Dried Fruits

Almonds - Mamra

Mamro/Mamra almonds are concave in shape and thinner than the widely available California Almonds. They contain a higher almond oil content compared to other varieties of almonds, making them a rich source of calcium, protein, minerals, and vitamins.

Though best eaten plain, you can also incorporate them in your daily diet in different ways:
- Top up your cereal/granola/muesli with chopped Mamras to add an extra buttery crunch to your breakfast bowls.
- Power up your salads or yogurt with a few blanched and chopped almonds.
- Crush and add them to your favourite dessert, like sheera or add to your cake/cookie batter.

245.00

Almonds - Mamra
Almonds - Mamra

245.00

Almonds - Large

Almonds aka badam, are an important ingredient in many culturally significant foods and drinks around the world, including blanched almonds in many desserts in Greece; sweet almond paste and as an ingredient in tagine dishes in Morocco; as a base ingredient in Pasanda and Mughlai curries in India; in Amaretti cookies in Italy; and in many other places and in many other foods, too.

130.00

Almonds - Large
Almonds - Large

130.00

Almond - Medium

Almonds aka badam, are an integral part of our dessert milieu - badam halwa, kheer, kathli, barfi, chikki, sheera, and many more..

110.00

Almond - Medium
Almond - Medium

110.00

Apricot - L

Apricot or Khubanee or Jardalu is a sweet-sour Dried fruit; one can savour the outer fibrous layer and then crack open the seed to find a surprise that looks like almond and tastes like one too...


105.00

Apricot - L
Apricot - L

105.00

Dried Grapes Sundekhani A1

Sundekhani A1

185.00

Dried Grapes Sundekhani A1
Dried Grapes Sundekhani A1

185.00

Dried Grapes - Sundhekani B

Sundhekani B - Another Variant of Sundhekani Raisins.. Not to Sweet Not too Sour...

105.00

Dried Grapes - Sundhekani B
Dried Grapes - Sundhekani B

105.00

Abjosh (Munakka)

Abjosh (munakka), a variety of naturally dried grapes, contains seeds.

Before starting the drying phase, the grapes are dropped into boiling water for a few seconds in order to slightly crack the skin without damaging the inside of the fruit. This process is called “abjosh”, from which the raisin gets its name. This speeds up the time needed for the fruit to dry. The grapes are then placed in the sun for up to six days.

130.00

Abjosh (Munakka)
Abjosh (Munakka)

130.00

Dry Grapes, Black

Dried Grapes Black - Used for Soaking and Baking, Not so Sweet variety...

95.00

Dry Grapes, Black
Dry Grapes, Black

95.00

Dried Grapes 1st

Dried Grapes or Kishmish - a must for in kheer or payasam, for a play of taste.

100.00

Dried Grapes 1st
Dried Grapes 1st

100.00

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