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Onion Bhaji snacks

£3.00

So, who doesn’t love an onion bhaji? But we have to say there are times where a gorgeous spiced fritter isn’t quite going to work. For those occasions that would otherwise be sans-bhaji, may be introduce you to Howdah’s bag of crunchy, punchy half moon shapes, flavoured with onion, turmeric and a zing of chilli.

They are gorgeous with a cold beer, but they’ll be just as satisfying standing at the bus stop on a grey Tuesday evening or devoured at your desk with your mic on mute.

And for every pack you buy, a child in India gets a free school meal to help them enjoy and appreciate school.

Family business Howdah pride themselves on making great snacks with an authentically South Asian taste. Founder Falu Shah came up with the idea after friends continually asked her to bring bags of snacks back from India. 

We also love the simplicity of Howdah’s ‘one snack, one meal’ model - so you know that for every bag there’s one child getting the school lunch they need in order to continue learning.

Semolina (Wheat), Gram Flour, Rice Flour, Palmolein Oil, Ground Spices (Turmeric Powder, Mango Nectar Powder, Onion Powder, Black Salt), Starch, Red Chilli Powder, Salt

Suitable for Vegans

For allergens, including Cereals containing Gluten, see ingredients in bold.

May Contain Eggs. May Contain Milk. May Contain Nuts. May Contain Peanuts. May Contain Sesame. Contains Wheat. Free From Artificial Colours. Free From Artificial Flavours. Free From Artificial Preservatives. Packed in a facility that also handles Peanuts, Nuts, Sesame, Milk & Egg.

So, who doesn’t love an onion bhaji? But we have to say there are times where a gorgeous spiced fritter isn’t quite going to work. For those occasions that would otherwise be sans-bhaji, may be introduce you to Howdah’s bag of crunchy, punchy half moon shapes, flavoured with onion, turmeric and a zing of chilli.

They are gorgeous with a cold beer, but they’ll be just as satisfying standing at the bus stop on a grey Tuesday evening or devoured at your desk with your mic on mute.

And for every pack you buy, a child in India gets a free school meal to help them enjoy and appreciate school.