₹100.00 – ₹400.00
Moong flour fried in beautiful round shape to form the delicious jangiri recipe.
- Made Fresh For Every Order
- The sweets is made of Natural Ingredients
- Perfect Sweet For Every Occasion
- No Trans Fat
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Jangiri or Amriti is a sweet from India and Bangladesh. The place of the sweet’s origin is India and the time of its origin dates back to the Vedic era. It is made by deep-frying vigna mungo flour batter in a circular flower shape, then soaking in sugar syrup. Alternative names include Amitti, Amriti, Emarti, Omritti, Jahangir and Jhangiri/Jaangiri. This dish is not to be confused with Jalebi which is thinner and sweeter than Imarti. Amitti is a really popular Iftar item in Bangladesh. It is a specialty of Sylheti desserts for Iftari that is made without any food color.
In India, this sweet is served during the meal and also popular at weddings and festivals. In particular, Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh is famous for its imarti.It is also used with dahi.
Nutritional Facts *
|Value Per Mini Jangiri||% Daily Values*|
*Nutritional information values from internet sources for references.
1 kg, 250 g, 500 g
Corn Flour, Ghee, Saffron, Sugar, Urad dal
10 days from the date of packing (when stored in an airtight container)
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