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Patra is a popular snack from the Indian state of Gujarat. It is made from colocasia (taro) leaves, gram flour, and a variety of spices. The mixture is spread onto the colocasia leaves, which are then rolled up and steamed. Once cooked, the rolls are sliced and served with a drizzle of tempered oil.

Patra has a unique taste, with a slightly tangy and spicy flavor from the spices. The gram flour provides a crispy texture, while the taro leaves add a subtle bitterness. The tempered oil used for garnishing adds another layer of flavor to the dish.

Patra is a popular snack and is also enjoyed as a side dish with meals. It is considered to be a healthy snack, as the taro leaves are rich in vitamins and minerals, and the gram flour provides protein.

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