Suvali | Suvari | Meethi Farsi Puri | Kharkhariya recipe | Sweet and Flaky Puri | Diwali Special Traditional Gujarati Snack

Suvali is sweet crispy deep-fried Indian crisps. It is a Diwali special traditional recipe made in Gujarati households. 

Suvali is also known as Suvari, Suwadi, Kharkhariya, Kharkharia, Crispy Sweet Puri. It is pinkish-brown in color, mildly sweet, crispy, and crunchy in taste. 

Suvali | Suvari | Meethi Farsi Puri | Kharkhariya recipe | Sweet and Flaky Puri | Diwali Special Traditional Gujarati Snack Suvari is sweet crispy deep-fried Indian crisps. It is a Diwali special traditional recipe made in Gujarati households. Suvari is also known as Suvali, Suwadi, Kharkhariya, Kharkharia, Crispy Sweet Puri. It is pinkish-brown in color, mildly sweet, crispy, and crunchy in taste. Made using all-purpose plain flour or maida, Clarified butter or ghee, milk, sugar, and cardamom powder. Knead a semi-soft dough, roll small puris and deep fry them on slow flame until pinkish brown color. Note: Always fry on medium-low flame. If you fry on high flame, then they will start to burn from outside, and they will be uncooked from inside. Variations: I have seen some people add sesame seeds to it, which gives a unique taste, but it is optional. If you like Suvali without any flavors, then skip adding cardamom powder. Suvari is a Diwali special recipe. You can serve it to guests coming at home during festive times. I share it with neighbors, friends, and family. Suvari is a forgotten recipe, but I love this recipe and always make it during holiday seasons. I always prefer homemade snacks because I choose the high quality of ingredients, no preservatives, no food color, and good quality of the oil. These homemade snacks, therefore, are healthy and hygienic too. I usually make Suvari recipe during festivals like Diwali, and when it cools down completely, store it in an airtight container. It stays fresh for up to 2-3 weeks. It contains maida, sugar and is deep-fried and therefore it is made only on special occasions and festivals. Serving: You can enjoy Suvali during the morning or evening as a snack with your favorite cup of tea or coffee. Suvari is a kid-friendly recipe, and you can also give it in their school tiffin box. Storage: Store Suvari in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2-3 weeks Please try making this lip-smacking Suvari recipe and let me know how it turned out. If you like this traditional Gujarati Suvali recipe, then do not forget to share it with your friends and family. Make sure you follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, and Pinterest to catch my latest recipes and new updates.

Made using all-purpose plain flour or maida, Clarified butter or ghee, milk, sugar, and cardamom powder. Knead a semi-soft dough, roll small puris and deep fry them on slow flame until pinkish brown color.

Note: Always fry on medium-low flame. If you fry on high flame, then they will start to burn from outside, and they will be uncooked from inside.

Variations:

I have seen some people add sesame seeds to it, which gives a unique taste, but it is optional. If you like Suvali without any flavors, then skip adding cardamom powder. 

Suvali is a Diwali special recipe. You can serve it to guests coming at home during festive times. I share it with neighbors, friends, and family.  Suvari is a forgotten recipe, but I love this recipe and always make it during holiday seasons.

I always prefer homemade snacks because I choose the high quality of ingredients, no preservatives, no food color, and good quality of the oil. These homemade snacks, therefore, are healthy and hygienic too. I usually make Suvali recipe during festivals like Diwali, and when it cools down completely, store it in an airtight container. It stays fresh for up to 2-3 weeks.

It contains maida, sugar and is deep-fried and therefore it is made only on special occasions and festivals.

Suvali | Suvari | Meethi Farsi Puri | Kharkhariya recipe | Sweet and Flaky Puri | Diwali Special Traditional Gujarati Snack

Serving:

  • You can enjoy Suvali during the morning or evening as a snack with your favorite cup of tea or coffee.
  • Suvali is a kid-friendly recipe, and you can also give it in their school tiffin box.

Storage:

Store Suvali in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2-3 weeks

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Suvali | Suvari | Meethi Farsi Puri | Kharkhariya recipe
 
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Suvali is sweet crispy deep-fried Indian crisps. It is a Diwali special traditional recipe made in Gujarati households.
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Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 20 - 25
Ingredients
  • Maida / APF - 1 cup
  • Ghee - 2 tbsp
  • Milk - ¼ cup
  • Sugar - 2 tbsp
  • Cardamom powder - ¼ tsp
Instructions ( 1 cup = 250 ml, 1 tbsp = 15 ml, 1 tsp = 5 ml)
  1. In a saucepan add milk and sugar.
  2. Cook until sugar dissolved.
  3. Add cardamom powder.
  4. Mix well.
  5. Turn off the flame and let it cool down.
  6. In a mixing bowl, add maida.
  7. Add ghee and rub well.
  8. Gradually add milk and sugar solution.
  9. Knead a semi-soft dough.
  10. Make sure do not make a very soft dough.
  11. If you left with any milk, use it in tea or any other recipe.
  12. But do not add all milk together.
  13. Knead it for 5 - 7 minutes.
  14. Cover it and keep it aside at least for 30 min.
  15. After 30 min, divide the dough into 20 - 25 equal parts.
  16. Roll each part and make a smooth ball. Flatten it and keep it aside covered.
  17. Take one part and roll it into thin puri. Pork it using a fork. Keep it aside.
  18. Same way roll out 6 - 7 suvali.
  19. Deep fry them in medium-hot oil until start browning from the edges.
  20. Flip them a couple of times and fry from both sides.
  21. Take them out on a kitchen towel.
  22. Same way roll and fry all suvalis.
  23. Once cooled down, store in an airtight container.
Notes
Always fry on medium-low flame. If you will fry on high flame, then they will start to burn from outside and they will be uncooked from inside.