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Kurkure ab Aur Bhi Tasty, Aur Bhi Mazedaar

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Kurkure ab Aur Bhi Tasty, Aur Bhi Mazedaar. Bahu Remix ko bhaya, aapne khaya??

Rumours that Kurkure contains plastic are completely baseless & malicious.

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This kurkure plastic burning rumor has been going on for quite a while now but it is completely untrue.

The reason it burns like plastic because it contains carbohydrate in the form of corn starch and 30% oil, which causes Kurkure to burn.

For that matter try burning any kind of namkeens or gol gappas, the result would be the same. The information shared here is, therefore, totally baseless. AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Science) has also issued a letter saying that they have not issued any such chain mails. For info, visit http://bit.ly/Kurkure-FAQ.

Now, pepsiCo will take strict legal action against unscrupulous elements spreading these rumours and has also issued a public notice in this regard. Please visit http://kurkure.co.in/CautionNotice.pd

Enjoy Kurkure and Do not Spread Rumors!

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January 22, 2014 at 9:53 am

New Kurkure Rajma TVC

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April 27, 2010 at 1:29 pm

Video Making of ‘Kurkure Rajma Ad’

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Hey Everybody,

I didn’t find the actual ad yet but the making of the Kurkure Funjabi Kadhai Masala Ad, sharing it here:

New Kurkure Funjabi Kadhai Masala

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Hey Everybody,
Afer a long time, I found something interesting on Kurkure to post on this blog. The new Kurkure flavor is out and that is the Kurkure Funjabi Kadhai Masala in Rajma flavor. Funjabi Kadhai Masala is made with Rajma and embellished with the aroma of cinnamon, clove, black cardamom and hint of tangy tomato. With the ingredients, it is easy to make out that this new Kurkure is from the kitchens of Punjab. Has anyobdy tasted it?

The ad launch of the new Kurkure Funjabi Kadhai Masala was amazing. For the ones who haven’t seen the ad yet, just a brief review only for you.

The ad as usual has Juhi as the main character. She is a mom in this ad. The ad has been shot with the DDLJ (Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge) background, they have taken the scene where Raj comes to meet Simran in the farms of Punjab in India. But here instead of Simran, it is the mom who comes running to meet her son. The funny part out here is that she ends up hugging the scare-crow that you usually see in the Indian farms to keep off the crows from pecking the crops and thereby destroying it. She corrects herself soon and finally meets her grand-son.

The ad is funny but at the same time brings you back to your Indian roots that is how I get it.

If any of you have seen the new ad, do write your views on the same. Would love to hear’em? In the meantime, what I am going to do is find the official video for the ad and share it with you here.

Keep posting your views here, ciao!

Written by pure007

February 23, 2010 at 2:32 pm

Do Not Say No To Kurkure Chilli Chatka

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Kurkure is a snack that is liked by people of all ages and every nationality. I read a review by a foreign chef on the tasty and delicious snack i.e. Kurkure Chilli Chatka.

This is what he had to say,

Back from the Indian food store, second trip, for this Frito Lay product from India. What surprised me was the bag was mostly in English.

Chatka from what I saw online means burn.

What you get is a product that looks very much like a cheeto, a bit smaller imo on most pieces.

The color this time is brownish with some seasoning on it

The brownish color must be from the graham meal they are using. It also includes rice and corn meal as well.

A regular cheeto only has corn meal in it.

The seasoning includes chili, onion powder, fennel, garlic powder, coriander powder, black pepper, ajwain, and cumin

The flavor though was amazing. Heat level though was not much, but you can taste it.

A big thumbs up, but can you find it locally though???

(You can find the original review at http://www.discusscooking.com/forums/f26/kurkure-chilli-chatka-review-59369.html)

This is what a foreigner had to say about the famous Indian snack “Kurkure”. And we in Indian believe in rumours that Kurkure contains plastic. It is time to think proactively. We as consumers cannot be deceived by any rumour that is spread by any miscreant.

Jago Grahak, Jago!

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August 6, 2009 at 4:24 pm

Kurkure South Special – Don’t Say No to Kurkure

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Kurkure has launched a new, delicious localized flavor known as “South Special” in South India.

Kurkure Healthy Snack

Kurkure Healthy Snack

I shall provide you with more information about the new Kurkure variant here that has been launched in South India.

Kurkure, one of India’s most loved snack food brands has brought a new, regional flavour to the South market and offers another reason for consumers to snack smart while retaining the delightful taste of authentic South Indian spices!

Called ‘South Special’, this new flavour has been created, using special spices with a dash of curry leaves designed to tingle the taste buds of consumers in South India.

Made using rice, corn and gram blended with a variety of flavors, consumers can now SnackSmart™ and enjoy the great taste of Kurkure products, cooked in high quality edible vegetable oil.

The new flavour derives itself from spices that put Indian food on a pedestal and as the name suggests, it celebrates the local cuisine & taste of the region! For Kurkure lovers, their very own tedha shaped snack will offer them a wider variety to choose from!

So people, do not say no to Kurkure but rather eat Kurkure, the tasty Indian namkeen snack.

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May 28, 2009 at 5:33 am