Brown Basmati RiceBrown Basmati Rice
This aromatic and flavorsome rice comes from farms in the Northern belt. Brown basmati rice is full of different nutrients and contains a mixture of vitamins and minerals that correspond to its rich flavor and nutty aroma.
In general, brown rices are more full of nutrients than their white rice relatives, and brown basmati rice is one of the most nutrient-rich of them all. One of main reasons why brown rice is healthier is because while processing, only the outermost layer, the hull, of the rice kernel is removed and hence is the least damaging to its nutritional value.
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry, dark place.
Uses: Brown basmati rice generally cooks more quickly. It is recommended to rinse the rice well before cooking and soak it in water for 30-45 minutes. Ration of rice to water can be in the proportion of 1:2-2.5 cups
Maize – Corn DaliaMaize – Corn Dalia
Maize dalia is gluten free milled from dried maize whole kernel, hence a coarse texture and is yellow colored. As corn contains a good amount of protein and carbohydrates, its a great source for energy, even for kids.
Uses: Makai ki roti is a famous Indian dish prepared from this flour and can be used for making many delicacies. One of our customers made an interesting version of payasam with this and our jaggery powder.
Did you know: Maize dalia provides relief from heat in summer and in winter it increases the capacity to withstand the cold weather conditions as it provides more energy for the calories consumed.
Millet – Korle (Brown top Millet)Millet – Korle (Brown top Millet)
Brown top Millet has the highest amount of maximum digestable fibre Content among the Millets, also called as Korale, Korle in Kannada is a millet grown in Karnataka, Cleaned and Packed for immediate cooking and consumption.
Oat FlakesOat Flakes
Oat Flakes are oat grains that have been kiln-dried, steamed and flattened. They are extremely high in fiber, especially when eaten whole, and they contain a number of other useful vitamins and minerals.
Healthy Alternative for breakfast and snacks!
Usage: Oat flakes are mostly served as a popular, hot breakfast meal (oatmeal – a dish made by cooking oats with water, milk, or another liquid to soften them). In addition, they are a primary ingredient in a number of applications such as cookies, breads and granola.
Nutritional info : Calories 379, Protein 45.5g, Carbohydrates 279, Sugar 1g Fat 54.6