have stocks of these chips too.

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