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  • Integrated mix of six different grains comes with the goodness of wheat, soya, channa, oat, maize and psyllium husk.It has rich source of essential Vitamins and Dietary Fibre.It’s low in saturated fats and makes soft, fluffy rotis that have high nutritional value

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  • Aashirvaad Whole Wheat Atta has 0% maida and 100% atta. This means you serve soft, fluffy rotis and a whole lot of health and happiness.

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  • Bambino Vermicelli is 100% Suji based vermicelli. It is healthy, nutritious and can be used to make a range of wonderful sweet and savoury dishes, to satisfy the tastebuds of everyone in the family.

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  • Description:

    Laila Brown Lentils are mainly used for traditional lentil soup, brown lentils lend mild and earthy flavour to dips, spreads and stews too. Holding their shape firmly once cooked, they are deal for vegetarian burgers, curries and savoury bakes.

    Ingredients:

    Brown Lentils. May contain cereals containing gluten.

    Cooking Instructions:

    Soak the lentils overnight. Rinse in cold water and then bring to the boil. Simmer for 30-40 minutes or until tender. Do not eat raw.

    Storage Instruction: Store in a cool, dry place. Although we try our best, this natural product may contain small stones and other natural matter.

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  • Description:

    Laila Green Lentils are nutritious and versatile plant-based proteins. Lending peppery flavour, green lentils are a tasty complement to any meal. Maintaining a firm texture even after cooking, they are a go-to ingredient for salads, pasta, dals, soups and other vegetarian dishes.

    Ingredients:

    Green Lentils. May contain cereals containing gluten.

    Cooking Instructions:

    Soak the lentils overnight. Rinse in cold water and then bring to the boil. Simmer for 30-40 minutes or until tender. Do not eat raw.

    Storage Instruction: Store in a cool, dry place. Although we try our best, this natural product may contain small stones and other natural matter.

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  • Chana looks like a little sweet corn and it’s taste is one of the most popular ingredients in Indian cuisine. Chana is tasty, nutritious and easily digestible. In addition to being used in soups, salads, curries, lentil preparations, macaroni, sweets and rice dishes, legumes are also roasted and cooked in gram flour, another ingredient. Which is widely used in almost every province of India.

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  • “Bringing you classic Indian noodles, Maggi® 2 Minute Masala Noodles are simply delicious, quick noodles. Part of our World Foods range, these Masala noodles are made from authentic herbs and spices sourced and grown in India and are the best selling noodles in India.

    Maggi® 2 Minute Masala Noodles are so simple to make and are ready in just two minutes. Each pack contains a noodle cake and a Masala spice sachet, ready to prepare a bowl of delicious masala flavour Maggi® noodles, free from Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil.”

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  • Chakki Atta, which is known as Indian wheat, is perfect for making flatbreads such as roti, naan, chapati and puri. This is due to its high gluten and protein content which gives elasticity to the dough, helping your flatbreads rise and making them fluffy and soft.
    Pillsbury introduced their Chakki Fresh Atta, made from whole wheat flour, in 1998. Containing 100% whole wheat grain and no added preservatives, Pillsbury’s high-quality and nutritious Chakki Fresh Atta is widely recognised. It is a good source of iron, gives you the required nourishment, and makes deliciously soft flatbreads.

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  • Sona Masuri (also, Sona Masoori, Samba Masuri, BPT 5204, HMT, or Jeela karra masuri) is a medium-grain rice grown largely in the Indian states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It is lightweight and aromatic. Brown sona masoori rice is healthy and nutrient-packed.

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  • Brown Sona Masoori Rice is a small grain, unpolished rice which has its rich fiber bran coating intact which makes it more nutritious and healthy. Brown Sona Masoori Rice is usually consumed as an everyday rice and has a more subdued flavor than traditional basmati rice. Sona Masoori Rice is not polished and so it is more nutrients than basmati rice. Sona Masoori Rice is best suited for weight loss. Sona Masuri is a medium-grain rice grown largely in the Indian states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. It is lightweight and aromatic. Brown sona masoori rice is healthy and nutrient-packed.It is usually a sweet-smelling rice, low in starch. This rice provides protein and is free of both fat and sodium. Sona Masuri is largely considered to be a healthy dish as it contains less starch and is easily digestible. It is ideal for preparing dishes like sweet pongal, biryani, fried rice, and daily cooking.

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  • Toor dal (Arhar dal) is the most popular and widely consumed dal in India and cooked most often in Indian households. This dal is known with many different names in different part of India, like Tuvar dal, Toovar dal. In Northern part of Indian it is known as yellow dal (peeli dal) or Arhar dal. Toor dal is very simple and nutritious and very easy to cook with simple tempering of cumin seeds and asafetida. But when you give extra tadka of onion, garlic, tomato and green chilies it becomes more spicy and flavorful – Tadka Dal. The popular south Indian sambhar is cooked with Toor dal.

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  • “Jaggery Goor is used as an ingredient in both sweet & savoury dishes. Made from sugar cane, this sugar is 100% natural.

    Unrefined sugar cane is used worldwide and can range in colour from light golden to dark brown, as well as having different consistencies. These variations are normal and fine to use.

    Jaggery goor has a delicate, fragrant, sweet, fudge like flavour.

    Ingredients: concentrated sugarcane juice.”

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  • Long grain rice is a variety of Basmati rice.Suitable for a wide variety of cuisines this versatile rice is an excellent accompaniment to any savoury dish.

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  • Rice flour is distinct from rice starch, which is usually produced by steeping rice in lye. Rice flour is a common substitute for wheat flour which causes irritation in the digestive systems of those who are gluten-intolerant. It is also used as a thickening agent in recipes that are refrigerated or frozen since it inhibits liquid separation. Rice flour is made from ground raw rice and is used to make rice noodles and some pancakes, such as South Indian appams. It can be used to thicken soups and stews, as well as providing an alternative to wheat flour in cakes and biscuits. However, it’s gluten-free so can’t be used to make yeasted loaves of bread.

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  • “Sona Masuri/Sona Masoori is a fine-grain rice grown largely in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Karnataka.
    In Telugu, Sona Masuri rice/ Sona Masoori is called Bangaru Theegalu (meaning Golden Ivy). It’s also lightweight and low in starch making it perfect for use in Indian and Chinese dishes.”

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