titaura

Titaura

Titaura

Titaura is a popular traditional Nepali snack made from fruits, particularly hog plum (locally known as lapsi), and other ingredients. It is a sweet and tangy treat that is enjoyed by both children and adults in Nepal.

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Amilo Piro Titaura
300.00

4 in stock

Bechi patta titora
300.00

3 in stock

Bechi Paun
360.00

3 in stock

Dry lapsi Titaura
300.00

1 in stock

Gulliyo Piro Patta
300.00

1 in stock

imli guliyo titora
180.00

3 in stock

Imli Jhol titora
180.00

2 in stock

kagati bechi titawra
360.00

1 in stock

Kagati Titora
300.00

2 in stock

Kagati Chatpat titora
360.00

2 in stock

lamo Chatpat paun titora
360.00

2 in stock

lapsi Dallo masala titora
180.00

4 in stock

masala-imli-piro-titora
180.00

3 in stock

Piro patta Titaura
300.00

6 in stock

Pura Charpate Masala
180.00

3 in stock

shankatar jhol titaura
180.00

1 in stock

Special Jhol titora
180.00

2 in stock

Tukra Spicy Titaura
360.00

1 in stock

To make titaura, the hog plums are first dried and then ground into a fine powder. This powder is mixed with sugar, salt, and various spices such as chili powder, cumin powder, and black salt. The mixture is then shaped into small bite-sized pieces or rolled into thin sheets and left to dry in the sun.

Titaura comes in different flavors, including sweet, sour, and spicy. It has a unique combination of flavors, with the sweetness of the sugar contrasting the tanginess of the hog plum and the spiciness of the spices. The texture can vary from chewy to slightly crispy, depending on the drying process.

In Nepal, titaura is commonly eaten as a snack and is especially popular during festive seasons like Dashain and Tihar. It is also a common treat to bring back as a souvenir for friends and family when visiting different regions of Nepal.

What is Titaura

Tiatura is sweet, sour, salty, or hot or a mixture of all those made from fruits like lapsi (pronounced “Lopsy”) which is also known as Nepali Hog Plum or scientific name Choerospondias axillaries. Titaura is also known as Paun in Nepal Bhasa.

Titaura Famous Flavours

Aap Jhol

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