Description: Kurkure cheetos Nik naks production line
Kurkure, Cheetos, Nik Naks corn curls have been a popular American snack food since the 1950s. These crispy cheese snacks are formed from corn meal, water, oil and flavored coatings.
Cheese curls are an extruded snack, meaning they are cooked, pressurized, and pushed out of a die that forms the particular snack shape. They are then baked (or fried, depending on the product) and flavored with oil and seasonings.
Today, we eat extruded corn snacks that are ball-shaped, curly, straight, or irregularly shaped depending on the shape of the die.
Flavorings added after baking or frying varies greatly and different brands have distinctive flavors.
Baked Kurkure cheetos Nik naks machine
Fried Kurkure cheetos Nik naks machine
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Raw material: corn grits.
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