We like Dang Foods Asian-American snacks so much, that they’ve become a snack of choice to serve to people who drop by for tea or a glass of wine.
The line comprises creative combinations of Eastern and Western flavors and ingredients, all plant-based whole foods with nothing artificial.
Founded by two Thai-American brothers, their original Coconut Chips were toasted, slightly sweetened coconut strips based on an original recipe from their mother (the brand is named for her).
Everything they’ve made since is equally outstanding.
1. DANG COCONUT CHIPS
We love these coconut chips, straight from the bag. We also use them to garnish:
The chips have a naturally sweet flavor and are slightly sweetened with coconut sugar; but they have less grams of sugar and as much fiber as a medium apple.
The chips are available in:
Dang Sticky Rice Chips have a new name: Thai Rice Chips.
Many Americans aren’t familiar with sticky rice, sticky rice, also called sweet rice and glutinous rice, is used throughout Asia.
It is a subspecies (Oryza sativa var. glutinosa) in the rice genus: round-grained rice and recognizable by its sticky, gluelike texture when cooked. It’s a treat!
The rice is cooked and bound with coconut milk and watermelon juice, then toasted to crispy perfection.
Like the Coconut Ships, Thai Rice Chips—previously known as Sticky Rice Chips—are irresistable. We can’t stop eating them from the bag, but also:
Dang has keto-friendly snack bars with no added sugar:
Dang means famous in the Thai language. In English, these snacks are dang good.
That makes this line a double-dang treat of a line that you should try, soon.
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