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Cornflakes chivda is a crisp, crunchy, sweet & savory fried mixture made with corn flakes, dry fruits and spices. It is a type of Chivda that is also known as Corn Poha or Makai Ka Chiv..
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Poha chivda is a crisp, crunchy, sweet & savory fried mixture made with flattened rice, dry fruits and spices. It is made with Rice, Peanuts, Curry Leaves, Cashew Nuts, Curry Leaves, ..
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Dry Kachori is a deep fried crispy and crunchy balls of maida flour stuffed with spicy mix of gram flour and other spices. Unlike normal kachoris, it can be stored for few weeks to couple of months an..
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Madras Mixt offers you a tempting mix of dried nuts, rotisserie beaten rice and the fascinating kinds of exemplary Indian flavors...
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Banana chips (once in a while called banana crisps), with causes in Kerala, India are dried, by and large fresh cuts of bananas (products of herbaceous plants of the family Musa of the delicate, sweet..
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Bakarwadi’', or bhākarwadi, is a traditional Marathi sweet and spicy snack. It is made from gram flour dough made into spirals stuffed with a mixture of coconut, poppy seeds and sesame seeds. It is th..
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Chakli is a savoury snack from Maharashtra. It is a spiral shaped snack with a spiked surface. It has several variations, depending on the types and proportion of flours used. Murukku, a similar ..
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Samosa Patti are the long broad strips made of wheat or maida flour. This serves as an outer covering for different kinds of stuffing. It should be crisp but not too flaky...
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Ribbon Pakoda is typically prepared as festival snacks especially for ganesh chaturthi and diwali / deepavali. generally, ribbon murukku is prepared with rice flour and besan flour dough which is late..
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Boondi is a water droplet size deep fried crispy Indian snack prepared from gram flour and few spices..
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Little crisp round shaped spiced Indian crackers made from wheat flour are baked in the oven to add to the extra nutrition. The little crispies are use in chaats like Bhel Puri, Papdi chaat, and many ..
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Banana chips (sometimes called banana crisps), with origins in Kerala, India are dried, generally crispy slices of bananas. They can be covered with sugar or honey and have a sweet taste, or are more ..
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