Recipe: Shakkarpare

These fried beauties are pretty nice!

32w ago

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Shakkarpare are a traditional Indian sweet snack that are usually eaten during Diwali or are given out at weddings.

Although the most well known version is Shakkarpare, shakkar being sugar, but there is also Namakpare which is salted puffy sweets. Shakkarpare are rich in carbohydrates, making it an instant source of energy - yay, an excuse to satisfy my sweet tooth!

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Comments (6)

  • Aren't these also called Petha, in some regions?

    Or is that totally different?

      7 months ago
    • Petha looks different to this. I think it’s more popular in the South.

        7 months ago
  • We had these prepared at home. Everytime, someone would gift us these sweets and I'd enjoy 😂

      7 months ago
  • Indian kids version of gummy bears...

      7 months ago
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