Product Native: A traditional festival snack that is also known as “Uppu Seedai”. These small, crunchy ball-shaped snacks are especially made during Krishna Jayanti festival. There are around 5 variations of Seedai in South India, and one that is well-known is called “Chettinad Seedai”.
Specialty: A sweet variation of this Seedai, known as “Inipu Seedai” is also made using jaggery.
Ingredients: Rice Flour, Water, Fried chickpea flour, Butter (Milk), Salt, Black lentil flour, White sesame seeds, Asafoetida, Soda.
Contains: Sesame seeds • Milk
May contain: Peanuts • Tree nuts • Wheat
Intensity: Low spice level