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      Natco Moong dal (With Skin) 2kg

      5013531621038
      Split Mung Beans with the husk of the bean included.
      £4.99
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      Natco Toor dal (Plain) 500g

      5013531870207
      Toor dal is the most widely used dal in India. This ochre-colored split pea has a slightly sweet, nutty flavor.
      £2.19
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      Natco Cumin Seeds Black 300g

      5013531211062
      Also called Kala Jeera this is a more rare form of cumin. Black Cumin is more subtle than brown cumin, the seeds are sweeter, smaller and have a more delicate taste. The first flavour is small, then it grows to a smokey black flavour like lapsang suchong. The after taste is slightly bitter with nuances of citrus and aniseed. Black Cumin is used in many Indian curries and tandooris. To bring out the nutty flavour, the seeds are best toasted slightly before use. Bunium persicum or black cumin is a plant in the family Apiaceae. It is used as a common culinary spice in Northern India, Tajikistan and Iran but outside these areas use is rare. There is a common confusion between Bunium persicum and Nigella Sativa which is also commonly called Kala Jeera and used predominantly in Bengali cookery. You can buy Nigella Sativa or Kalwonji here. Black Cumin was discovered in Tutankhamen's tomb, implying that it played an important role in ancient Egyptian practices. Black Cumin's role in Egyptian culture is not fully understood, but it is known that items entombed that items placed in a kings tomb were selected as important for use in the afterlife. The earliest known reference to black cumin is in the Book of Isiah in the Old Testament where Isiah compares the differences between reaping wheat and black cumin. When ingested, black cumin seeds and extracts can be used for a number of conditions. They have been used for centuries to treat digestive problems including stomach pain and flatulence. Black cumin seeds also have a long history in the natural treatment of asthma and other respiratory conditions. Compounds from the seeds appear to have antimicrobial properties, and are sometimes used to treat urinary tract infections. Oil from black cumin seeds can be used topically to treat dry skin, eczema and other skin issues. In addition, black cumin seeds are sometimes used in beauty regimens to strengthen hair and nails, as well as making them more glossy. A beneficial tea can be made by infusing the seeds with boiling hot water.
      £6.49
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      Natco Cumin Seeds Black 100g

      5013531211086
      Also called Kala Jeera this is a more rare form of cumin. Black Cumin is more subtle than brown cumin, the seeds are sweeter, smaller and have a more delicate taste. The first flavour is small, then it grows to a smokey black flavour like lapsang suchong. The after taste is slightly bitter with nuances of citrus and aniseed. Black Cumin is used in many Indian curries and tandooris. To bring out the nutty flavour, the seeds are best toasted slightly before use. Bunium persicum or black cumin is a plant in the family Apiaceae. It is used as a common culinary spice in Northern India, Tajikistan and Iran but outside these areas use is rare. There is a common confusion between Bunium persicum and Nigella Sativa which is also commonly called Kala Jeera and used predominantly in Bengali cookery. You can buy Nigella Sativa or Kalwonji here. Black Cumin was discovered in Tutankhamen's tomb, implying that it played an important role in ancient Egyptian practices. Black Cumin's role in Egyptian culture is not fully understood, but it is known that items entombed that items placed in a kings tomb were selected as important for use in the afterlife. The earliest known reference to black cumin is in the Book of Isiah in the Old Testament where Isiah compares the differences between reaping wheat and black cumin. When ingested, black cumin seeds and extracts can be used for a number of conditions. They have been used for centuries to treat digestive problems including stomach pain and flatulence. Black cumin seeds also have a long history in the natural treatment of asthma and other respiratory conditions. Compounds from the seeds appear to have antimicrobial properties, and are sometimes used to treat urinary tract infections. Oil from black cumin seeds can be used topically to treat dry skin, eczema and other skin issues. In addition, black cumin seeds are sometimes used in beauty regimens to strengthen hair and nails, as well as making them more glossy. A beneficial tea can be made by infusing the seeds with boiling hot water.
      £2.49
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      Natco Sarson Ka Saag Heat and Eat 450g

