Musur Bason (500g)
Gram flour, also known as besan, is a pulse flour made from the gram chickpea, a form of ground chickpea. It’s a popular ingredient in Indian, Bangladeshi, Burmese, Nepali, Pakistani, and Sri Lankan cuisines, among others. Gram flour has a high carbohydrate content, a higher fiber content than other flours, no gluten, and higher protein content than other flours. Gram flour is commonly used in the Indian subcontinent, where it is used to produce a wide range of snacks.
Garbanzo bean flour, which is a different variety of chickpea closely similar to Bengal gram, is used to make a thin pancake that is baked along the coast of the Ligurian Sea. This traditional street food is known in Italian cuisine as farinata, in Genoa as fainâ, and in French cuisine as socca or cade. In Sicilian cuisine, it’s used to make panelle, a fritter. Tortillas de Camarones are made with gram flour in Spanish cuisine. It is also used as a garnishing component for the funeral ritual food Koliva, which is blessed and eaten during Orthodox Memorial services in Cyprus and Greece. It is used in the preparation of hummus in Antakya cuisine in Turkey. In Morocco, a dish called karan is made with gram flour and eggs and baked in the oven. In Algeria, a dish known as Garantita or Karantita is prepared in a similar way (originated from the Spanish term Calentica, which means hot). It can be sold in health food markets, several grocery stores, bakery supply stores, and specialty and gourmet food stores, as well as directly from a flour mill that has produced it before.
- Rich in vitamins and minerals.
- May reduce the formation of harmful compounds in processed foods
- Gram flour may decrease hunger by regulating the hunger hormone ghrelin.
- Affects blood sugar less than wheat flour.
- Packed with fiber.
The ACI Nutrilife Multigrain Atta is the ideal breakfast thing containing proteins, strands, nutrients, and minerals.
The 'multigrain' values top off a few insufficiencies of your body.
It plays a vital role in strengthening immunity and extra protein to improve body strength.
Why Soybean oil?
Cooking Lovers Know the importance of soybean oil. Most of the people in our country cook their foods with soybean oil. Consumers are becoming accustomed to cooking food in soybean oil day by day due to proper nutrition. Soybean is also one of the best ingredients in vegetable protein. Soybean is now the most widely used edible oil in food and cooking.
Soybean helps our body reduce harmful cholesterol and contains Vitamin-B complex, an essential element for the human body. It has the best sources of thiamine, niacin, folic acid, and riboflavin. These vitamins are beneficial for those who are suffering from heart and liver problems. Fiber-rich soybean is very effective in keeping the heart and liver active. Like eggs, meat, and dairy products, soybean contains protein equivalent to animal protein. Also, the amount of fat in soybeans is low. Vitamin-E and lecithin in it prevent anti-aging and boost the body's immune system. Every 100 grams of soybean contains 260 mg of magnesium, 26 mg of calcium, and 604 mg of phosphorus. These vitamins are beneficial for strengthening teeth and bones. The iron in it maintains the health of the blood in the human body.
Regular soybean consumption reduces the risk of breast cancer in girls. Girls should eat more soybeans during adolescence. The isoflavones present in soybeans prevent the symptoms of menopause, prostate cancer. Soybean oil does not contain any saturated fat.
Adolescent boys and girls have facial, throat rashes, and blackheads. Freckle falls on the face of many. Soybeans help to eliminate these. Soybean protein keeps the cerebral cortex of the brain fresh. It increases the ability of the brain to work. As a result, fatigue does not come easily. The lecithin in soybeans is a building block of the brain.
Thus, soybean increases the brain's efficiency—nine calories per 100 grams of soybean oil. So feel free to put soybeans on your daily food list. And you can also rely on soybean oil for cooking.
Iodine helps in the mental development of children and prevents iodine deficiency disorders in adults
Sea salt recommended by doctors and health professionals for its unique blend of trace minerals.
Convenient for cooking, baking, and finishing
No artificial flavors, colors.