SCOTS have been left drooling over a takeaway’s new salt and chilli Hula Hoops snack.
Sweet Sensations in Dunfermline, Fife, launched the new tasty £3.50 dish on Monday and they’ve already proved a hit among foodies.
The store also offers customers the option of adding curry or cheese to the ‘Salt and pepper Hula Hoops fries’ for a further 50p.
Images show the crisps deep fried and seasoned with spices to give them a little kick.
Diced green, yellow and red peppers are mixed amongst red chillies and white onion.
Sweet Sensations shared images of their new creation on Facebook on Monday writing: “New tonight!
“Salt and pepper Hula Hoops fries.
“Add curry or cheese for 50p.”
The post has now collected hundreds of likes and more than 480 comments who loved the idea.
Mel Donaldson said: “These look banging eh.”
Ammeg Nosmoht said: “I need these in my life!”
Catherine Doig said: “Why do they look so good?”
Tilz Loveridge said: “These look banging.”
However, one use was really not impressed.
Chris George said: “The state of these, c***s would salt and chilli their gran.”
This is not the first time that a takeaway has hit the headlines with their innovative salt and chilli meals.
In July, family-run Rolls Roys advertised a salt and pepper tattie scone, sending social media users into a frenzy.