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Ragi Flour

$8.50

Ragi Flour is milled from red and round finger millets. These millets are rich in iron which makes the flour very nourishing. The flour is high in iron content, protein, fiber, and vitamins. It is pink, soft, and heavy flour.

 

It is widely eaten as bread. But you can also make chips, fruit cakes, pies, soups, cakes, and more using our organic Ragi Flour.

Rajma Chitra

$11.00

Rajma Chitra is a white speckled kidney bean and is light brown in color. It is rich in iron, potassium, magnesium, vitamin C and folate. Rajma Chitra is sturdy in nature and a subtle in taste and is very high protein and fiber.

Rajma Jammu

$16.99

Rajma is also known as Red Kidney Beans and are full of nutrients and proteins. They are called kidney beans because they are shaped like kidneys. They usually have a dark-red color and has high quantities of iron and fiber. Rajma is an extremely popular dish in Northern India.

Rajma Red

$11.00

Rajma is also known as Red Kidney Beans and are full of nutrients and proteins. They are called kidney beans because they are shaped like kidneys. They usually have a dark-red color and has high quantities of iron and fiber. Rajma is an extremely popular dish in Northern India.

Real Jasmine Masala Incense

Our jasmine masala incense contains specific properties which purify the air and induce excellent and positive vibes in the environment. It helps increase focus and concentration. It is a wonderful antidepressant that instantly relaxes your body and mind.

Red Chilli Whole Stemless

$6.99

Red Chilli adds a zing to a dish. It has a hot and spicy flavor which comes from its seeds. It is one of the most essential part of the Indian cuisine.

Rice Flour

$9.00

Rice Flour is made from finely-milled raw grains of rice. It is a rich source of carbohydrates. It is used as a thickening and binding agent in many Asian cuisines like Indian, Chinese, Japanese, etc.

 

Rice flour is major consumed in India’s southern parts in dishes like idli, dosa, bhakhri, appam, modaks, and more.

Roasted Chana Flour

$9.00

Roasted Chana Flour, mostly known as Sattu in India, is derived by grinding roasted chickpeas. In addition, It is rich in carbohydrates and preferable for gluten-free diets. Also, Sattu or Roasted Chana Flour is primarily consumed in the northern regions of India.

 

You can relish the goodness of this flour in sattu parathas, sattu sharbat, stuffed littis, missi rotis, and more.

Sesame Oil

$15.00

Sesame Oil is extracted from sesame seeds. It has a slightly nutty flavor. It is used in Asian and Mediterranean cuisines for frying, salad dressing, tempering, and more. Sesame Oil is proven to be highly beneficial for the skin.

Try making Paneer Chili, Kung Pao Potatoes, Honey Chili Dressing and more with Sesame Oil.

Sesame Seed White

$5.99

Sesame seeds have a rich flavor and are nutty in nature. They provide crunchiness to a dish. They have no particular taste of being salty or spicy or sweet. Mostly used as a garnish on top of breads and buns, it is a widely used ingredient across the Asian continent.

Sesame Seeds Brown

$5.99

Brown Sesame Seeds have a nutty and slightly sweet flavor, which is enhanced by toasting. They are widely used in Middle-Eastern cuisines as a part of the famous Tahini sauce. They are used as a garnish in salads, appetizers, and chutneys because of their crunchy texture.

Sooji Coarse

$11.99

Sooji Coarse, widely known as semolina, is a coarse flour-like product made from beating Durum wheat. The colors and size of sooji can vary depending on the quality of the Durum wheat. Moreover, sooji is a versatile ingredient that is used to make both savory and sweet delicacies.

 

For instance, the most-celebrated sooji delicacies are sooji halwa, upma, rava idli, rava dosa, and masala idli.

Sunflower Oil

$13.99

Sunflower Oil is a non-volatile oil pressed from the seeds of a sunflower. It is clear and amber-colored. Sunflower oil is preferably used for frying or tempering as it is very light and gets soaked less.

You can make bhajyas, pooris, fries, and much more using Sunflower Oil. Try this amazing recipe of Kadhi Pakora made in Sunflower Oil

Tandoori Masala

Tandoori Masala is a perfect blend that includes all kinds of spices for an awesome tandoori experience. It is enriched with spice, flavor, and the special tandoori aroma.

It can be used to marinade all kinds of veggies, paneer, or even soybean chunks. You can even use it to amp up your paneer preparations or simply choose to use it as a marinade for grillled vegetables.

Tandoori Masala (Extra Hot)

Tandoori masala – extra hot is a perfect blend that includes all kinds of organic Indian spices used for a spicy and lip-smacking tandoori experience. It is enriched with spice, flavor, and the unique tandoori aroma.

Organic Indian spices like turmeric, red chilies, cloves, and more are roasted and ground into a fine powder to make the authentic Indian tandoori masala. It is widely used in curries and marinades for all kinds of veggies, paneer, or even soybean chunks.

Tea Masala

Tea Masala is a unique blend of flavorful and aromatic spices that are used to prepare the famous Indian Masala Tea. It combines flavors of clove, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger powder, and more.

Add a little to your every day tea and enhance your tea-time experience. Also, The use of these spices in tea is believed to be good for immunity.