Chikki

Chikki is a traditional ready-to-eat Indian and Pakistani sweet generally made from groundnuts and jaggery. There are several different varieties of chikki in addition to the most common groundnut chikki. Each chikki is named depending upon the ingredients used. Usually, ingredients such as puffed or roasted bengal gram, sesame, puffed rice, beaten rice, and Khobara(desiccated coconut) are used.

In regions of North India, especially Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, this sweetie is called Layyiya Patti, being also very popular in Brazil, where it is known as pé-de-moleque, and in Paraguay, where it is called Ka'í Ladrillo.

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