Chawli leaves are a superfood and it is a popular leafy vegetable in India. It makes an excellent sabzi for rotis and can also be added to salads, kadhi, etc. Along with being low on calories and carbs, it is high in protein, fiber, vitamin A, and calcium. It is good for the digestive system, anemia, for reducing bad cholesterol, for building immunity, and for improving eyesight. Storage tips: Keep it in a closed pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.
Colocasia are green, heart-shaped leaves that are also called as "Elephant's ear" because of their size and shape. It is mostly seen in Maharashtrian and Gujarati cooking. Organic colocasia leaves contain a lot of vitamins and nutritional benefits. Storage tips:Store the leaves in a bag / pouch in the refrigerator.
Curry leaves popularly known as kadi patta is a herb that adds more flavour and aroma to any dish. They are mostly used in dals, rasams, sambhar, chutneys, dhoklas, etc. in Indian cooking. It is widely used in Ayurveda for its antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties. Intake of curry leaves aids in digestion, helps in skincare and is good for diabetes. Storage tips:Remove the leaves from the stem and wash them. After drying them, store it in the refrigerator.
Methi (Fenugreek) is one of the few herbs that is used as a food, spice, and medicine. The leaves are known for their strong and peculiar scent and unique flavour. It is rich in nutrients like proteins and vitamins. The leaves are beneficial to treat weak liver functioning, helps in controlling cholesterol and in balancing blood lipid. These leaves are cultivated without the use of chemicals, fertilizers, antibiotics, or pesticides. Storage Tips:Wrap the leaves in paper and keep it in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Garlic chives are green flat leaves with a white bulb at the base. It has a mix of garlic and onion flavour but less pungent. It is rich in vitamin C and contains carotene, vitamin B1 and B2, calcium, and iron. Garlic chives can be used raw in some dishes and can also be cooked for stir-fry etc. Storage tips: Keep it in a closed pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.
Green math is a nutrient filled leafy vegetable. It is a good source of folate, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin C, A, iron, manganese, magnesium and potassium. It is good for oral problems, aids in digestion and helps in weight management. Green math is prepared as stir-fries, soups, curries, dal, etc. Storage tips: Wrap it in a paper towel and store in the refrigerator.
Lal math is a leafy vegetable filled with nutrients. The leaves are usually round and thick and have a mild sweetness to them. It is versatile like other leafy vegetables and is used in salads, sandwiches, subzis and stir-fries. Storage tips:Store the leaves in a bag / pouch in the refrigerator.
Lemongrass is mainly used in salads. The lower root at the lemongrass is not edible. It has a citrusy flavour and is also used in teas, drinks, juices, and more. Lemongrass has a lot of health benefits. It has a calming effect which helps in stress and insomnia, it treats fever, aches, and colds, it cleanses the liver, kidneys and digestive system. Storage tips: Wrap it in a paper towel and store in the refrigerator.
Maghai paan leaf or betel leaf is popular in India. It has both religious and medicinal properties. It has a distinctive pleasant taste. Maghai paan leaf is mainly used in the preparation of paan, but it is also used in chaats and other dishes. Along with helping in digestion, strengthening teeth and gums, it is also a natural palate cleanser and a mouth freshener. Storage tips: Wrap it in a paper towel and store in the refrigerator.
Lasun, Nimbu, Adrak, Mirchi, and Kadi patta (garlic cloves, lemon, ginger, green chilli, and curry leaves) are the basic ingredients in our Indian kitchens. This masala pack brings all this to you together to make your recipes more flavourful and aromatic. It has all the essential nutrients and is used in almost every Indian dish. Storage tips: Keep it in a closed pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.
Mint leaves were used as a medicinal herb and also as an essential ingredient in Indian cooking. It has a sweet aromatic flavour with a cool aftertaste. This herb is commonly used in chutneys, salads, teas, drinks, curries, biryanis, desserts and many more. Organic mint leaves give that extra boost to any dish with their aroma and pleasant flavour. Storage tips:Keep it in a closed pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.
Shepu leaf is a herb that is aromatic and has a simple clean taste. These fern-like leaves are used in subzis, dal, soups, salads and more. It contains nutrients like vitamin B and dietary fiber. Storage tips:Wrap it in a damp paper towel and store it in the refrigerator.
This leafy vegetable has a mild, slightly sweet taste when raw. It can be used raw in salads or cooked for soups, raita, paratha, gravies, and other dishes. Spinach being an antioxidant and having anti-inflammable properties, vitamin A, B1, C, E potassium and iron, is good for the eyes, aids in weight loss, makes bones stronger, improves heart health and controls blood pressure. Storage tips: Keep it in a closed pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.
Spring onions have an intense flavour and bring pleasure to your taste buds. It is a part of almost every cuisine in the world. They can be eaten raw or cooked. It is great for stir-fries, salads, sauteed, dressing, soups and more. Spring onions are low in calories and high in vitamins and minerals. Storage tips:Keep it in a closed pouch / bag and store in the refrigerator.