Skip to content

United King Khajla (Cereal Ball) 200g

Original price $5.18 - Original price $5.18
Original price
$5.18 - $5.18
Current price $5.18
in stock, ready to be shipped
Request a Quote for Bulk Pricing

Indulge in the traditional delight of United King Khajla, a beloved cereal ball that holds a special place in the hearts of Indian immigrants and aficionados of Indian cuisine. This exquisite treat, often enjoyed during the holy month of Ramadan and on festive occasions, is a testament to the rich culinary heritage of the Indian subcontinent, offering a unique combination of taste, texture, and cultural significance.

United King Khajla is meticulously crafted from a blend of wholesome cereal flours, carefully shaped into a ball or ring-like structure, and then deep-fried to achieve a golden, crispy exterior. The inside of this delightful cereal ball remains soft and fluffy, providing a delightful contrast to the crunchy outer layer. This combination of textures makes Khajla a pleasure to savor, bite after delicious bite.

Often enjoyed as a part of the pre-dawn meal, Sehri, during Ramadan, Khajla is not just a food item; it's a cultural icon. Its rich, satisfying taste and filling nature make it a popular choice for sustaining energy throughout the day. United King, a trusted name in authentic Indian and Pakistani cuisine, ensures that each Khajla is prepared with the utmost care and the finest ingredients, preserving the authenticity and flavors that have been cherished for generations.

Khajla can be enjoyed on its own, or paired with milk, yogurt, or chai, turning it into a versatile treat that can be tailored to individual tastes. Whether you're seeking a hearty start to your day, a comforting snack, or a way to connect with cultural traditions, United King Khajla offers a delightful experience that goes beyond mere sustenance.

Savor the rich flavors and delightful textures of United King Khajla, and let this traditional cereal ball transport you to the bustling streets and warm, welcoming homes of the Indian subcontinent, where every bite tells a story of culture, tradition, and culinary artistry.