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A sweet that ranks number one and you should never miss to taste from the best of Indian Sweet list is this Sugar Pootharekulu made using Sugar.  In spite of special skills needed for the making of this sweet, the experts at Atreyapuram Village find it easier to make it.  It is actually a dying art; as not all who try can succeed in making this paper roll inside which the sugar, pistachios, almonds and cashews are stuffed to make this delicious sweet.

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A sweet that ranks number one and you should never miss to taste from the best of Indian Sweet list is this Sugar Pootharekulu made using Sugar.  In spite of special skills needed for the making of this sweet, the experts at Atreyapuram Village find it easier to make it.  It is actually a dying art; as not all who try can succeed in making this paper roll inside which the sugar, pistachios, almonds and cashews are stuffed to make this delicious sweet.

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Sugar Pootharekulu Long / Dry Fruits Ghee Putharekulu (Premium Quality Sweet)

Why to Buy from SITARA, where we believe good food is human right.

 

Highlights

  • Home Made & Hand Made
  • No Preservatives or Added Colours
  • Premium Quality Ingredients used
  • Free Shipping
  • Helping Farmers: All ingredients are sourced from local farmers with better prices than market
  • Women Rural Employment: All our pickle making units employ local women from near by villages, providing rural women employment.
  • Good Food Gives You Good Mood, Good Health & Good Wealth

 

       A sweet that ranks number one and you should never miss to taste from the best of Indian Sweet list is this Sugar Pootharekulu made using Sugar.  In spite of special skills needed for the making of this sweet, the experts at Atreyapuram Village find it easier to make it.  It is actually a dying art; as not all who try can succeed in making this paper roll inside which the sugar, pistachios, almonds and cashews are stuffed to make this delicious sweet.

         The real Sugar Pootharekulu is available at Sitara where we have learnt the art of making this sweet from the village people directly and are implementing the same method to give it the ideal taste.  Order and relish in this wonderful snack on all special occasions at your home.  Even if the occasion is not special you can make it so with the addition of such traditional sweets, isn’t it?

Number One Sweet made with Ghee & Dry fruits:

       Andhraites can be proud in calling this as a number one sweet because it is the palatable, toothsome, mouth-watering dish that can be ever made.  For all the spice that we eat when we visit Andhra, this is a best option to cool our tummy at the end with a wonderful dessert made using sugar, rice flakes and cashews, pistachios and almonds.  It can be made with both sugar and jaggery.  Any foodie would choose the sugar version as it has the yummiest taste than the healthy version of jaggery.

 

Making of Rice Papers:

         There is a special variety of rice called Jaya Biyyam along with black gram dhal which is soaked, grinded and then brought into a consistency that is slightly thicker than water.  Later, this batter is spread on heated pots that are turned upside down and made into thin rice sheets or papers.  These papers are made separately and kept aside and later on it is stuffed with the powdered cashew and sugar to make the rolls called Sugar Pootharekulu.  Purchase online from Sitara for the flawless pootharekulus and you will get to delight in the taste that you have never known before.  We have got you covered all over India to supply you with authentic pootharekulu from New Delhi to Chennai, Pune to Kochi, Hyderabad to Kolkatta and Mumbai to Bangalore.

First Love of Foodies:

         The first love of all foodies is sweets.  And when that sweet is the specialty of a particular region with a luxurious feast stuffed inside it in the form of nuts like cashews, pistachios and almonds, it is always the most demanded dessert.  This dessert is rich enough to be served in a wedding or an accompaniment for breakfast or evening snack time in any special occasion as it is a dry fruits treat too.

Benefits of eating dry fruits:  

       Mothers and grandmothers always have the habit of grinding dry fruits and mixing it with milk to feed toddlers.  This is a generation old recipe to enable weight gain and improve immunity in children.  But this recipe can in fact be replaced with Sugar Putharekulu where the nutritious profile is even higher when eaten in moderation.  The other benefits of dry fruits consumption is as follows:

·      Almonds aid in better heart health, blood sugar control and weight management.  Not only this, almonds rather than being consumed separately is having better results of lowering your glycemic index when combined with your meals in the form of sweets or cut and added to salads, gravy or pasta.

·      Pistachios are nutritious and have a good source of dietary fibre keeping your tummy full for a longer time.  These fibres send satisfactory signals to your brain and stop you from needless cravings of food and also prevent you from overeating.   Pistachios contain high amount of iron, magnesium, proteins, fats and other vitamins.

·      Although cashews are low fibre nuts and have high calories intake, they are brimmed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.  It surely contains a lot of fat but these fats are monounsaturated and polyunsaturated, thus enabling only reduction of heart diseases or stroke as such which is normally misunderstood to be harmful for heart patients.  These two fats contribute to vitamin E being added to your diet and thus serve as a powerful antioxidant improving positive cell growth and overall body health.

         Whether you look into the benefits of not…. When you hear that dry fruits are stuffed inside itself your mouth starts watering and it tempts you to eat.  This is not anew.  Every one of us feels the same.  Just buy online and bite the fresh putharekulus and relish in their taste.

If you are a liker of traditional home made Andhra sweets, you may also like Puran Poli, Narinja Mittai, Bellam Pootharekulu Short, Karam Gavvalu and Karam Pootharekulu visit @ Sitara Foods online store.

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