• Besan is gluten-free flour used in the preparation of several sweet and savoury snacks including the world-famous laddoo! The super-fine flour prepared from pure chana dal, has an earthy aroma and binding nature. It is used for making onion, potato or banana fritters, which are sliced vegetables, dipped in a besan-based batter and deep-fried to a beautiful golden brown. They are known by names like pakoda and bhajiya, and loved by almost all Indians.

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    $3.49$6.24
  • Bhakhri flour is nothing but the wheat flour. Wheat flour tends to produce baked goods with a heavy, dense texture as well as a bitter taste, especially when used in recipes developed for all-purpose flour. Most common use of this flour is for making Indian Tortilla.

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    $2.49$8.11
  • Broken wheat or cracked wheat or Fada is made by milling whole raw wheat grains coarsely. Wheat is cleaned and husked and then processed to the required size. It is highly nutritious as it does not undergo refining. Such cracked wheat has a large number of uses, especially as a dietary supplement. When broken wheat is cooked, it has a hearty, warm aroma and a delightful, grainy taste. It is slightly nutty and chewy. 

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    $3.74$5.61
  • Cracked wheat is a wheat product made from whole raw wheat kernels which are crushed or cut into smaller pieces. There are a large number of uses for cracked wheat, and the food makes a popular dietary supplement in many cultures. Many grocery stores carry cracked wheat, which should be stored in a cool dry place until use so that it does not go rancid.

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    $3.74$5.61
  • Ladu Besan is the powder of Chana Dal. It is prepared from pure chana dal and they blend it untill it became powder. The colour of this Besan is light yellow colour. Basically the main purpose of this Ladu Besan is to make indian sweets like Besan Laddu, Boondi,Imarti and so on.

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    $4.74$7.24
  • Rice flour is made from ground raw rice and is used to make rice noodles and some pancakes, which incorporates South Indian appams. it is able to be used to thicken soups and stews, similarly to imparting an opportunity to wheat flour in desserts and biscuits. however, it is gluten-loose so cannot be used to make yeasted loaves of bread.

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    $3.74$4.99
  • Rava is the name for semolina in south India. The ingredient is not only used as a battering ingredient in many Indian dishes, but it is also used as the main ingredient in numerous foods, both sweet and savory, like Upma and Rawa Laddoo.

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  • Rava is the name for semolina in south India. The ingredient is not only used as a battering ingredient in many Indian dishes, but it is also used as the main ingredient in numerous foods, both sweet and savory, like Upma and Rawa Laddoo.

    $3.74$4.99

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