Shakarpara is a crunchy deep fried snack made from wheat flour, sugar, ghee and semolina. It can be made sweet or salted and is a popular Indian dish. It is famous in two communities, Maharashtrians and Gujaratis. Traditionally, it is eaten during the festive season of Diwali. The recipe is quite simple to make and this item has a long shelf life. It can be stored for several weeks without adding any preservatives. Shakarpara is usually diamond shaped and looks golden brown in color. This sweet dish can also be made salted by substituting sugar with salt and cardamom with some other spice.
Net Wt. 9 Oz. 0.5 lbs
Product of India
Product Type: Snacks
wheat flour, ghee, milk, sugar, cardamom, oil and semolina.