|Country of Origin||Made in India|
In 1877, during the reign of Maharaja Shri Dungar Singh, the first batch of Bhujia was produced in the princely state of Bikaner. Bhujia Sev is a mildly spicy and deep-fried Sev made from tepary beans (Moth Dal) and gram flour. In October 2008, Bikaneri Bhujia was granted GI Tag. In large parts of India, particularly Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Bihar, and West Bengal it is a standard accompaniment to any meal. This savory accompaniment adds texture and seasoning to classic Indian snacks like Upma, Poha, and Chaat. This delightful Bhujia Sev can also be eaten as an individual tea-time snack.