Ratnagiri Hapus Amba [Mango] Poli (100gm)
Tasty fruity snacks or fruit bars called Amba Poli. Hapus Amba [Mango] Poli is an Indian fruit leather made out of authentic Alphanso Mango (Hapus Amba) pulp mixed with concentrated sugar solution and sun-dried. It is yellowish-red in colour. This comes with a Sweet, Sour, and Tangy taste.
Murukku is a traditional food item. It is so much in demand mainly during festivals like Diwali. It is mostly made in the homes of South India and consumed with evening tea.
It is also known as Chakli in North & West (Maharashtra) India. You can store it for long time also and can have it whenever you want.
Crisp Boondi Ladoo [Kadak Bundi Laddu] are made up with high quality Besan, Sugar & other best ingredients with transparent packing for better customer experience. These are small, round deep fried balls that have been soaked in fragrant sugar syrup. It is considered as sweet & light snacks.
Til ke laddus are made during the winter season. Sesame seeds are beneficial for children to elders. Both sesame and jaggery have a warm effect, which cures cold and flu. Many things we can make from sesame and jaggery like – Chikki, Laddu, Gajak etc.
Rajgira ladoos are made from popped amaranth seeds and jaggery. They are a popular and healthy Indian snack. Rajgira ladoo is the perfect food for fasting. Rajgira laddo is loaded with protein, antioxidants, and minerals. Our Rajgira laddo is available in both small and big packaging.
Lonavala Shengdana [Peanut] Wadi is used as nutritious food for fasting days. It is undoubtedly India’s oldest, easiest and dearest dessert snack. It is made with a mixture of jaggery and groundnuts. It is sweet yet crunchy.
Chitale Bakarwadi is a traditional spicy Maharashtrian snack. It can be stored in jars and used to be served as a snack with tea. It requires a lot of effort to make, so it is usually bought from stores. It is also available online on Marathiswad online store. Add it to your cart now.
Gond Laddu is also known as Dinkache Ladoo in Maharashtra, this traditional winter dish is served as a dessert there. Edible Gum laddu is a delicious dish.
These laddus are consumed in the cold season because our digestive system becomes strong in this season and we are able to digest these laddus easily. If you are also fond of eating sweets, then gond ladoos will double your taste.
People like to consume Til Gud [Sesame Jaggery] Chikki in winters. It is considered auspicious to consume sesame on a festivals. In Maharashtra and Gujarat, it is specially in demand on the occasion of Makar Sankranti.
To keep your body warm, you must consume – Til chikki, til gud laddoo or other sesame dishes in winter season.
Lonavala Shengdana Chikki [Peanut Bar] is a very popular Indian dessert / sweet. Peanuts and jaggery are used to make this. Eating this chikki gives a lot of benefits to the body like – Skin shines and diabetes stays under control. The monounsaturated fatty acids in Chikki take care of the heart.
Sev ke ladoo is a very popular dish. It is made from thick or thin sev and mixed with jaggery syrup to give it a shape of laddu. It can be stored for months. Most of the people like to consume it in winter, because jaggery is used to keep the body warm.