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Sona Besan is a quality product. We use modern technology machineries to make hygienic product with special gram flour you can make dhokla, kadhi pakoda and varieties of sweets. The softness and taste of dishes make you feel delicious. Also Available 200 and 500 gms.Add to cart
Sona brings to you premium quality pickles with ingredients that are selected and cropped from the best farms. Our recipes have been handed down the generations that bring back memories of home made pickles. These Pickles are a truly tantalizing blend of Fruits & vegetables with authentic spices and pure oils which make them a tempting addition to any Indian meal.Read more
Sona Saunf powder is sweet, anise-flavored fennel seed together with thyme, nettle, mugwort, etc., has been revered as one of nine Anglo-Saxon sacred herbs for its conventional health benefits.The Sona Saunf powder is one of the most sought-after ingredients in many popular cuisines all over the Mediterranean regions.Add to cart
- Sona Saunf powder is widely used as a savory spice. It is principally added in cooking as a condiment and flavoring base.
- It is widely used in fish, cheese spreads, and vegetable dishes.
- Sona saunf powder are used to flavor breads, dough, cakes, biscuits, and cheese.
Sona Dry mango powder is a spice made by grinding dried mangoes. The powder preserves the acidic, tart and spicy flavour of unripe mangoes. Sona Dry Mango retains the flavour, fragrance and zest of the king of fruits. Sona Dry Mango Power is ideal for adding a tangy zing and fragrance of mangoes to a wide range of dishes, salads, beverages and moreAdd to cart
Sona Chatni pudina powder is made of real pudina herbs.Pudina is one of the oldest and most popular herbs that is grown around the world. Just like our dear Tulsi, mint grows very easily in the kitchen garden without any maintenance. It is an essential ingredient in many Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. It is also added to all time favourite Paani poori!!!!!!!. Both, fresh and dried mint is used in preparing Sona Chatni pudina powder. It is available in 50 & 100 Gms Pack.Add to cart
Sona Ginger Powder is coarse ground and is obtained by grinding best quality ginger from best locations in India. Ginger has a pungent-lemony, warm-sweet flavor. It's 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. India is the world's largest ginger producer. The finest quality ginger - Cochin ginger and Calicut ginger - comes from Kerala. Ginger is used in different forms such as raw ginger, dry ginger, ginger oil, ginger powder, sliced ginger, ginger oil, ginger oleoresin, ginger in brine etc. It has usage in foods, beverages, preservatives, medicine and perfumes industries. Almost all Indian curry recipes include ginger. The traditional method is to chop ginger finely and fry it along with onions. Ginger was one of the man's earliest medicines, much prescribed for treating stomach diseases. Fresh ginger is used extensively in Pacific Rim cuisines. It is the principal supplier of the heat so loved in these cuisines. Dried ginger is used in Mideastern and Western cooking. Besides the well known gingerbread, it is a great addition to cheese dishes because it balances the egg and cheese flavors. Ginger is especially good with vegetables such as carrots, squash and sweet potatoes. Stored ginger should be periodically exposed to the sun. Prolonged storage of ginger for long time would result in deterioration of its aroma, flavor and pungencyAdd to cart
Black Pepper is extensively used in the wintry cusine of North India, to impart warmth and pungency to veg. dishes. In the South, it is used as a flavouring spice in non-veg preparations. Pepper incidently is an important spice in the Indian four-spice classic 'Garam Masala'. Pepper corns boiled in water along with basil leaves, are said to relieve chest congestions and asthematic condition.Add to cart
Sona Biryani masala is a blend of whole spices lightly roasted and powdered. Used specifically for biryani's, the Sona biryani masala powder adds not only flavour but the faint aroma that's required in a perfect biryani. The blend is similar to garam masala which means "hot spices". It is not spicy but can add pungency or over flavour a particular dish when not used in the right proportions. The important thing is to get the balance of spices right- each spice which includes aromatic spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, fennel seeds, staranise etc. The origins of this blend can be traced back to the Mughal era. Biryani/Pulav can either be a Veg. or a Non-Veg. preparation usually made during special occassions. It is a whole meal by itself, and is almost always the centre-piece of most Indian dinner parties. Is usually served with curry and raita (curd spiked with fresh green herbs)Add to cart
Sona Rai Powder is an essential ingredient in south India dishes, mainly because of its beneficial effects on health. Further, this is immensely used to enhance the taste of different cookery. We ensure that the offered Sona Rai powder is free from any kind of harmful additives and preservative. It is also known as Mustard powder.Add to cart
Sona Pav bhaji masala as the name suggests is a blend of spices used in the preparation of the bhaji. It combines spices like red chillies, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, black pepper, cinnamon, clove, black cardamom, dry mango powder, fennel seeds and turmeric powder. Culinary Uses • Sona Pav bhaji masala added to mashed vegetables gives a mouth watering aroma and spicy taste to the bhaji. • Apart from pav bhaji, this Sona pav bhaji masala can be added to other vegetable dishes that use potatoes, tomatoes and capsicums. • You can add Sona pav bhaji masala to rice preparations too. • To make a quick snack, slit pav buns into half, and toast them on a pan smeared with butter. Add Sona pav bhaji masala to the pav along with finely chopped onions, garlic and capsicum. Masala Pav is ready to be relished.Add to cart
Sona Sambhar powder is a spice blend used throughout India, especially the southern states. As the name suggests it is used to make Sambhar, a broth made with vegetables and cooked lentils flavoured with tamarind pulp and sona sambhar powder. It is eaten with rice or snacks like dosa, idli and vada. Ingredients in Sona sambhar powder are toor dal, red chillies, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, peppercorn, fenugreek seeds, turmeric and dry curry leaves.Add to cart
Sona Mirch powder is a fine-ground that is a perfect blend of colour and pungency. Chilli is a heating spice and comes in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colours, and degrees of pungency. Chilli is America’s most important contribution to the world of spices, though today it is one of India’s major export attractions.Add to cart
Sona cumin seeds (jeera) has distinctive spice flavour. It has a unique aroma and warmly bitter flavour crucial to Indian curries, It can be used raw but is often roasted before grinding to impart a toasted, nutty flavour. The oblong, brown coloured cumin seed is one of the most popular spices in the world. Cumin seeds are a dried seeds of cuminum cyminum herb, a member of the parsley family.Add to cart
Sona haldi is bright yellow spice powder made from dried turmeric rhizomes. haldi also known as turmeric is a native in southwest india. it is grounded into a deep yellow powder commonly used as a spice. It is one of the key ingredients in many asian dishes. One major active ingredient is curcumin, which has a distinctly earthy, slightly hot peppery flavour and a mustardy smell. Sona haldi can also be used in canned bevarages ,baked products, yellow cakes, biscuits, popcorns etcit leaves impart a distinctive flavours.Add to cart
Sona Kasoori Methi /Dried Fenugreek leaves are packed after cleaning and handpicking dried fenugreek leaves to get the best quality. Mash leaves and sprinkle over curries and non juicy vegetables dishes just before serving for an unforgettable exotic flavour. Also add to dough for making Indian Breads (Parantha & Naan)Add to cart
Sona Refined Ajwain (whole) is obtained by cleaning ajwain seeds by hi-tech screeners. It is related to family of caraway and cumin. It is grown in state of Rajasthan and parts of south India. It is used for savory dishes, goes especially well with fish. The seeds are also added to curries and breads.Add to cart