Jamnagari Kachori
Jamnagari Kachori
Made from the best Indian spices and ingredients Jamnagari Kachori from Gujarat is the epitome of namkeen snacks, enjoyed during tea time or during festivals, brought to you by Postcard.
Jamnagari Kachori
Jamnagari Kachori
Jamnagari Kachori
Made from the best Indian spices and ingredients Jamnagari Kachori from Gujarat is the epitome of namkeen snacks, enjoyed during tea time or during festivals, brought to you by Postcard.
Jamnagari Kachori

Jamnagari Kachori

Rs. 149 Regular price Rs. 160 Sale price Save Rs. 11 250g
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My trip to Jamnagar was neatly categorized into 3 parts - visit to the Dwarka temple and surroundings, the Marine National Park and going to the local farsan wonderland. I was specifically asked to bring back the dry kachoris. Stuffed with sweet and spicy mix of namkeen farsan and spices, these little golden balls have become a popular snack not only in my household but also amongst my friends & relatives!

These Kachoris make for a delicious party starter snack or a gift. They also travel well. 

Note: The Specials range of products are created in small batches and are packed in our special gold pouches without additional nitrogen flushing as they are meant for consumption within shorter shelf life.

No. of servings: 9 kachoris/pack

Ingredients

Refined Wheat Flour, Gram Flour, Dry Mango Powder, Oil, Spices & Condiments, Sugar, Asafoetida & Bay Leaf
 

Shelf-Life

Shelf-Life: 4 Months 

Nutritional Information

Per 100 gms (approx)
Energy (KCal): 500
Carbohydrate (g): 55
Total Fats (g): 28
Protein (g): 8
Sugar (g): 15

Country of Origin

 
India


 

Shipping & Packaging


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The estimated delivery timeline is a) Metro cities: 3-5 working days & b) Non-metro cities: 6-8 business days.

Rest assured, all products are packed well and have long shelf life so you will have sufficient shelf life to enjoy your order when it is received.

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