Satpura

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Satpura is a Sindhi flour-based sweet. Also known as Sindhi Pakwan, it’s popular in the Northern states in India.

Description

Satpura is a Sindhi flour-based sweet. Also known as Sindhi Pakwan, it’s popular in the Northern states in India. It’s a sweet variation on the pakwan from Dal Pakwan. Moreover, Satpura gains a lot of demand during the Shravan month, especially during Mahalakshmi. People also gift it to children and distribute it to devotees in temples. The crispy-crunchy affair comes from our chef’s family recipe which makes it authentic and delicious.

Additional information

chef_name

Chef Manisha P

quantity

Serves 1/2 kg

preparation_time

3

how_to_eat

Enjoy this crispy dish as a snack or as an after-meal dessert without any accompaniments. The Satpuras have a crispy and flaky texture and are garnished with a mixture of powdered sugar and dry coconut. It also has a good shelf life and can be stored for up to 1 month.

veg-nonveg

Veg