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These chapatis are absolutely utilitarian, in the sense that they can be enjoyed as a morning breakfast, as a light evening food or packed in a lunch box. So, all you need to do, is decide when you want to open a pack of ammamas Methi Chapathis. Read more about the outstanding benefits of Methi here
Serving suggestion: Some of your best pickle and some thick curd, and you have a finger licking good meal!
Moringa Chapatis are super delicious and not to forget, very healthy. Moringa leaves have 7 times more vitamin C than oranges and 15 times more potassium than bananas. They are power packed with calcium, protein, iron, and amino acids, and antioxidants. No wonder, they are a SuperFood.
Ammamas Moringa Chapatis can be eaten on their own and don’t really need any accompaniment. This makes the chapatis an ideal candidate for busy weekday lunches or dinners.
Serving suggestion: Serve hot on their own or with raita, pickle or curry.
Ammamas latest Ready to Cook product is the evergreen parota. This is made by kneading maida flour, oil and water. The dough is beaten into thin layers and later made to form a round spiral. This is then rolled into a ball using these thin layers. The ball is rolled flat and semi-cooked. All you need to do is heat a tawa and place a parota on it. Cook the parota for a minute on each side. Then apply oil/ghee on each side of the parota and cook for a couple of minutes more, on medium flame. When the parota is golden brown, remove from the tawa. Fluff up the parota by gently tapping the sides of the parota (like clapping hands with the parota in the middle). And there you are!
Serving suggestion: A slightly spicy vegetarian or non-vegetarian curry goes well with parotas. Use Ammamas Parotas to show off your culinary skills by making kothuparotta with it.
Mention the name and one begins to dream of a laid back Sunday morning brunch with potato curry or Garbanzo beans (chhole) masala as an accompaniment.
But with Ammamas ready to fry Pooris, every day can be a Sunday! Made from Sharbati atta, our Pooris pack the best taste. And yes, they will rise right up, to fluff and float in the pan of hot oil, to make you look like the best chef in town! Serve them hot, right off the pan and into the plate!
Serving suggestion: Aloo ki sabzi with a hint of chatpata masala, chhole, or Shrikhand (if you have a sweet tooth!)