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This traditional Indian snack is a great way to enjoy a tasty and healthy treat. Daria Mahabaleshwar is made with premium quality chickpeas, which are then roasted with salt to enhance their flavour. The husk of this chana gives it an extra crunch that will make your mouth water. Enjoy this delightful snack as a mid-day pick-me-up or as an appetiser before a meal. With its unique taste and great nutritional value, it will surely be enjoyed by everyone in your family.
Dried Amla, also called Indian Gooseberry, is a small fruit high in antioxidants and one of the most beneficial nutrients in Ayurvedic medicine. It has roughly twice the antioxidant power of acai berry and about 17 times the antioxidants of pomegranate. Dried Amla is a true Superfood that should be in every household.
Dried Apricots can be eaten before meals to aid digestion. Apricots are high in fibre and vitamin A and are a good source of potassium. Plus, they’re low in fat and calories, making them the perfect addition to any sweet or savoury recipe for an extra nutritional boost.
Blueberries are known as the ‘King of Antioxidants’. It is also a great source of fibre and vitamins. It has a sweet and sour flavour and goes well in baking. It also can be added to breakfast cereals, smoothies, trail mixes, and salads.
Dry Dates are a delicious, healthy snack perfect for an on-the-go life. They are an excellent source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals and are low in fat. Kharek is also a natural sweetener, making them the perfect snack for people with a sweet tooth. Add to pancakes, muffins, cakes, cookies, puddings, kheer, candies, and more.
Dried Orange Peel is a great way to get all the benefits of the orange in a convenient and easy-to-use form. Dried Orange Peel is a bitter-sweet, citrus treat that is especially popular in baking but can also be enjoyed as a snack or in your cooking. They add a sweet and tangy flavour to jams, fruitcakes, cookies, muffins and more. Orange Peels are full of flavour and make an excellent and guilt-free addition to recipes!
Dried Rose Petals are an excellent way to add flavour and fragrance to your favourite dishes. Our dried rose petals are 100% natural and edible, made from fresh rose petals. They go well with biryani, rose syrup, gulkand, and rose jam. You can also use them to decorate food or powder them for skincare. Dried Rose Petals are a must-have in any kitchen because they have many uses.
Our Dried Tart Cherries are an excellent source of dietary fibre and vitamins A and C. The attractive red colour and sweet-tart flavour of these Dried Tart Cherries make them well suited for sweet and savoury cooking, from salads, bread and stuffing to ice cream, muffins and scones.
Made from a blend of Barnyard Millet (Sama), Sago, Singhara (Water Chestnut) and Amaranth (Rajgira) flour, this flour is perfect for fasting days like Ekadashi or Navratri or for those looking to include a gluten-free option in their daily diet. With Farali Atta, you’ll get all the flavour and nutrition of your favourite foods without any gluten.
Dried Figs are the perfect healthy snack. They are high in fibre and nutrients and will keep you full and satisfied. Anjeer is also high in potassium, calcium, and iron, and it is known to aid digestion. You can add them to your office snacks or give them to your children for tiffin as a healthy alternative to chocolates and toffees.
Foxtail Millet is rich in dietary fibre, which helps promote healthy digestion. It is also an excellent source of vitamins and minerals, including B vitamins, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, and iron. Foxtail Millet is incredibly low in calories and has a low glycemic index, making it a great choice for those looking to manage their weight. This versatile grain can be used in a variety of dishes, from breakfast cereals to salads, pilaf, and more.
Gantoda Powder, also known as Pipramul, is used in many Indian recipes and teas as an Ayurvedic remedy and is an immunity booster. Ganthoda Powder is derived from a rhizome similar to ginger root. It is usually used in powdered form by mixing equal parts ginger powder, jaggery, and water to relieve stomach discomfort and joint pain. It is also used as a traditional remedy for the common cold.