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sulpherfree bura

Bura is sugar heated so that it loses its water of crystallization and then powdered to get rid of any lumps which are formed. In northern India and Gujarat this form of sugar is taken with rice-ghee, Chapatti-ghee combination. To understand it better, it can be said that Bura is Roasted Sugar. The difference in change in taste in Sugar and Bura is same as in the difference in Peanuts and Roasted Peanuts. It is primarily used to make Sweets like Laddus, Panjiri etc at home. It is also used in Northern India with rice as a Main course or Dessert.

AVAILABLE IN 500G AND 1KG PACK

Features:
High solubility
Proper composition
Free from contaminants
Available in a retail packing of 500G and master packing of 10 kgs this product is sulphurfree, double refined and pure with no chemical additives added to it. It serves your cooking needs and is ideally used in the preparation of Indian sweets like ladoo, Gujiya, Panjiri & cookies etc. It is the most sought after sugar variant during the festive season.

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