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Dry Fruits & Nuts
Almonds are considered the healthiest of nuts. The Almond tree is native to south Asia and the Middle East.Culinary uses- Almonds are used to prepare almond milk, marzipan, nougat etc.- It is used in Indian curries to give them a rich, creamy consistency.- It is said that soaking them overnight and consuming them after removing the skin in the m...
Phool Makhana is the blown seed of the Lotus plant. It looks a little like popcorn.
Dried lotus seeds that are sold in packages or in bulk at many Asian markets must first be soaked in water overnight prior to use due to their hardness and toughness. They can then be added directly to soups and congee, or used in other dishes.
Raisins or kishmish, as they are known in Hindi, are dried grapes, with a sweet and sour taste. The Raisins are a delicious snack or can also be added to salads and desserts. When added to curries and pulavs they lend a sweet taste to the dish.Health Benefits- They are rich in dietary fibre.- Raisins are low on fat and cholesterol.- It is said ...
Cashew nut is commonly used in Indian cuisine, whole as garnishing in sweets or in curries, as well as paste in dishes like Korma. A popular sweet dish Kaju ki burfi uses cashew as the major ingredient. Cashew is also consumed as raw dry fruit.TRS Cashew kernels are un-roasted, unsalted.
This almond powder is usually used in cakes (such as fairy cakes) - either sprinkled on top or used as part of the mix. This 300g bulk pack is usually enough for most recipes.For use in cakes, desserts and other recipes.
Almonds are a natural and excellent source of Vitamin E. They are widely used in baking and can be roasted or salted to make a tasty snack.this Almond flakes can be used instantly to garnish cakes and baking items.
Toor dal is the most widely used dal in India. This ochre-coloured split pea has a slightly sweet, nutty flavour. It can be used in dhals and is a main ingredient in traditional South Indian sambar and rasam soup.
Val Dal (Vall) is the split and skinless dal from the Val Bean. It is light tan in colour and has a slightly nutty / bitter flavour when cooked. Tastes great when cooked with coconut or ginger.
Laziza Spice Mix is a ready mixed spice blend for traditional indian dishes.