Classic Bajra wheat Puri

Goodness of Bajra| Super Crispy| Classic delight

Rs. 58.50
Rs. 65.00
Rs. 58.50
Quantity: 120g
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Classic Bajra wheat Puri

Classic Bajra wheat Puri

Rs. 65.00 Rs. 58.50

Classic Bajra wheat Puri

Rs. 65.00 Rs. 58.50
Quantity: 120g

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to enjoy Snaqary Bajra Puri?

Snaqary Bajra Puri can be enjoyed with a variety of accompaniments. Bajra Puri can be had in chaats, dahi bhalla papdi and much more!

What is the shelf life of the Bajra Puri?

Bajra Puri will last up to 5 months when stored properly if you can resist the temptation of finishing it just after opening.

What is Bajra Puri?

Bajra puri is a traditional Indian farsan made from bajra flour, also known as pearl millet flour. It is a popular and nutritious dish commonly enjoyed in various regions of India.

What does bajra puri taste like?

Bajra puri has a slightly nutty and earthy flavor, thanks to the bajra flour. It has a crisp texture on the outside and is soft on the inside, making it a delightful and satisfying bread.

How is bajra puri different from regular wheat puri?

The main difference between bajra puri and regular wheat puri is the type of flour used. Bajra puri is made from bajra flour, which is derived from pearl millet, while regular wheat puri is made from wheat flour. Bajra puri has a distinct taste and texture compared to wheat puri, making it a healthier option.

Is bajra puri healthy?

Bajra puri is considered a healthier option compared to regular wheat puri. Bajra flour is rich in dietary fiber, protein, and essential minerals. It has a lower glycemic index, which means it has a slower impact on blood sugar levels. However, moderation is key.