A South Indian Savoury, an authentic Telugu dish is popularly known as the common man’s snack. Comes in different variants and can be enjoyed with any hot drink like tea or filter coffee. This one by Postcard is a ribbon-shaped Seval, a garlic-flavored crunchy and buttery snack cooked on a woodfire. Though Sattur Seval looks extremely spicy, it is not so. This Seval has an interesting texture with a unique shape, it's something to pop into your mouth on the go.
The thirst for an authentic food experience while traveling led to a journey to bring authentic local flavors to your doorstep. The postcard is all about promoting India’s rich culinary heritage and getting to you artisanal snacks which are not mass-produced or commercialized.
Contains groundnut oil, Processed and packaged in a facility with dairy, tree nuts, peanuts, gluten and soy.
Rice Flour, Roasted Gram Dal, Butter, White Sesame Seeds, Garlic, Chilli Powder, Salt, Groundnut Oil
Store it in a dry place