Namak Pare 400g

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Namak Pare 400g   Definition Namak Pare is a crunchy Indian snack. It is a ribbon-like pastry seasoned with carom, cumin and caraway seeds. It is deep fried in ghee. This snack is made with wheat flour or all purpose flour. This snack is best had with tea or coffee....
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Namak Pare 400g

 

Definition

Namak Pare is a crunchy Indian snack. It is a ribbon-like pastry seasoned with carom, cumin and caraway seeds. It is deep fried in ghee. This snack is made with wheat flour or all purpose flour. This snack is best had with tea or coffee. It has the perfect proportion of all the ingredients that makes it mouthwatering snack of all time. It can be stored in a clean bottle for months. Semolina can also be added to the dough to make it more crispy. The dough is prepared and rolled into round shapes like roti and chapattis. Then the small pieces are cut in different shapes. This is called 'namak pare' because of the presence of 'namak' that is salt. And pare means snack or pastry. This snack is very popular in northern part of India and Pakistan. In south India also the same snack is made but it is known with other names. It goes extremely well with any kind of pickle and tea. It is always prepared for any festival and functions. There is also a sweet form of this snack. The same snack is prepared without salt and is dipped in a sugar syrup for some time. Then the sugar syrup gets coated on the outer part of the snack and it becomes a sweet snack. The sweet snack is known as ‘sHakkar pare’ where ‘sHakkar’ means ‘sugar’. Both the snacks are the best in their own way. If you taste it once you will get addicted to it soon.

Ingredients: Wheat flour/ All purpose flour, carrom, cumin and caraway seeds, salt, ghee, semolina and clarified butter.

 

Different names

  • Namak Pare
  • Mathri
  • Nimki
  • Namak para

 

Place of Origin

India

 

Types of Product

Snacks

 

Uses of Product

  • Namak Pare is used to be eaten like a snack with tea or coffee.
  • It can be crushed with hands and added to other dishes for a crunchy and salty flavour.
  • Namak Pare can be added to the chaat for crunchiness.
  • Namak Pare can also be made into a sweet snack by dipping into the sugar syrup.

 

Benefits

  • Namak Pare is easily digestible
  • It is very high in starch
  • Namak Pare helps in metabolism of the body
  • Namak Pare contains fat and proteins.
  • It has a good amount of calories.
  • Namak Pare has iron, vitamins and other minerals that are good for health.

 

 

High Preference

Namak Pare is highly preferred in snack time along with tea or coffee. It can be eaten in breakfast time also.

 

Nutritional Value

Serving 1 (21g)

Calories 2152

Total Fat 121g

• Saturated 47g

• Trans 0g

• Polyunsaturated 25g

• Monounsaturated 18g

Cholesterol 1120mg

Sodium 2335mg

Potassium 2037mg

Total carbs 40g

• Dietary Fibre 14g

• Sugars 17g

Protein 224g

Vitamin A 1307%

Vitamin C 212%

Calcium 77%

Iron 152%

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