Kenko Bhakarwadi is made from gram flour dough made into spirals stuffed with a mixture of coconut, poppy seeds and sesame seeds. It is then fried until it gets crispy. It can be stored for weeks. Bakarwadi is a traditional crispy, deep-fried, Button-shaped, sweet and spicy snack popular in western states of Gujarat and Maharashtra in India. Its origins lie in Gujarat. It is a popular addition on the Farsan menu, adding crunch and a warming, spicy-sweetness to the menu.