Gram Flour is the finest gram flour available in the UK and is the UK's gram flour brand leader. Unlike other gram flours which are often made from ground chick peas, Natco Gram Flour is made from 100% Chana Dal. It has a slightly nutty flavour and an earthy aroma and is used generally as a thickener for curries and soups and to make pakora and bhajia batters.
Dark Brown or Indian Black Chickpea: Whole chana is great when used in a curry, sprouted for salads and roasted for snack. Whole chana flour is made from this black chana and is different from besan. It is just like other whole grain flour that contain cereal germ, endosperm and bran.
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!
Raw mangoes are firm in texture and are super tangy and sour in taste. They are an excellent source of Vitamin B complex, Vitamin C & Fibre. Raw mangoes are perfect for preparing varieties of pickles and can also be enjoyed simply with a dash of chilly powder and salt.
Round, very thin and crispy in texture, Khakhras are commonly eaten in the morning with breakfast. They are made of wheat flour, oil, and salt. This variety is flavored with methi, also known as dry fenugreek leaves. They have a slightly bitter taste. Khakhara is great as a light snack with tea, coffee, and cold soft drinks.
Malawi Toor Dall or Toor Dall Oily is the skinned and split pigeon peas, more commonly known as arhar dal. The extra coating of oil, which is not removed during processing, helps preserve the dal for a longer duration of time, and is ideal for storage. Sometimes called the “King of Pulses”, toor dall is one of the most commonly consumed dals throughout India, and is known for its thick consistency, rich taste, and low cook time. Mostly it is soaked in water for an hour, and then pressure cooked, with an added tadka. It is also used for making different kinds of legume curries, stews, and many other dishes. It is one of the richest sources of plant based protein, and is also a good source of calcium, vitamins B and C, and magnesium.
Ratlami sev is a popular fried and crisp snack made with gram flour, clove ,pepper and other spices. Ratlami
sev is an speciality from the city of Ratlam (M.P) thus getting its name. The addition of the special spice
blend from TangyJars makes this spicy and gives a unique taste.
TangyJars Ratlami sev is used as a garnish on poha (the staple food of Indore and its surrounding region), as
well as lot many other food items. Sev can easily be consumed with any beverage or as an standalone snack. The product is all vegetarian and ready to eat.
Ready to eat
Made with best quality ingredients.
Famous across India and even internationally.
Unique taste and flavour.