Sona Masoori is an aromatic and lightweight medium-grained rice known as the “Pearls of South India,”. With its delicate flavor, it is the perfect choice for pongal, coconut rice, steamed rice or as a compliment to South Indian Curries.
Rice that has been parboiled and then rolled, flattened, and dried to produce flakes. The flakes come in different thicknesses depending on the pressure used in the flattening process. The flakes are able to absorb a large volume of liquid when used in various dishes, so they absorb flavors well. They are very popular in Asian cooking, but in Western countries they are more often used commercially in the production of cereals and rice snacks. Rice flakes are found in many Asian markets and specialty shops.
Multi layered wheat bread. One of the famous incarnations of the Indian bread and loved by all, the luscious lachcha paratha is great for any occasion. Ingredients: whole wheat flour, water, refined sunflower oil, vegetable oil, soybean oil, palm oil, and salt.
In the range of Premium Basmati Rice, Banno Basmati Extra Long Basmati rice is the longest among all Basmati rice varieties. It contains all attributes of Basmati rice such as pearl white, extra long grains, smooth texture and firmness. The elongation of the grain is most delightful after cooking.
BANNO Extra Long Traditional Basmati Rice one of the nature's finest product draws its unique aroma and taste from the special soil & climate conditions found only in the mighty, misty mountain ranges called the HIMALAYAS.
Garimma Gold Basmati is an exclusive and elite variety of long grain rice, grown in India. It is famous all over the world for its aroma, smell and unique taste. Basmati rice is mainly grown in rice fields in the most fertile soils in Punjab and other northern Indian states.
Aloo Bhujia a crunchy aloo snack made from mildly spicy potato and gram flour. This is a healthier alternative to eating potato chips and is a staple part of the snacks selection in any Indian household. Aloo Bhujia can be added to salads or Bhel to make the dish more tasty and tempting.