FRIED SPICY PEARLS: A savoury mixture of tiny pearls of gram or chickpea flour, khara boondi packs a spicy punch. It is a traditional savoury that is made for festivals and may also be used as a topping for unsweetened yoghurt, delicacies such as bisibele bhath in Karnataka, or chaats in north India.
TASTE & OCCASION: A flavoursome mixture of tiny fried pearls of gram flour and six different spice powders, the Khara Boondi from Anand Sweets is high on flavours and comes with a fresh crunch. The mixture is generously garnished with fresh peanuts and cashews. The chilli powder does not overwhelm the palate and the snack may be enjoyed even by children. The low glycemic index of gram flour makes it a healthy, anytime snack.
Gram Flour, Edible Vegetable Oil, Edible Common Salt, Red Chilli, Powder, Nutmeg Powder, Mace Powder, Cloves, Dried Ginger Powder, and Seed Powder.
SHELF-LIFE & STORAGE
Packed in a decorative chevron-patterned box, the Anand Sweets Khara Boondi stays fresh and crisp when stored in a cool place away from sunlight. It’s best had within six months of purchase.