Loaded with texture and flavor, these chips pack a sweet nuttiness from toasted sesame seeds and protein-rich chickpeas. Less salty than your average potato chips, a warm spice profile of cumin and coriander, along with the scallion-like asafetida, compliments their light crunch in this fun take on murukku, a Southern Indian street food. Fried in non-GMO canola oil, these certified gluten-free chips are made with American sourced grain and are free of corn or soy.
Ingredients: chickpea flour, long grain rice flour, medium grain rice flour, sunflower oil, canola oil, dehydrated potatoes, rice starch, sea salt, black sesame seeds, black chia seeds, red quinoa, cumin seeds, white sesame seeds, cayenne pepper, asafetida.
Since releasing her first cookbook in 2000, Maya Kaimal has helped educate and expand the horizons for a new generation of home cooks through her welcoming approach to the rich flavors of regional Indian cuisine. With a commitment to bold flavors and high-quality ingredients, Maya Kaimal is proud to offer you and your family a truly fresh approach to Indian snacks and flavors.Read more