Garam masala is a tradition blend of spices from a secret recipe used since the days of the the Raj. Garam Masala literally means mixed or blended hot spices. A little goes a long way in pilafs, biryanis, meat and poultry dishes. Can be used as the base for biryanis, currries and special spice blends. Available in 1 kg pack.
Mix Masala is a traditional blend of whole spices used in curries, biryanis and spice blend. Ingredients: Black Cardamoms, Cloves, Black Pepper, Coriander Seeds, Cumin Seeds, Cassia Bark and Bay Leaves.
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!
BBD :- 31st May 2021.
Farari Chevdo / chewdo is mainly eaten (by hindus) during the days and months of fasting. On the days Hindus fast, there is a list of foods that they are “allowed” to eat. The list – often referred to as farali food – includes all the fruits and nuts, milk and milk products including yogurt. It also includes potatoes, sweet potatoes, cassava, tapiaco, ragigara flour etc…. In fact, the sumptuous delicacies you can eat in place of everyday food makes you feel that you are having a feast because of the variety you can make.
A North Indian preparation of potatoes and chickpeas in a spicy hot sauce. A mouth watering delicacy, Aloo Chole is a common North Indian dish highly acclaimed as an accompaniment to chapatis and puris. It's a masterly combination of potatoes and chickpeas in a spiced hot sauce for a rich taste with a final tangy touch
Dal Makhani is a traditional slow cooked, rich curry with black gram and red kidney beans. This medium hot dish has black gram and tomatoes blended into a thick richly spiced butter sauce, slowly cooked to produce a perfect melting taste. Ideally served as a main dish with jeera rice, naan bread or chapatti. Or serve as a side dish accompaniment to an Indian meal.
Ashoka Aloo Paratha with the combination of Aloo which is healthy and yummy, is an unleavned bread that originates from the Northen part of the Indian sub continent. Paratha or paranthas are very popular as a breakfast meal specially in north India. They are most popular in the state of punjab where they are popular breakfast meal.