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In Tangail, iftar is complete without Jilapi

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In the holy month of Ramadan, iftar is not complete without Jilapi of the people of Tangail city. No matter how many padas there are, including chickpeas, boots, muri, beguni, chop, bundia, fruits, Jilapi must be there. Therefore, in the holy month of Ramadan, apart from the sweet shops of the city, the Iftar shops are full of Jilapi making fumes.

Some Jilapi makers say that two types of Jilapi are usually made in Tangail. One is made in mashkalai bete. Another is made with flour. The flour or mashkalai is kneaded and dropped into the hot oil. Then fried in oil and dipped in Jilapi Sira. It is picked up from the sira and arranged for sale.

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