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Sesame Chikki Til Gachak (100 gm)

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Gachak may be known by many appellations throughout India but the taste that it effuses is definitely uniform. It is called chikki in North India with its origin being in Gujarat. It has a burst of different textures ranging from sticky to chewy to crunchy. The long...

Gachak may be known by many appellations throughout India but the taste that it effuses is definitely uniform. It is called chikki in North India with its origin being in Gujarat. It has a burst of different textures ranging from sticky to chewy to crunchy. The long shelf life of this dish is another icing on the cake. Gachak made with sesame instead of peanuts is a healthier version of the traditional gachak made with peanuts. It is called sesame chikki or Til Gachak. Sesame seeds are great catalysts for hair growth and aid in digestion as well. They are also a fine source of healthy fats and antioxidants. Your stomach won't be the only one grateful!

Gachak aux sésames

Gachak peut être connu sous de nombreuses appellations à travers l'Inde, mais le goût qu'il dégage est définitivement uniforme. Il s'appelle chikki dans le nord de l'Inde et tire ses origines du Gujarat. Il a un éclat de textures différentes allant de collant à caoutchouteux à croquant. La longue durée de conservation de ce plat est une autre cerise sur le gâteau. Le gachak à base de sésame au lieu d’arachides est une version plus saine du gachak traditionnel à base d’arachides. Il s'appelle sésame chikki ou Til Gachak. Les graines de sésame sont d'excellents catalyseurs pour la croissance des cheveux et facilitent également la digestion. Ils sont également une excellente source de graisses saines et d'antioxydants. Votre estomac n'en sera pas le seul reconnaissant!