Do you want to make happy a young Spaniard living abroad? Buy a bag of sunflower seeds (called pipas in Spain). Eating pipas is a lot of work, as you have to eat the seed and not the sell, but it is worth, and with you will be fully skilled after eating a couple of bags. In Spain you can also get the sunflower seed already peeled, but they are much less popular, because the most entertaning part of eating pipas is to peel them! Usually pipas are heavily or lighlty salted, but Tijuana pipas are different. They are covered with a special BBQ sauce, slightly spicy that makes them unique and delicious. Be careful, they are delicious, fun and highly adictive.
- One of the most popular snacks for the young Spaniards, when they go outdoors, or while they are studing (sometimes they even eat them during the classes, if the teacher can´t see them!)
- Eating pipas is a lot of work, as you have to eat the seed and not the sell, but it is worth, and with you will be fully skilled after eating a couple of bags
- Covered with a special BBQ sauce, slightly spicy that makes them unique and delicious
- Contains wheat, soya and milk
- Not suitable vegetarians
BBQ Toasted Sunflower seeds. Sunflower seeds (90%), salt, sugar, inactive yeast, hydrolyzed SOYA and corn protein, flavour enhancers: monosodium glutamate E 5′, disodium ribonucleotides, maltodextrin (WHEAT and corn), aromatics (WHEAT, barley and MILK),powder garlic and jalapeño, colorants, natural caramel and paprika extract, smoke aromatic spice extracts.