Organic Is Fresh, Untreated and Healthy.It Is A Most Wanted of Calorie Conscious People as It Is Super Low On Calories.It Is A High-Quality Source of Calcium and Iron.It Is Used In Making Cookies, Porridge Unleavened Biscuits, Bread and Even Some Malted Beverages.It Is Typically Used To Make ChapattiS or Rotiare To Be Eaten Beside With Vegetables.24 Matraare Ragi Flour Is Natural, Thus Totally Fresh and Free of Chemicals, Foul Aroma and Powder.It Is Used To Prepare Dosas and Pancakes.It Has Extensive Usage as A Staple Starch All Over The World.It Is often Suggested By The Doctors To Incorporate Ragi Flour Items In An Infantare Diet Mainly Because of It Rich Calcium Substance.Being Gluten Free, It Is An Excellent Option For Wheat Allergy Suffers.It Is as Well Rich In Antioxidants.
Rice & Other Flours
Annai rice flour is made from clean, husked and specially processed rice. It is a good supply of vitamins and minerals such as niacin, vitamin D, thiamine, iron and calcium.
Anil rice flour is made from clean, husked and specially processed rice. It is a good supply of vitamins and minerals such as niacin, vitamin D, thiamine, iron and calcium.
Annai Spices are the preserve for Connoisseurs of authentic and pure ground Flovours & Aromas.
Aachi Ragi flour is prepared from carefully graded de- stoned ragi which is a superior supply of fiber. Ragi has low Glycemic Index which makes it digest especially slowly thus keeping the blood sugar levels steady. Ragi is wealthy in numerous minerals such as thiamine, iron and calcium and has sufficient amino acids. It also serves as a nutritious diet for diabetics.
Puttu is the favourite breakfast of kids and youngsters in Kerala. Puttu is also famous in Tamil Nadu. Basically, puttu is steamed cylinders of ground rice layered with grated coconut. The rice powder used for Puttu is different from all other varieties of rice batter which is used for traditional South Indian breakfast because of its coarse nature and drier texture.
Aachi Gulab Jamun Mix is used to arrange sweet Gulab Jamun. This recipe is a melt-in-the-mouth dessert and the right mixture to end a costly meal. It is a sweet dumpling prepared of khova, deep fried and supplied in sugar syrup. It is a wonderful dessert for any time.