Introduce your baby to the rich taste of Carrot Khichdi from Down To Earth. This ready-to-cook carrot khichdi is rich in calcium, vitamin A and vitamin C content. This spice-free food can be given to infants and toddlers. The beta carotene khichdi is a great booster for your baby’s immune system.
Dakh & Dana-methi chutney traces its origin to the “Rajasthani Rasoda”. The blend of natural sweetness of wine grapes and the bitter taste of fenugreek seeds makes it a delicious treat that is good for digestion too.
Sweet and tangy taste. Made of finest dates and tamarind grown organically in India. Goes well with roti, dosa or breads. Dates have a number of essential minerals and vitamins making this chutney healthy for you.
Garlic chutney or lehsun ki chutney are all various regional names of garlic chutney in India. Made of best quality garlic and dry red chilli powder. Goes well with buttermilk, curd or even paranthas. Can be eaten with roti directly. Contains no sugar and preserves the taste of garlic in original form.
Commonly cooked in every Indian household, khichdi will never be disliked by anyone. Especially, when it helps you combine nutritious pulses into one meal. And if that meal is for your little one, you would probably want to feed him khichdi every day. But making even a plain khichdi everyday can get tedious. So, heres […]
Sweet and sour chutney made of quality tamarind. Goes well with any kind of chat preparations like pakodas, dahi bhalla, bhelpuri, aaloo chat or shevpuri. Roasted cumin powder, jaggery, turmeric powder are some of the healthy ingredients in this chutney.