Makhanas, also called fox nuts, or lotus seeds, come from a plant called Euryale Fox which grows in the stagnant water of wetlands or ponds in Eastern Asia. They have been used in Chinese medicine since 3000 years and find an important place in the science of Ayurveda too. Phool Makhana also finds significance in religious ceremonies in India and is a popular 'fasting' dish prepared during Navratri and other occasions they are low in cholesterol, fat and sodium. This makes them an ideal snack to satiate those in-between meal hunger pangs. Popular as a fasting food, its health benefits are superior to those of dry fruits such as almonds and walnuts. Some of the health benefits of makhana are: It's a good source of protein, carbohydrates, fibre, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and zinc. High in fiber and low in calories.
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!
Raw mangoes are firm in texture and are super tangy and sour in taste. They are an excellent source of Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C & Fibre. Raw mangoes are perfect for preparing varieties of pickles and can also be enjoyed simply with a dash of chilly powder and salt.
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