      5013531940955
      A delicious pureed dish prepared from chopped mustard leaves and spices. Popular in Punjab, it is best served as a main dish with naan breads or chapattis.
      £1.29
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      Natco Karela (Bitter Melon) Tins 400g

      5013531940726
      Known in India as the "bitter gourd" or "bitter melon". This unusual looking vegetable is regarded highly as an aid to digestion and its ability to cure a wide range of common ailments. It looks like a very knobbly gherkin and has a taste and texture somewhere between a cooked courgette and a cucumber with crunchy edible seeds. A distinctive vegetable side dish .
      £1.99
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      Natco Lotus Roots Tin 400g

      5013531940795
      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.
      £1.39
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      Natco Punjabi Tinda Tin 400g

      5013531940764
      The tinda and plural called tinday, also called Indian round gourd or apple gourd or Indian Baby Pumpkin, is a squash-like cucurbit grown for its immature fruit.
      £1.29
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      Natco Green Tuver (Pigeon Peas) Tin 400g

      5013531940788
      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.
      £1.49
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      Natco Pure Milk Powder 750g

      5013531621830
      Powder milk is made from fresh, pasteurized skim milk. First, the milk is concentrated in an evaporator until 50% of the milk solids remain. Next, the concentrated milk is sprayed into a heated chamber where the water almost instantly evaporates, leaving behind tiny dry milk particles.
      £3.39
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      Natco Milk Powder 300g

      5013531621847
      Powder milk is made from fresh, pasteurized skim milk. First, the milk is concentrated in an evaporator until 50% of the milk solids remain. Next, the concentrated milk is sprayed into a heated chamber where the water almost instantly evaporates, leaving behind tiny dry milk particles.
      £2.49
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      Natco Kevda Water 310ml

      5013531002530
      A clear essence that is extracted from screwpine flowers. It has a strong fragrance and is used to flavour biryanis, kheer and other rice and sweet dishes. Also known as Kevda water. It is gluten free and suitable for vegetarians. The male pandanus flower is almost exclusively used for kewra distillation.
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      Natco Spiced Tea 500g (160 Tea bags)

      5013531860024
      Natco Spiced Tea in bags is a quick and easy way to enjoy one of Asia's most traditional drinks. Based on traditional masala tea recipes this tea has a truly authentic taste and can be enjoyed at any time. Light and refreshing with the warming glow of cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, ginger and black pepper.
      £6.49
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      Natco Madras Curry Powder 100g

      5013531212489
      An authentic blend of exotic spices used by generations since the days of the Raj. Excellent for adding flavour to sauces, soups and rice.
      £0.89
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      Natco Rose Syrup 725ml

      5013531000734
      A handy 710ml bottle of Rose Syrup. Mix with milk for a traditional Asian "milk rose" drink or with sparkling water and lots of crushed ice. Pour over ice cream or add to sweets and puddings.
      £2.99
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      Natco Cumin Seeds 100g

      5013531211178
      An essential ingredient in curry and masala mixtures. Strongly aromatic, spicy and slightly bitter in taste. Cumin has a distinctive, slightly bitter yet warm flavour. Replace every 6 months or so. Net Weight: 100g
      £0.99
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      Natco Urad dal 500g

      5013531920193
      Urid Dal, Urad Dal or Ulutham Paruppu are black lentils that have been split and skinned.
      £1.99
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      Natco Urad dal 2kg

      5013531920148
      Urid Dal, Urad Dal or Ulutham Paruppu are black lentils that have been split and skinned.
      £6.49
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      Natco Toor dal (oily) 2kg

      5013531870139
      Toor dal is the most widely used dal in India. This ochre-coloured split pea has a slightly sweet, nutty flavor.
      £4.29
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      Natco Almonds (Badam) 400g

      5013531110082
      An essential ingredient in many Asian dishes and sweets. Mix with Natco Green Raisins for a delicious snack. Fantastic value.
      £3.99
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