Shakarpara, also known as sweet diamond cuts, is a popular Indian snack made during festivals and special occasions. These crispy and sweet diamond-shaped bites are made from a simple dough of flour, sugar, ghee, and cardamom powder. The dough is rolled out, cut into diamond shapes, and deep-fried until golden brown. Once fried, the shakarpara is coated in a sugar syrup to give it a sweet and glossy finish. These addictive treats can be enjoyed as a snack with tea or coffee, and they also make great homemade gifts.