Lay’s Canada recently announced the four 2015 Do Us a Flavour finalists.
Lay’s Wavy Cowboy BBQ Beans was submitted by Brenda Boghean of Calgary. Her flavor was inspired by rodeo food in Western Canada. So get the flavor of beans without the farting of beans.
Lay’s Original Butter Chicken was suggested by Darryl Francispillai of Mississauga, Ontario, and he looked at his South Asian heritage for inspiration. Despite its name, butter chicken is not just butter and chicken. There’s yogurt, spices, and other ingredients. After looking at a number of recipes to find out what butter chicken is, I now have a craving for butter chicken. Thanks, Darryl!
Lay’s Original Montreal Smoked Meat was turned in by Zdravko Gunjevic of Waterloo, Ontario and it was inspired by Quebec and named for that city’s deli favourite. This flavor is Canada’s Reuben.
Lay’s Original PEI Scalloped Potatoes was submitted by Jordan Cairns of Burlington, Ontario. His flavor was inspired by his favourite side dish at family dinners and the spuds’ cultivation in Atlantic Canada. What’s PEI? It stands for Prince Edward Island. Where’s that? I didn’t Google that far.
Voting for these flavors start on August 11. If you’ve tried any of them, share your thoughts about them in the comments.
(Hat tip to Trevor)