Maganlal Peanut Chikki

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  • Over 125-year-old legacy
  • 2,000 kg chikki sold daily
  • Shelf life of three months
  • Traditional Indian hard candy
  • Brittle brown squares
  • Made with peanuts and jaggery
  • Healthy substitute for chocolates
  • Great festive snack
  • One of the brand’s highest-selling products
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Think Lonavala. Think Maganlal Chikki.

 

The story of the humble chikki – a traditional Indian sweet usually made with nuts, jaggery, glucose, and sugar – goes back more than 125 years. Maganlal Agarwal and his sons Ambalal and Mohanlal began to make and sell guddani – a crude form of chikki – in front of the Lonavala railway statio...

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About Maganlal Chikki, Lonavala

Think Lonavala. Think Maganlal Chikki.

 

The story of the humble chikki – a traditional Indian sweet usually made with nuts, jaggery, glucose, and sugar – goes back more than 125 years. Maganlal Agarwal and his sons Ambalal and Mohanlal began to make and sell guddani – a crude form of chikki – in front of the Lonavala railway station in 1888. The crunchy, delicious, and nutritious snack soon became the talk of the town. Passengers would make a beeline for the sweet outside their shop and sometimes missed their trains in the bargain. The Railways gauged the candy’s popularity and requested the Agarwals to supply it on trains. Before fulfilling the huge order, the entrepreneurs branded their product Chikki – a name they felt resonated with the young and old alike.

Today Lonavala alone has 63 Maganlal Chikki franchises. Agarwals’ chikki manufacturing unit has been selected as a pilot project by UNIDO, FICCI (quality forum), and Maratha Chamber of Commerce (Pune) with a view to promote small-scale industries. The plant, equipped with custom-made machines from companies of international repute, is certified by Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point for adhering to codex standards.

With coordinated teamwork and evolving strategies, the company has achieved enviable daily sales of 2,000 kg and is targeting 5,000 kg in the near future. The third generation of entrepreneurs now carries forward the rich legacy of Maganlal Chikki.

 

Specialities

 

Maganlal Chikki today offers over 30 varieties such as such as groundnut crush chikki, cashew chikki, til (sesame) chikki, chana (Bengal gram) chikki, kurmura (puffed rice) chikki, and rajgira (amaranth) chikki. The company has also diversified into products such as fudges, salty snacks, jelly sweets, jams, and fruit syrup. 

Specifications of Maganlal Peanut Chikki

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Peanut chikki or brittle is a popular sweet treat not just in India but elsewhere as well. However, the traditional Indian chikki is usually made with jaggery – which gives it a rich brown hue. Maganlal Chikki Peanut Chikki is one of the brand’s highest-selling products. It is made by mixing roasted peanuts in heated syrup of sugar and jaggery. The concoction is laid out on a tray and cut into squares. The pieces are allowed to cool down to give you sweet, crunchy candies. Packed with all the iron and proteins of peanuts, they are really good for health. Eating them in winter keeps the body warm. Kids love them as they make for a great substitute for chocolates. Chikki is most popular during festivals such as Uttarayan (Gujarati kite festival) and Makar Sankranti (Hindu harvest festival).

FEATURES
  • Traditional Indian hard candy
  • Brittle brown squares
  • Made with peanuts and jaggery
  • Healthy substitute for chocolates
  • Great festive snack
  • One of the brand’s highest-selling products
SHELF LIFE & STORAGE
  • Shelf life of three months
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight
INGREDIENTS
  • Roasted peanuts
  • Jaggery
  • Glucose
  • Sugar
  • Vegetable oil
  • Permitted flavours 
NUTRITION FACTS

Per serving of 100g


Fats

25.23 g

Protein

15.55 gm

Carbohydrates

52.92 g

Energy

501 Kcal

Priyanka's Serving Ideas

Sweet Peanut Butter

Relish Maganlal Peanut Chikki in a rich buttery avatar that’s uniquely sweet instead of the store-bought salty spread. Use it with your salami or grilled-cheese sandwiches for an out-of-the-world experience.

Ingredients:-

  • Maganlal Chikki Peanut Chikki – 1 cup
  • Refined vegetable oil – ½ cup
  • Salt  - a pinch

Preparation:-

  • Blend Maganlal Peanut Chikki and salt in a grinder
  • Slowly mix the oil in the peanut blend till you get a thick sauce-like consistency
  • Your sweet peanut butter is ready
  • Make salami or grilled cheese sandwiches with it
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