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Patra ( Non - Fried Snacks )

Serves 4


2 Asafoetida
1 Chilli, powder
1 Coriander
1 Tamarind


1 Ginger-green chilli paste

Baking & Spices

1 Mustard seeds
1 Salt
1 Sesame seeds
1 Turmeric

Oils & Vinegars

2 Vegetable oil

Nuts & Seeds

1 Coconut


besan (bengal gram flour)
colocasia leaves
grated jaggery (gur)
  • Mona

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