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Snack #1: Haldiram’s Plain Bhujia

Name: Haldiram’s Plain Bhujia

At the top of the Indian crunchy snack food charts this week is Haldiram’s Plain Bhujia.

Haldiram’s Plain Bhujia

Flavor: Slightly spicy with a mild sweet aftertaste.
Awesome Because: It’s highly addictive. It’s also fun to add into stuff like dal as well.

Ingredients: It’s made from tepary beans, Gram Pulse Flour (Chickpea Flour), Oil and various spices.

Special Note: It’s worth noting that the snack is both vegan and gluten free (though it doesn’t specifically state this; it is made in a facility that processes nuts though).

Haldiram’s is a huge maker of all types of consumables from crunchies to sweets. Based out of India but they do lots of exporting.

Special Note2: Rood learned of this food via the legendary taxi driver food place called Punjabi Deli in New York City.

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5 comments on “Snack #1: Haldiram’s Plain Bhujia

  1. […] plain, it’s a welcome change. Aloo Bhujia are we going steady? Don’t get your hopes up as Plain Bhujia is kind of my thing. I’ll stop to check on you from time to time though. #gallery-1 { margin: […]

  2. […] previously written about Haldirams here, here and here.  The flavors I buy most frequently are the plain Bhujia, Aloo Bhujia. The other flavor I buy […]

  3. […] The Kashmiri Mixture is much spicier than Khatta Meetha or their Plain Bhujia offerings. The mix features a few unique ingredients. The potato sticks are small and slender but […]

  4. […] tepary bean and lentil flour based crunchies provide a lovely texture and peppery kick to the soup. Bhujia is also a great option. Plus they add a dash of […]

  5. […] I added in some crunch. In this version boondi was used. Other recommended Indian snacks include bhujia and sev. It’s a hybrid food admittedly but it’s […]

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