|Place of origin||India|
|Main ingredients||Chickpea flour|
Sev is a popular Indian snack food. Sev is essentially small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste which is seasoned with turmeric, cayenne, and Ajwain before being deep-fried in oil. These noodles vary in thickness. Ready-to-eat varieties of Sev, including flavoured Sev, are available in Indian stores.
Sev is famous in Madhya Pradesh, specially in the city of Indore, where many snack foods consist of Sev as a main ingredient. In Madhya Pradesh sev is used as a side ingredient in almost every chaat snack food, especially the Ratlami Sev, which is made from cloves and chickpea flour. Many varieties of Sev are sold commercially, such as long (Clove) Sev, Tomato Sev, Palak Sev, Plain Sev, and Bhujia.
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