Made from cautiously fermented batter of rice and urad dal, this rice idli mix by Gits will make your idlis famous in the neighbourhood. This instant mix makes around eighteen idlis in only three easy steps.
India can be roughly divided into 2 zones, the rice eating South and the Wheat eating North. Wheat has been cultivated in India, primarily in the northern and western states since prehistoric times and the ancient Vedic texts give many references to "godhuma", wheat in Sanskrit.
Coriander seed is possibly the most important ingredient in Indian curries and dried roasted Coriander seeds or dhana dal are eaten as a snack. Coriander seeds are also an essential ingredient in tagines.
Coriander goes well with ham and pork, especially when orange is included. It enhances fish dishes and, with other spices, may form a delicious coating for spiced fish or chicken, rubbed into the scored flesh and grilled...
Available in 750g.
Ground Ginger is used extensively in Indian and Oriental cuisines. A convenient alternative to fresh ginger and an essential ingredient for preparing pastes and marinades.
Fresh ginger is essential to Asian and oriental cookery. It is used in pickles, chutneys and curry pastes and the ground dried root is a constituent of many curry powders. Tender young ginger can be sliced and eaten as a salad. Sometimes the roots will produce green sprouts which can be finely chopped and added to a green salad. In the West, dried ginger is mainly used in cakes and biscuits, especially ginger snaps and gingerbread. Ginger is also used in puddings, jams, preserves and in some drinks like ginger beer, ginger wine and tea. Pickled ginger is a delicious accompaniment to satays and a colourful garnish to many Chinese dishes. Preserved ginger is eaten as a confection, chopped up for cakes and puddings, and is sometimes used as an ice cream ingredient.