Grains

  • Corn Flour 100gm

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     27.00
  • Vada Parippu

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     27.50 110.00
  • Vanpayar

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    100g of cooked peas provide: 128 calories, 0gm fat, 7.5gm protein, 25gm carbohydrates, 7.3f of dietary fibre, 8 mg sodium, folate, potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, iron, manganese and zinc

     25.00 100.00
  • Green Peas

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     52.50 210.00
  • Muthira 500gm

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     35.00
  • Ellu 100gm

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     41.00
  • Kadala Parippu

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    Kadala Parippu 500gm

    • Organiac chana dal; Eat natural live healthy
    • Daily need products for a healthy and energetic life
    • Chana dal is high in fibre and help to lower cholesterol; Apart from having a great taste
    • Rich in fiber and protein, healthy and tasty, without polish, adulterant free, anti-inflammatory
    • Best organiac grocery and gourmet in India; Health is wealth so give it a try for healthier life;
     34.50 138.00
  • Sambar Parippu

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    Tuvara Parippu 500gm

    • Toor dal is an excellent source of nutrients and plant protein, and it also contains dietary fiber
    • It also has Vitamin B3 that helps lower bad cholesterol while increasing good cholesterol.
    • Organic. Free from Chemicals and Pesticides. Safe for Farmers. Good for Nature.
    • Nutrients are retained as such unmatched taste and consistency in quality throughout the year
    • Store in an airtight Glass or Stainless Container in a cool and dry place.
     25.50 102.00
  • Kuvaraku Ragi 500gm

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    Ragi

    • Ragi can be used to make a variety of breakfast dishes like ragi idli, dosa and upma either by itself or by simply combining it with other grain flours like jowar, bajra and whole wheat.
    • Ragi, a super grain with many nutrients, is used popularly to serve to infants and toddlers as it contains the protein and fiber needed for a healthy upbringing.
    • Ragi flour can also be used to make sweets for a lot of occasions. Like whole wheat flour is used to make sweets, so it Ragi flour, which prove to be much healthier than the other options. Some of these are Ragi Sheera or Ragi Barfi.
    • To enhance the healthiness of Ragi, one can even bake it to make various types of snacks like crackers and chakli.
    • Free from Harmful Chemicals, Pesticides & No Additives
     55.00
  • Kadala

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    Kadala

    Kala chana is an Indian name for garbanzo beans, or chickpeas — also known as Bengal gram in India. Indian garbanzo beans are smaller and darker than garbanzo beans grown in more temperate regions, such as the United States, according to Purdue University. You can use these nutritious legumes from the can or prepare dried kala chana by soaking and boiling them.

     24.00 95.00
  • Cherupayar Parippu

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    Cherupayar Parippu 500 gm

    Yellow gram like other lentils and pulses is a good source of protein and dietary fibre. It is low in fat and rich in B complex vitamins, calcium and potassium. It is free from heaviness and flatulence, which are associated with other pulses.

     35.00 140.00
  • Vella Kadala

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    Vella Kadala 500gm

    • Hygienically packed kabuli chana which is free from impurities such as weevils and stones
    • Dals are sorted to deliver consistent quality of grains through the year
    • Our dals undergo up to 70 tests to ensure high quality
    • No artificial flavours. No preservatives
    • Dals are a rich source of protein*
    • Packaging designed to retain the goodness of dals
    • Ideal for making chhole masala
    • Soak overnight for 8 – 10 hrs, drain the water, cook in a pressure cooker for 7 to 8 whistle
     27.50 110.00
  • Uzhunnu parippu

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     35.00 140.00
  • Cherupayar

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    Green gram dal is a healthy, low-fat, high-fiber source of protein. In addition, as a legume, it also helps you reach your vegetable and protein requirements, as its nutrient benefits allow it to fit in both categories.

    Green gram dal and moong dal are both derived from the mature mung bean. The two dals are often used interchangeably with one another, and green gram’s name in Hindi is actually “moong dal.” Green gram dal is used in traditional Indian and Southeast Asian cuisine, where it is used to make dough or as the primary ingredient to soups, stews and curries. High in fiber as well as other nutrients, green gram dal is a low-fat source of protein.

     35.00 140.00