Indian Snacks

  • Indian Summer Rice Snack Mix Indian Summer Rice Snack Mix

    This is a great mix for those who like a lot of crunch with a touch of heat. Packed with coated peanuts, chili rice crackers, and wasabi rice crackers. This promises not to disappoint.

    $3.99/lb
  • Sing Bhujia (Masala Peanuts) Sing Bhujia (Masala Peanuts)

    Sing Bhujia is a traditional Indian treat. These spicy peanuts are made with gram flour and mango powder.

    $4.99/lb
  • Fennel Candy Fennel Candy

    These are the lovely multi-coloured sweets you get after an Indian restaurant meal. The combination of the aniseed tasting fennel seed and the candy coating really refreshes the mouth after a rich meal.

    $4.99/lb
  • Bhakarwadi Bhakarwadi

    Bhakarwadi is a delightfully crisp, irresistible crunchy snack made with wheat flour, gram flour, chili, cumin, coriander and other spices. It's delicious with your tea or coffee.

    $3.69/lb
  • Chana Chor Garam Chana Chor Garam

    These are cooked chick-peas that have been flattened, fried, and seasoned with spices.

    $3.99/lb
  • Samosas Samosas

    These bite-size, triangular pastries are made with whole wheat flour and chickpea flour. They are stuffed with fennel seeds, lentils and spices. Dip them in Coriander or Tamarind Chutney for a great snack.

    $3.99/lb
  • Madrasi Mix Madrasi Mix

    Madrasi Mix will open up your taste buds. Named after Madras (renamed Chennai), India's fifth largest city, this mix includes Peanuts, Lentils, Bhujia, Rice Flakes, Chili Powder, Salt, and Curry Leaves.

    $4.99/lb
  • Fried Onion Fried Onion

    Fried onions have a great hearty flavor. These onions are ideal for all kinds of garnishing or to add a sweet, rich aroma and taste to curries, pulaos, biryanis, noodles, and soups.

    $4.99/lb
  • Chakri Chakri

    These golden brown, crunchy spirals are made from gram flour, wheat flour, sesame seeds and spices. They are hard to resist when dunked in hot chai or munched on with cold drinks.

    $4.99/lb
  • Hot Banana Chips Hot Banana Chips

    These banana chips are slightly spiced with chili pepper. A different take on traditional sweet banana chips.

    $5.99/lb
  • Kachori Kachori

    These small, round pastry doughballs are made with whole wheat flour and chickpea flour. They are stuffed with a variety of tantalizing spices.

    $3.99/lb
  • Chevdo Chevdo

    Chevdo is an Indian snack made of rice flakes/corn flakes, split peas, cashews, peanuts, raisins, corn oil, potato stick, salt, sugar, curry leaves, turmeric powder, crushed chili powder

    $5.99/lb
  • Basmati Murmura (Puffed Rice) Basmati Murmura (Puffed Rice)

    Basmati Murmura (Puffed Rice) is a classic Indian cereal that has become popular throughout the world. Also known as mamra.

    $2.99/lb
  • Punjabi Mix Punjabi Mix

    For a real tongue tingling sweet, spicy and sour experience, try our Punjabi Mix. It includes Chick Pea Flour, Corn Oil, Chick Peas, Lentils, Split Peas, Cashews, Peanuts, Raisins, Rice Flakes, Chili, and more!

    $7.99/lb
  • Mixed Mukhwas Mixed Mukhwas

    Mixed mukhwas is an ever popular mouth freshener found in almost every Indian restaurant. It is made with fennel seeds, pumpkin seeds, sugar, flavoring, and a nutmeg-like seed called supari.

    $9.49/lb
  • Sev Sev

    Sev is a thin crispy noodle that is not too spicy. Sprinkle on soups and on tomato cucumber salads. Excellent for entertaining.

    $5.99/lb
  • Hot Mix Hot Mix

    Our hot mix is a delicious blend of Indian snacks. Rice flakes, lentils and nuts and raisins are mixed together to make this universally popular snack. Savory, spicy, sweet and tangy, this snack is a delight.

    $4.99/lb

From our family to yours, since 1929

Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“I've had this originally with a friend of mine on one of their holidays, though I don't remember which one now. I was a little apprehensive about it because every time I go looking for the Indian food I remember, I end up disappointed. This was a wonderful surprise, with the right amount of crunch and a flavor very close to what I remember.”

Jennifer, El Cerrito, CA September 13, 2014