Simply mango chutney zipped up with a bit of ginger and chili. Sweet and spicy at the same time- a delicious combination. Use as traditional mango chutney. Mango chutneys are made in homes throughout India; the recipe varies depending on local ingredients and the spices used. Ours contains chunky pieces of mango with sugar for sweetness and the added tang of ginger, clove, pepper, and chilies - still a sweet chutney but with very mild hotness for added interest.
Nestlé Maggi 2-Minutes Masala Noodles have been a classic Indian snack for a good few decades now. Maggi Masala is perfectly convenient for any snacking occasion, and is easy to make and consume. Maggi Instant Noodles come with a noodle cake and a flavourful tastemaker sachet made with a secret mix of choicest roasted Indian herbs and spices. So, everyone can now enjoy snack-time any time, without letting the hunger strike!
Plain or Non- Oily Toor dal, this Toor dal is without any oil application. Many dishes like puran poli, sambhar and dal fry can be prepared. Toor dal is the staple food of India and is consumed on a daily basis in almost all Indian households along with rice and roti.
Impart a golden touch to your meals with Sona Masoori rice – the Golden Ivy. Sourced directly from the paddy fields of Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh, this light weight and aromatic rice variety is sure to titillate your taste buds!
Round, very thin and crispy in texture, Khakhras are commonly eaten in the morning with breakfast. They are made of wheat flour, oil, and salt. This variety is flavored with methi, also known as dry fenugreek leaves. They have a slightly bitter taste. Khakhara is great as a light snack with tea, coffee, and cold soft drinks.