100% freeze-dried sapota (chikoo) slices. Vacuum freeze drying process removes water from fresh sapota fruit. You get 100% natural, light and crispy sapota slices. No additives or preservatives. Non-GMO and Gluten Free. No additional colors or flavors. Ready to eat, food on the go, convenience snacks. Make sapota (chikoo) milkshake, thickshake, smoothies or add to your favorite ice-creams.
A packet of frozen vegetables is what you need after a hard day’s work when you want to spend minimum amount of time cooking. The vegetables are frozen when fresh using the revolutionary individual quick freezing technique. This helps preserve the nutritional content and flavor of the vegetables.
Gujarat is very well known for its mouthwatering traditional snacks and one such savoring seasonal treat is the Ponk – soft, tender sorghum (Jowar) grains, meticulously husked and roasted to perfection.
One Indian Bread which will surely top the charts, Haldiram's Mix Veg Paratha is a favourite for every reason! A truly fine stuffing of fresh vegetables flavoured with Onions, Herbs, Various Chilli Powders, Mango Powder and authentic Spices in Whole Wheat dough. Once baked, its taste will surely turn you into its ardent follower.. Ready in minutes. Stuffed range. Home made recipe. Extra stuffing. 100% natural. 0g trans fat & cholesterol. No preservatives. No artificial colours. Suitable for vegetarians. Haldiram's.
A seawater fish with one single bone. Found in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. Pomfrets have flat bodies and deeply forked tails. They are cooked fresh and are either fried or steamed. They do not have a strong odor and aftertaste that most of the saltwater fish have.
It is a popular menu item in hotels in TamilNadu. Pomfrets are usually prepared whole after removing the inner organs from the fish’s body. The fish is at its best taste when they are cooked fresh.
veg cutlet recipe | vegetable cutlet recipe | easy veg cutlet recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. a popular deep fried snack or patties made from a choice of boiled and mushy vegetables. it is a sought-after snack recipe particularly with the vegetarian or vegan diet followers and is mainly served during the evening with a cup of tea.
Be it any day, a comforting bowl of dal is always the answer to feed a hungry stomach. It is not spicy nor is it too bland, it is like a gravy to eat with rotis/chapathis or just mix with plain old rice. It is full of proteins and loaded with nutrients if you add greens or vegetables like in this dal palak.