verious chutneys like lahsun , lalmirch , adrakmeethi etc.

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AAWLA MURBBA

360.00
Aawla Murbba is simply a Candy made from Amla (gooseberry). The Aawla Murbba tastes sour like cherry. Aaawla Murbba has exquisite flavours of cardamom and saffron flavoured syrup.

GUNDA ACHAAR

460.00
Gunda Achaar is the traditional Rajasthani and oldest type of pickle with its mouthwatering Marwari flavors. Gunda, also famously known as lesua, is an Indian berry is found mainly in Rajasthan and Gujarat.

HARI ATHANA MIRCH ACHAAR

360.00
Spicy, tangy, and loaded with flavor, Green Chilli Pickle or Hari Athana Mirch ka Achar is a delicious North Indian style pickle recipe where fresh green chilies are pickled with mustard seeds and lemon juice.

KER ACHAAR

550.00
Ker Ka achaar is a delicious and tangy pickle from Rajasthani Cuisine. Ker Ka Achaar is an Indian pickle of ker with very little oil and made from ker berries. These unique varieties of berries and beans grow only in arid deserts of Rajasthan.

KER SANGRI ACHAAR

850.00
Ker Sangri Achaar is a very unique and popular pickle from Rajasthani cuisine. It is a flavourful dry mix of Ker and Sangri pickled in Indian spices.

KERI ACHAAR

360.00
Keri achaar, commonly known as Mango pickle, is the most sold and famed pickle in India. They are also known as kaccha Aam ka Achar to other parts of the country.

LAL ATHANA MIRCHI ACHAAR

480.00
Lal Athana Mirchi Achaar is a famous stuffed pickle from Rajasthani cuisine known for its hot and spicy taste combination. This pickle is a spice lover’s dream come true.

MIXED ACHAAR

360.00
Mixed achaar are made from variety of vegetables mixed in pickling process. Mixed pickles are eaten in small amounts to add flavour and to accent a meal.

NIMBU ACHAAR

360.00
Nimbu Achaar is one of the most common pickles that almost every household keeps in-store is a lemon-based pickle

ROSE GULKAND

460.00
Rose Gulkand is a sweet protect of flower petals accepted to originate from Indo-Persia. The name is an Urdu and Arabic word which separates to gul (rose) and kand (sugar or sweet).