|3||Amilo Piro Tukra||Khatta & Spicy||48|
|4||Bechi Patta||Salty & Sour||48|
|5||Bechi Paun||Salty & Sour||58|
|6||Charpatte Masla Titora||Spicy & Khatta||48|
|8||Chini Candy||Sweet & Sour||58|
|9||Chini Patta||Sweet & Sour||48|
|11||Dry Lapsi Titora||Khatta||48|
|15||Guliyo Piro Patta||Sweet & Spicy||48|
|16||Imli Guilyo||Sweet & Sour||58|
|17||Imli Jhol||Khatta & Spicy||48|
|19||Kagati Bechi||Salty & Sour||58|
|20||Kagati Chatpat||Spicy & Sour||58|
|21||Kagati Jhol||Khatta & Spicy||48|
|24||Lamo Candy||Khata Mittha||58|
|25||Lamo Chatpat Paun||Khata Mittha||58|
|26||Lapsi Candy Piro||Spicy||48|
|27||Lapsi Candy Titaura||Sweet & Sour||48|
|28||Lapsi Dallo Candy||Sweet & Sour||58|
|29||Lapsi Dallo Masala||Spicy||58|
|30||Lapsi Dallo Piro||Spicy||58|
|32||Lapsi Spicy Balls||Spicy||48|
|33||Lapsy Candy Spicy Sugar||Spicy||58|
|34||Masala Imli Piro||Spicy||58|
|35||Nunilo Kagati||Salty & Sour||48|
|36||Orange candy||Sweet & Sour||48|
|38||Pura Charpate Masala||Spicy & Sour||58|
|39||Semi Lapsi Dallo Candy||Sweet & Sour||58|
|40||Special Lapsy Candy||Sweet & Sour||58|
|41||Sweet Candy Pulp||Khatta Mittha||48|
Charpate Masala Titaura Titora
Charpate Masala Titaura, Hygienically Packed, Square in Shape.
• Lapsi, • Salt, • Sugar, • Chilly & Spices
Lapsi is found in Darjeeling in the hills and they bloom in spring which is around March /April. Lapsi grows in a tree and it has green cover with flesh and a single seed stone inside when it is ripe. Lapsi by itself tastes sour but when they make Titaura, they boil lapsi and take the sandstone out. The gluey flesh is mixed with ingredients like sugar, chilli, salt, other spices depending upon what type of Titaura need to be made. Then it is dried in the sun before packing in a plastic pouch to sell it.
- Wash the natural fruits
- Boil in Saltwater
- Drain Water
- Mash Boiled Fruit
- Remove the seeds
- Grind the pulp to homogenize
- Dry for a week in bright sunny day
- Cut it into small pieces
- Titauras sheet are ready
- Now add flavours to the suitability
There are many shops in Darjeeling for Tea, Churpi and Titora. The Titora from Lelow Online is sold everywhere in India form corner shop to supermarkets. These days you also find Titora made from mango, tamarind, dates, lemon, gooseberry and lime.
For the last few years, we have been lucky to get Titora in entire India and abroad as well. It does not cost much and is worth the price for the treat sometimes. I love the sweet ones a lot. Not a big fan of salty and hot ones.
If you ever get a chance, do try it out. You may like it.
Try other flavours.