24 Mantra Organic Mustard – Small, 100 gm Pouch
Mustard is used as a spice. These can be of special colors ranging from yellow, white, brown and black. It is rich source of vitamins and minerals.
Everest Pavbhaji Masala, 100 GmEverest Pavbhaji Masala, 100 Gm
About Everest Pavbhaji Masala
Pav bhaji masala is the blend that took Mumbai by storm. ‘Pav’ means a bun shaped home made bread. ‘Bhaji’ means mashed vegetables. From its humble origins in the by-lanes of Mumbai, it has become a ‘must’ on menus in 5-STAR restaurants and celebrity weddings. Dished out in the far-flung corners of the country, it has acquired the status of a foremost vegetarian recipe.
Everest Garam Masala, 50 GmEverest Garam Masala, 50 Gm
About Everest Garam Masala
Everest Garam Masala. From the lush spice-fields India, comes a premium quality Garam Masala. Pounded to retain authentic flavor, taste and aroma, it is the household staple in every Indian kitchen.
24 Mantra Organic Channa – Brown, 500 gm Pouch24 Mantra Organic Channa – Brown, 500 gm Pouch
24 Mantra Organic Brown Chana comes in the kind of legumes in the family of chickpeas. It is high in proteins. It is an extremely good source of zinc and rich in carbohydrates. It contains a group of dietary fiber that is necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle. It takes care of the insulin condition in the body for diabetic patients. These extremely nutritious chanas contain low end fat and has high water content. These avoid dehydration and help when suffering from bowel disorders or vomiting. Apart from being loaded in iron and calcium they have many important amino acids.
Everest Dry Ginger Powder, 100 GmEverest Dry Ginger Powder, 100 Gm
About Everest Dry Ginger Powder
Everest Ginger Powder is fine-ground, light yellow, Cochin ginger- renowned for its subtle lemon like aroma and sharp, biting flavour. It is sourced from the port of Cochin off Keralas famed Malabar Coast. Ginger has a pungent-lemony, warm-sweet flavour. Its a warming spice. In the middle ages, ginger was valued on par with black pepper. A pound of it was worth the price of a sheep.