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    Methi Sakarpara

    ₹ 150.00

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    Crispy namkeen shakarpara can be made sweet or savoury. Shakarpara can be made sweet or savoury. Here is a tongue-tickling namkeen shakarpara, which is perked up with curds, sesame seeds, spice powders and fenugreek leaves. Namkeen shakarpara is a popular jar snack from the land of gujarat.
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    Ingredients: Maida,methi, salt, vegetable ghee, edible oil.

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    Ingredients: Maida,methi, salt, vegetable ghee, edible oil.

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