An Indian snack called namkeen is made using a namkeen machine, a food processing device. Flour, oil, spices, nuts, and other components are used to make namkeen. These components are combined by the machine to generate a dough, which is then fried or baked to produce the finished good. In India, namkeen is a common snack item that is frequently served with tea or coffee. Namkeen machine is used for creating tiny droplets of spiced dough (besan) and gramme flour. Sev, papdi, ganthia, and other snacks can be extruded using this namkeen, farshan, and snack extruder.