Farali Petis is a popular Gujarati snack made during fasting days or as a special treat. It is a deep-fried dumpling made from a mixture of mashed potatoes, crushed peanuts, and a blend of fasting-friendly flours such as rajgira (amaranth) flour and singhara (water chestnut) flour. The dough is seasoned with spices and shaped into small balls, which are then fried until golden and crispy. Farali Petis is enjoyed with a side of chutney or yogurt, adding a tangy and flavorful element to the dish. It is a delicious and filling snack that is perfect for fasting or any time you crave a tasty treat.