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Everest sabji masala is almost the fast-food equivalent in the variety of Everest blended spices. It gives vegetable dishes a gently resonant flavour and the appetizing colour so attribute of vegetarian fare.
Everest Sambhar Masala is one such masala to include the genuine taste of a usual tasty south-Indian sambhar at home. Organic : No
TRS Chana Dal is also known as Bengal Gram, is produced by removing the outer layer of Kala Chana and then splitting the kernel. It is yellow in colour and has sweet, nutty flavour. Chana Dal is eaten with roti, rice and sabji. Bengal Gram can aso be used as a snack after roasting. It is rich in fibre and folic acid.
Ideal for making porridge, for breakfast with milk, juice or curd cheese, or for baking bread, rolls, cookies, cereal bars, etc. Rice flakes are made from cooked rice, the grains of which are rolled gently and flattened with pressure. The flattened rice is then dried. Rice flakes are suitable for preparing light, healthy and tasty Indian snacks and breakfast creations.