Heera Farali atta is a special flour mix prepared for fasting. This flour consist of Rajgira flour (amaranth), Samo rice flour (Varyache Tandul), Singoda flour (water chestnut) and Sago flour (tapioca). Farari flour is a wheat flour substitute and is used in India for prepare some yummy and healthy upwas dishes.
An Indiana gutarica composed mainly of potato flour and tapioca colored powder
It prepare quick intro oil bath in hot oil
Inflates in seconds, they are colored and can be served any time of day
Serve, besides as an appetizer or main preparation
Great for making fancy edges and waffle cuts on various fruits and vegetables
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Round, very thin and crispy in texture, Khakhras are commonly eaten in the morning with breakfast. They are made of wheat flour, oil, and salt. This variety is flavored with methi, also known as dry fenugreek leaves. They have a slightly bitter taste. Khakhara is great as a light snack with tea, coffee, and cold soft drinks.