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  • Sooji / Rava & Maida

    Maida

    21.0042.00

    Maida is a white flour from the Indian subcontinent, made from wheat. Finely milled without any bran, refined, and bleached, it closely resembles cake flour. Maida is used extensively for making fast foods, baked goods such as pastries, bread, several varieties of sweets, and traditional flatbreads.

  • Sooji / Rava & Maida

    Puja Sooji 500gm

    30.00 27.90

    Semolina has high gluten content. It is high in protein, dietary fiber, carbohydrates.
    As it is bland in taste, it can be used to make both sweets and savory dishes.
    Semolina cooks quite fast, so it can be used in many dishes.
    It is used in making breakfast porridge, deserts, pasta dough.
    It is mixed in batter to make pancakes. It is used in making breads in small quantity to get a tasty crust.

  • Atta & Other Flours

    RAJDHANI SELECT MAIDA – 500 gm

    39.00 35.00

    Made from finely ground and carefully sourced wheat grains.
    An all purpose flour used to make enticing bakery items like pancakes, bread, pizza base etc.
    Packed with great nutrition.
    Extensively used ingredient in Indian cooking such as in preparing Samosas, Bhaturas, Naan, Kachoris etc.

  • Atta & Other Flours

    Shaktibhog Sooji-500gm

    35.00 32.00

    Shakti Bhog Semolina a coarse type of flour made from durum wheat is known as Sooji in North India and Rawa in South India. Semolina is prepared by best quality roller mills. The rollers are so placed that the space between them is slightly narrower than the width of the wheat kernels.

  • Sooji / Rava & Maida

    sooji(semolina)/ Rava-1kg

    21.0039.70

    Rawa, sometimes called rava, is best known as an ingredient in rawa laddoo, a popular Indian sweet which is prepared on festivals like Diwali, Sri Krishna Jayanti, and Ganesh Chaturthi. Sooji ka halwa is another Indian-inspired dessert that has a pudding-like texture. It is made with many ingredients including lentils, veggies, fruits, and grains. Rawa is used to make idlisrava dosa, and uttapam, common foods in South India.