Plain Sev or Ompudi or omapodi is very easy and addictive snack and is commonly used in Indian Chaats like Sev Puri, Masala Puri Bhel puri
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Reason to buy GRB sweets and snacks For over three decades GRB has cherished the faith and unshakeable trust of its customers. It has now evolved from a ghee manufacturing entity to a multi-product, multi-brand company. GRB has become synonymous with ‘Purity’ in the Indian market and over the years it has built a reputation and legacy for authentic traditional taste. With a world-wide distribution and sales network, backed by a team of dedicated and skilled professionals, GRB is all set to become a global leader in their product range.
The seeds of the iconic ghee brands “GRB” & “Udhayam” that are synonymous with purity, unique granulation and homemade taste were sown in the year 1984 by Mr. G.R. Balasubramaniam, a born genius with exceptional product knowledge and business acumen.
Mr. G.R. Balasubramaniam’s staunch belief in delivering only the high quality products to the consumers with clean business ethics was the foundation of GRB’s market success. Today GRB stands as the industry benchmark for quality and clean business practices.
GRB has been cherishing the faith and unshakeable trust of its customers for well over three decades and has now blossomed from a just a ghee manufacturing entity to a multi-product, multi-brand company.
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Murukku is a savoury, crunchy snack originating from the Indian subcontinent, popular in southern India, and Sri Lanka. The snack’s name derives from the Tamil word for “twisted”, which refers to its shape. In India, Murukku is especially popular in the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh.
moong dal namkeen recipe | haldiram moong dal | fried moong dal haldiram style with detailed photo and video recipe. a crispy and crunchy fried snack prepared from split green gram which is tossed with dry spices.
ribbon pakoda recipe | ribbon murukku recipe | ola pakoda a simple and tasty snacks recipe which is typically prepared as festival snacks especially for ganesh chaturthi and diwali / deepavali. generally, ribbon murukku is prepared with rice flour and besan flour dough which is later shaped with ribbon pakoda shaper and deep fried till crisp.
Masala Peanuts recipe is a spicy and crunchy snack coated in chickpea flour/besan, rice flour, peanuts and few spices made in microwave in 3 minutes which serves as wonderful tea time snacks.
kodubale recipe | ring murukku recipe | spicy kodbale recipe with detailed photo and video recipe. a spicy snack from the traditional or kannada cuisine which is popular in every household of karnataka and its neighbouring southern indian states. it is prepared especially during festival seasons like ganesh chaturthi and deepavali and is eaten as evening snack with cup of tea. Kodubale comes from two Kannada words- ‘kodu’ (meaning horn) and ‘bale’ (meaning bangle)
Avalakki Mixture or Poha Chivda is deep fried until crispy and then mixed with peanuts, curry leaves, roasted gram and spices. This can serve as a light tea time snack or as a topping for other dishes such as chat or bisi bele bhat.
Sev is a popular Indian snack food consisting of small pieces of crunchy noodles made from chickpea flour paste, which are seasoned with turmeric, cayenne, and ajwain before being deep-fried in oil.
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