Wholesale Indian Snacks

Discover the authentic flavors of Indian snacks with Kalaji Wholesale. As a leading supplier of Wholesale Indian Snacks, Kalaji offers a wide range of savory delights. From crispy bhujia to tangy mixtures and more, their premium-quality snacks are perfect for businesses, events, or retail. Enjoy the convenience of bulk orders and elevate your snack offerings with Kalaji's irresistible and diverse selection of wholesale Indian snacks.

Here are some Kalaji Wholesale Indian Snacks:

1. Bhujia:

Bhujia is a popular Indian namkeen snack made from besan (gram flour) and spices. It has a crispy texture and a savory, spicy flavor. Bhujia is typically made by mixing besan with various spices like salt, chili powder, turmeric, and ajwain (carom seeds). The mixture is then shaped into thin strands or noodles and deep-fried until crispy. Bhujia is enjoyed as a standalone snack or used as a topping in chaats and other dishes.

2. Mixture:

Mixture is a combination of different savory ingredients mixed together to create a flavorful snack. The exact composition of the mixture can vary, but it often includes ingredients like fried lentils, peanuts, sev (crunchy chickpea flour noodles), rice flakes, and spices. Mixture can have a spicy and tangy flavor profile, with a crunchy texture from the various components. It is a popular snack during festivals and is enjoyed with tea or as an accompaniment to meals.

3. Masala Sev:

Masala Sev is a type of crispy, spicy namkeen made from besan (gram flour) and flavored with a blend of spices. It is typically made by mixing besan with spices like red chili powder, turmeric, and other seasonings. The mixture is then pressed through a sev maker or a sieve with small holes, creating thin strands that are deep-fried until golden and crispy. Masala Sev is enjoyed as a standalone snack or used as a topping in chaats and other dishes.

4. Katori:

Katori refers to a small bowl or cup-shaped snack made from a dough of various flours like chickpea flour (besan), rice flour, or wheat flour. The dough is rolled out and shaped into small cups, which are then deep-fried until crispy. Katori can be eaten on its own or filled with various savory fillings like chutneys, bhel mixture, or chaat ingredients. It adds a crunchy and edible container to hold other flavorsome ingredients.