This variety of papad being small in sizes, makes it a perfect choice for snacks or appetizer as other products of Jagdish Farshan. This Product is also 100% vegetarian. Produced from assured quality raw materials that ensure the quality and safety of the product for consumption. Quick and easy to prepare appetizer or snack!. Serve with chutney, or as an accompaniment to your main dish.
Urad, Moong, Black Pepper, Salt, Chowa,
Farsi Puri is a crispy and delicious melt in mouth deep-fried Indian bread. It gets its name “Farsi” from a Gujarati word meaning crispy. In old times, it was considered as exclusive snack, prepared only during festivals. This deep fried snack tastes best with sweet and sour mango pickle or tea and coffee.
Jagdish Makai (Corn) Chevdo is household namkeen in Gujarat, Makai (Corn) Chevda is a mixture of corn flakes, sesame, dry grapes, cashew, garam masala, red chilly powder, cinnamon powder and other Indian spices.
This traditional Gujarati Snack is a spicy concoction of Bengal Gram Powder, Red Chilli Power, Black Pepper, Sugar, Sesame, Thymol seeds and edible oil. When cooked to perfection, it will satiate your hunger with panache and lots of deliciousness.
Farari Chevdo / chewdo is mainly eaten (by hindus) during the days and months of fasting. On the days Hindus fast, there is a list of foods that they are “allowed” to eat. The list – often referred to as farali food – includes all the fruits and nuts, milk and milk products including yogurt. It also includes potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava, tapiaco, ragigara flour etc…. In fact, the sumptuous delicacies you can eat in place of everyday food makes you feel that you are having a feast because of the variety you can make.
Savoury, lightly spiced Indian snack that’s delicious with tea and coffee.
Perfect for serving up as a starter, or sharing as party food. No artificial colours or flavours, hand made using only fresh ingredients. Suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.