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Soan Papdi

  • Soan papdi, also known as "mithai," is a traditional Pakistans sweet renowned for its flaky texture and sweet taste.
  • Soan papdi is made from a combination of gram flour, sugar, ghee (clarified butter), and cardamom, giving it a distinctive flavor profile.
  • Its delicate, melt-in-your-mouth texture distinguishes it from other sweets like Sohan halwa.
  • Soan papdi comes in various flavors such as plain, saffron, pistachio, and almond, catering to diverse palates.
  • It's often presented in decorative boxes, making it a popular gift item during festive seasons.
  • Despite its fragility, Soan papdi's popularity endures due to its irresistible taste.



Rs: 500 - Rs: 500


You're in Pakistan for a celebration, keep an eye out for Soan Papdi, a delightful sweet that will tantalize your taste buds. This melt-in-your-mouth treat isn't just any sweet. It's a cherished part of Pakistani mithai (sweets) culture. Unlike its close cousin, Sohan Halwa, Soan Papdi boasts a lighter, flakier texture. These delicate strands are a cube-shaped block of sweetness. But the magic doesn't stop there! Soan Papdi often gets a flavor boost from fragrant cardamom, adding a touch of warmth to the sweetness. To make it even more irresistible, cakes and bakes add chopped nuts like pistachios or almonds, offering a delightful crunch in every bite. Soan Papdi isn't just a delicious treat; it's a symbol of celebration in Pakistan. You'll often find it adorning festive tables during Eid, adding a touch of sweetness to these joyous occasions. So, if you ever have the chance to try Soan Papdi, don't hesitate! This melt-in-your-mouth marvel is a true testament to the artistry and deliciousness of Pakistani mithai.

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