₹30.00 – ₹300.00
Plain sev dipped in sugar solution and dried to get sweet sevu.
- Traditionally hand-made biscuits
- Snacks for all occasions
- Classic light and crispy English Dessert
- A great tea time snack
Note: The product may slightly differ in shape and texture compared to actual product images shown.
Sweet Sev or Inippu Sevu is a very famous and authentic sweet, especially in Southern parts of Tamilnadu like Trichy, Madurai, Kovilpatti, Tirunelveli etc. First plain sev is made (not the Karasev dough), then followed by the sugar syrup and the prepared sev is tossed in the sugar syrup, which gets crystallised after 15 minutes of resting time.
Usually, the sweet sev we get in shops is very thick, where they usually rub the dough in the specially made sev kattai. It is so easy to prepare and let’s give our kids these traditional sweets, they also come to know about our system and the way we celebrated Diwali earlier.
Nutrition Facts *
|Value Per Sweet Sevu||% Daily Value*|
*Nutritional information values from internet sources for references.
1 kg, 100 g, 250 g, 500 g, 750 g
Besan Flour, Cardamom, Ghee, Refined Oil, Rice Flour, Salt, Sugar, Water
7 days from the date of packing (when stored in an airtight container)
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