The Maya Kaimal Naan Crisps are Made from Leavened Bread

By: Misel Saban - Dec 10, 2015
References: mayakaimal & trndmonitor
Naan is a popular Indian flatbread traditionally made in a round clay oven with a smokey flavor that is used as the base for the Maya Kaimal chip snacks. Similar to pita chips, the Maya Kaimal flavored Naan Chips feature a crunchy, thick and bread-like texture based off of popular Indian cuisine. The chips are topped with an array of flavors and seasonings made from exotic ingredients.

Traditionally chips are made from potatoes, but breads cooked longer also make for an equally crunchy snack. These crisps are made from miniature naan bread that is slightly more cooked to replicate a crunchy texture. The chips come in an array of familiar and tropical flavors including Sea Salt, Rosemary and Almost Everything with poppy seed and onion.

The Naan Chips offer consumers a familiar way to try an exotic cuisine.