Gits Rose Falooda Mix 200gms
What does Rose falooda taste like?
Falooda made with sharbat syrup misses a core part of the flavor of the authentic milkshake, and simply tastes like rose water +milk.
Where does Rose Falooda come from?
The origin of falooda goes back to Iran (Persia), where a similar dessert, faloodeh, was popular. The dessert came to Medieval India with the many Central Asian dynasties that invaded and settled in the Indian subcontinent in the 16th to 18th century.
Why it is called Rose falooda?
Falooda was introduced in the Indian subcontinent during the Moghul period. Falooda means 'shredded' in idiomatic Hindustani and the name refers to the thin vermicelli noodles that are an integral part of falooda. In India, vermicelli noodles are also known as falooda sev.
Ingredients & Preperation:
Sugar, Dextrose, Vermicelli, Raisins, Tapioca Pearls, Basil Seeds (Sabja), Corn flour.
How to preparr Gits Rose Falooda Mix Simply mix milk & water. Add mix and boil. Serve cold.
- No artificial flavours and colours.
- 100% vegetarian.
- Makes 7 servings.
Gits Rose Falooda Mix Nutrition Values:
Sugar(added) : 40g
Fat: 0.08 g