Friday 30 September 2016

Is the Munch Box even better than the Spice Bag?

Published 29/10/2015 | 15:05

The munch box is a mammoth feast that could surely only be tackled on its own by a super-human.
The munch box is a mammoth feast that could surely only be tackled on its own by a super-human.

Spice bags have further skyrocketed in popularity after being voted Ireland’s favourite takeaway item but it seems the indulgent nosh could have a worthy rival.

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The munch box, which has also been churning out of chippers around the country for the past few months, is a mammoth feast that could surely only be tackled on its own by a super-human.

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The dish varies from place to place but essentially is compiled of chips, onions, battered chicken, chicken wings, onions and even beef ribs, all of which are doused in a spicy mix.

The dish is accompanied by curry sauce and is suggested to feed four normal people (or one who has had a few pints).

The spice bag’s presence has escalated on social media after it was crowned Ireland’s most popular take-away item at the JustEat.ie awards last week.

Typically made up of crispy chicken, chicken balls and chips shaken up with Chinese spices, the spice bag has been popping up around the country in 2015.

"This spicy miracle has cropped up all over the country in the last number of months and it’s easy to see why,” a spokesperson from JustEat.ie said.

“The humble paper bag exterior hides a taste explosion capable of curing any morning-after fear or elevating any Netflix marathon to the next level.”

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The Diebold family enjoying their spice bags at home.
The Diebold family enjoying their spice bags at home.

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