Kurmure Time Pass
Taste test: This snack from Nepal was just the second one from that country that we've reviewed, and the concept was a lot like Kurkure, which isn't from Nepal but from neighboring India.
This flavor of Kurmure had the same Crunch Cheetos-ike shapes as the first flavor that we tried, chicken, with a light orange color overall and some dark orange in the crevices.
We crunched in to find a nice crunch and a strong kick of spices with moderate heat, a really nice flavor, very intense. We shared the bag with lots of snackers, and people were all impressed by the taste.
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Smell test: Mild mix of spices with tomato.
From the package: “The perfect combo for chai-time masti with the entire family. Now in an all new pack.” ... “NO Added MSG” ... “This package of Kurmure Timepass contains added monosodium gultamate [sic] (not recommended for infants below 12 months)” ... “Ingredients: Rice Meal, Corn Meal, Edible Oil, Gram Meal, Spices & Condiments and Salt.”
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This snack was discovered by Jeremy at Little India, Somerville, Massachusetts. Review published .
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