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Its other ingredients include moth dal, salt, red chilli, black pepper, cardamom, cloves, groundnut oil, etc.
The dough is formed into a snack by pressing through a sieve and deep frying in vegetable oil. It is famously known to be born in Bikaner, and over the years has not just become a characteristic product of Bikaner, but also a generic name.
Ingredients include specially roasted rice, mixtures of peanuts, various spiced pulses, seb (salty fried beans), coconut dried-ups, spices, salt, and mustard.
A famous crisp snack, originating from Bikaner, a town in the western state of Rajasthan, it is prepared by using gram flour and spices.
It's not without its faults, but Unstoppable is a brisk, solidly entertaining thriller from start to finish.
Scott has little time for characterisation or back story, preferring instead to kick things off via a pair of laughably incompetent rail yard employees roughly five minutes in, and then letting his leads fill in the blanks as we go along for the ride.
The near total lack of CGI means the film looks suitably gritty and the pace is utterly, utterly relentless - there's no time to breathe here, just set-piece after set-piece with only brief conversational respites to quickly set up the next danger faced by our blue-collar heroes.
This type of film never goes down too well with critics and you can predict the reviews already - yes Unstoppable IS cheesy, it IS forced, it IS derivative and has all the depth of a puddle, but if you want to switch your brain off for 100 minutes and sit back for a magnificently enjoyable slice of escapism, you couldn't do much better.
It is primarily a vegetarian dish that comprises bhurtha (minced vegetables) made from eggplant (baingan) which is grilled over charcoal or direct fire, to infuse the dish with a smoky flavour.