Chiwda refers to flattened rice used as an ingredient in many Indian dishes, such as poha. Moreover, it also refers to the various types of dry mix, usually made using flattened rice as its main ingredient. Athavale’s Maka Chiwada, however, is uniquely named – because instead of flattened rice, its main ingredient is cornflakes. Added to groundnuts, coconut, and a host of spices and condiments, this deliciously roasted snack is light as well as healthy. It is crispy, salty, and mildly spicy. A perfect accompaniment to your evening tea, you can also relish the scrumptious savoury on picnics and trips.