An Indian snack food composed primarily of potato starch and tinted sago
It prepare quick intro oil bath in hot oil
Inflates in seconds, they are colored and can be served any time of day
Serve, besides as an appetizer or main preparation
Great for making fancy edges and waffle cuts on various fruits and vegetables
Far-far is an Indian snack food composed primarily of potato starch and tinted sago. This is star shaped and is prepared by simply dipping in hot oil for few seconds before they get inflated. It can be consumed any time of the day but especially as an appetizer or as part of the main meal.
Sometimes called 'butter beans' because of its starchy and buttery texture, vall has a delicate flavour that complements a wide variety of dishes. you will find them in various shapes and sizes, Ranging from cream- coloured flat long beans, to broad hard beans and off white oval-shaped dal. This versatile ingredient is used commonly in Maharashtrian, Gujarati and parsi kitchens in traditional recipes like vangi ani Vaal, dalimbi ,walor muthia nu Shaak,Tottori dal etc.
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!
Kesar is a variety of mango like the alphonsa mangoes. It is widely grown in north of india. The pulp is extracted from the mangoes and got the natural sweetness. It is great by itself, or warmed and poured on ice cream. It also makes a great ice cream shake when added to vanilla ice cream. It is often used in sweets and yogurt drinks.
A Glass (250Ml) Of Iced Water To Make A Large Refreshing And Cool Drink Any Time
No Need To Add Sugar
Important: Do Not Refrigerate. Store At Room Temperature. Use Within 1 Month After Breaking The Seal.