Sakar (meaning sweet or sugar in Indian) para
(meaning the diamond shape).
Sakar para is a sweet and crispy eastern
delicacy sugar coated flour pieces which are deep
fried. It is well known product in India, Pakistan
and Africa. Sakar para are often made during Diwali
(festival of lights) festival in north India, but
here in UK we make sakar para throughout the whole
year because of its popularity.
Sakar para is fired crispy snacks – eaten between
meals, with tea in the afternoon or nibbled long
into the evening. Sakar para is a very basic product
yet if it is made according to its original recipe,
it is a wonderful snack to eat and enjoy.