Farali chivda is a popular Indian snack that is often consumed during fasting or religious festivals. It is made from a combination of ingredients that are allowed during fasting, such as potatoes, peanuts, and sago pearls (also known as sabudana). The ingredients are fried until crispy and then seasoned with spices such as cumin, coriander, and black pepper. Some versions of farali chivda may also include raisins or other dried fruits for added sweetness. Farali chivda is a crunchy and flavorful snack that is a great option for those who are observing a fast or looking for a gluten-free snack. It is often served with tea or as a quick and easy snack throughout the day.
Ingredients: Potato Shreds, Raisins, Cashewnut, Badam, Sugar, Veg Oil, Rock salt, Green Chillies, Curry Leaves.