White pepper is simply the berry with the outer skin removed which gives a slightly milder and delicate flavour than black pepper. Ground white pepper is made from ground whole white peppers. Use in light coloured or cream sauces and stews to add flavour without the black speckles of black pepper.
A slightly less pungent version of our Hot Curry Powder when a milder flavour with less heat is required. An authentic blend of exotic spices used by generations since the days of the Raj. Excellent for adding flavour to sauces, soups and rice.
Net Weight: 1Kg refill.
Lotus root is an acquatic plant root grows under water and comes under water lily family. The formal name for the lotus is Nelumbo nucifera, although it is known by a variety of other native names in the countries where it grows.
Best lightly roasted before use, imparting a nutty aroma and crunchy texture to dishes. In India the seeds are usually ground, to thicken and flavour sauces. Tastes good in sweet pastries, breads and is ideal for garnishing vegetables.
Available in 100g bags.
All the flavour and texture of fresh ginger without the inconvenience of peeling and chopping. Ginger paste is an essential ingredient in many Indian curries as well as Thai and Chinese cuisine.
Available in 1Kg glass bottle.
Alubia Beans are also known as White Kidney Beans and Cannelloni beans. Beans and pulses are naturally low in fat high in fiber and rich in protein.The recipes made from Alubia beans are popular among vegetarian. Alubia Beans a compulsory part of a menu on special occasions in Punjab. Alubia Beans most commonly eaten beans in traditional Indian cuisine. Alubia beans recipe is very simple to make and are rich in taste too.
Red Chowri are considered to be an important food legume in India, rest of Asia and even Africa. They are also called or referred to as zipper cream peas or Southern peas. In South India Red Chowri are used to make side dishes and broths and are generally cooked with coconut milk, tomatoes, diced onions and spices.
Pigeon peas are an important legume crop. The Indian subcontinent, eastern Africa and Central America, are the world's three main pigeon pea-producing regions. The dried peas may be sprouted briefly, then cooked, for a flavour different from the green or dried peas.