Palmyra jaggery, also known as BehenjiJaggery, is a type of jaggery made in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is typically a dark brown or black color, and has a strong, fruity flavor. It is used in various sweet dishes across India, and is also popular in the Middle East.
Palmyra jaggery is an ancient sugar made from the sugarcane juice and molasses. It is a popular sweetener in India and used in various desserts and drinks. In Hindi, palmyrajaggery is known as murabba.
Palmyra jaggery, also known as PaalMaaria in Hindi, is a traditional sweet made from sugarcane juice, molasses and jaggery. It is used in various desserts and snacks like chaat, barfi and lassi. In India, palmyra jaggery is especially popular in Gujarat and Maharashtra.