One of my foodie finds at Bravo during our vacation was Chicharron de Harina (wheat pellets). I specifically focused on Mexican foods here. I had bags of really interesting wagon wheel shaped snacks that looked a lot like a fancy cheesee at the flea market on the previous trip. I asked what they were and the lady explained they were a fried dough like tortillas. It wasn't practical for me to bring home a bag as we had flown that trip. This trip I looked for the wagon wheel shape in the hopes of being able to cook the snack at home since I didn't think they would travel well.
Our grandchildren thought they were quite tasty so I sent some of the uncooked chicharron de harina home with them. The pellets do go a long way! I fried about 25 pellets when the grandchildren were here then later that night I fried up about half of the bag for entertaining and I still have almost a full 500 ml jar of the pellets left. As snacks go this is a very frugal choice at only $1.69 with enough pellets to make several batches of the tasty snack. I popped the leftover fried chicharron de harina into a storage container just to see how well this snack keeps. The following day they were still crispy so this is a snack that could be made ahead for entertain, school lunches or picnics.