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Jaimin Methi Bhakharwadi

£1.79

Did you know that Bhakharwadi, though mistaken to be Maharashtrian, originally came from Gujrat? These are miniature spirals in which gram flour dough is rolled with a mixture of spices including poppy seeds, coconut and sesame seeds, which are then deep fried to form crunchy, disk-shaped savoury snacks. Methi bhakharwadi is a variation in which methi (or fenugreek seeds) are added to the mix of spices. Methi Bhakharwadis pack a combined punch of both sweetness and spice. Bhakharwadis are also pretty difficult to make at home so Jaimin brings them to you in a ready-to-eat form.

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Did you know that Bhakharwadi, though mistaken to be Maharashtrian, originally came from Gujrat? These are miniature spirals in which gram flour dough is rolled with a mixture of spices including poppy seeds, coconut and sesame seeds, which are then deep fried to form crunchy, disk-shaped savoury snacks. Methi bhakharwadi is a variation in which methi (or fenugreek seeds) are added to the mix of spices. Methi Bhakharwadis pack a combined punch of both sweetness and spice. Bhakharwadis are also pretty difficult to make at home so Jaimin brings them to you in a ready-to-eat form.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg

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