Chakri are golden brown, crunchy spirals made from gram flour, wheat flour, sesame seeds and spices. They are hard to resist when dunked in hot chai or as a snack with cold drinks. This savory, fiber-rich snack is a great cookie or cracker alternative.
Ratings & Reviews
These are WONDERFUL. I just wish they weren't made with wheat flourJoyce, Hays, KS
This is not an Indian inspired dish It is nothing like the real thing You should be a lot more spicy It is very artificial with the extra crunchiness possibly from chemicalsSurendra, Lihue, HI
Use as croutons for salads (along with nuts.com salad boost), in soups, chili, or just snacking. Was thinking about pulveriz8ng some to add to panko coating for air fried chicken. Very spicy and crunchy. I actually prefer them when they arrive somewhat crushed (they don’t crush into powder so much as mini Cheeto sized bites)Angela, New York, NY
Rock hard crumbles of what used to be whole charki. Flavor was sub par.Christopher, Gig harbor, WA
Wheat flour, gram flour, rice flour, white lentile flour, veg. refined palmolein oil, chilli powder, sesame seed, cumin seeds, turmeric, iodized salt. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 42g (~1.5 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||290|
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: India