Another one of those things that caught my eye in the Indian market. Even though BeetRoots and a carrot are featured on the front of the container, they aren’t the major ingredients. That goes to Pineapple (concentrate) and Orange Juice (concentrate), and water.
There are so many fruits and veggies in this blend…
- Passion Fruit
- Beet Root
- Green Pepper
Thankfully it tasted alright. The onion sauerkraut, and green pepper did make me hesitate before taking my first sip. It was like fruit juice from concentrate with only hints of the other parts.
Theses banana waffers/chips are seasoned with black pepper and salt.
Quite different from the sweet banana chips I’m used to seeing.
This snack from India is for those who like spirals. This is literally flour and spices in the shape of a spiral. This form does help to add texture to the snack.
Badam = Almond in language of India. Quite simply an almond “Milk” drink with almond bits mixed in. I enjoyed it but, could have done without the bits.
These are for a lack of a better word, like round chips. Good for the crunch, familiar and easy to eat. Bombay Magic also offers Masala flavored Puri, but “Puri for Bhel” is the neutral version. mainly flour, and light on the Indian spices.
A chocolate candy bar with caramel filling. Cadbury produces this candy bar for the consumers in India. I found it to be quite good but a little small compared to some of the comparable US candy bars.
The are other 5star candy bar variations: Crunchy, and “Fruit & Nut”. Hopefully I can find these other flavors at some point.