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Ingredients Kurkure – Kurkure is a Healthy Snack

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Kurkure is a New Age Namkeen. You can have Kurkure either directly or you can add additional ingredients including onions, tomato, pinch of lemon juice, etc to make it more tastier. These additional ingredients are easily available at home.

To talk about the actual ingredients that makes up Kurkure. To start with I would like to clear a doubt that most of the readers on this blog maybe having and that is there is “no plastic in Kurkure“. Kurkure is made of edible ingredients including rice meal, corn meal, gram meal, high quality edible vegetable oil, seasoning, salt, spices and condiments and flavours. All these ingredients that I have mentioned here are also used by us in our day-to-day household cooking purposes as they are edible items used in every household kitchen.

To sum up with, I would like to say that Kurkure is one of the safest and one of the healthiest snack that I have known and it is surely good for health.

Written by pure007

August 29, 2008 at 6:28 am

Eat Kurkure and Do Not Say No to Kurkure

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I am not with junk food much. But when it comes to Kurkure, it is different. There have been rumors all around these days regarding Kurkure. The rumor has gone to such an extent that people are telling their friends that “kurkure contains plastic“, “say no to kurkure“, “plastic in kurkure“, “kurkure harmful to health” some are even saying “don’t eat kurkure“. Is it really a reality or a marketing gimmick?

The truth is totally different from what is being pictured. Kurkure does not contain plastic. Yeah, you read it right, there is no plastic in Kurkure. You must be thinking, how can I say that so confidently. I have come across this fact through a genuine source on the web. Visit this link for details: http://fritolayindia.blogspot.com/2008/08/message-from-gautham-mukkavilli.html.

Let me tell you my friends, if Kurkure really contained plastic then people would have quited it long back. Sending unnecessary mails without any relevant proof is so bad. As for the link I have provided above, it clearly states that Kurkure complies with the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act and Rules that govern the manufacture, distribution and sale of Kurkure.

So next time, you visit a grocery shop and see that packet of Kurkure, don’t worry at all. Grab hold of it. Happy Munching!