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Saro JalebiSweet Dishes                             1
Saro Janana Fry                                Ba lebi                                     Banana     Fry   locally       ...
SaSaro Jana Roast                            ro Bana lebi                                     The Banana Roast from       ...
Saro Jalebi a                             Saro Elayad                                     Saro Elayada, a light           ...
Saro Jalebi an                                Sukhiy                                     Sukhiyan is yet another          ...
Saro Jaddu                                 La lebi                                      Another       celebration         ...
SaSaro Halwa                              ro Jalebi                              Black / Red                              ...
Saro Neyyappam                           Saro Jalebi                                    Neyyappam simply put              ...
Saro Unniyappam                           Saro Jalebi                                     Pillow soft is the              ...
Saro Jalebi                                     The celebration sweet                                     in India, the Je...
SaroSaro Jalebirotta                           Family Po                                    Saro Family Porotta are       ...
Saro Malabar Porott                                         a                                      Saro Malabar Porotta ca...
Saro Ceylon Porotta                                        Saro Ceylon Porotta is                                        a...
Saro Kothu Porotta                                      Saro kottu Porotta is a                                      delic...
Saro Idli & Sambar                                       Saro Idlis are soft to the                                       ...
Saro Idiyappam                                      A culinary special in                                      southern   ...
Saro Palappam                                       The    literal   translation                                       of ...
Saro Puttu (White)                                       Saro Puttu, a specialty                                       bel...
Saro Thattu Dosa                                         Saro Thattu Dosa, a pure                                         ...
Saro Masala Dosa                                       A south Indian delicacy                                       made ...
Saro Vattayappam                                      Steamed sweetened rice                                      cake, a ...
Saro Chappathi                                      Saro Chappathis are flat                                      unleaven...
Saro Uzhunnuvada                                        Ask anyone from kerala to                                        d...
Saro Parippuvada                                       Another delicious and                                       popular...
Saro Veg Samosa                                      A pastry that is baked                                      or fried ...
Saro Cutlet                                       A great appetizer, Saro cutlet                                       /pa...
Saro                            Cassava/Tapioca                                      Saro Cassava or Manioc               ...
Saro                            Sliced Coconut                                      Saro sliced coconut is all            ...
Saro                              Shredded Coconut                                        Saro Shredded Coconut, the      ...
Saro Sambar Mix                                         Saro Sambar mix allows                                         you...
Saro Avial Mix                                         Saro Avial mix is a                                         combina...
Saro Bitter Gourd                                        A saying in India goes                                        “Go...
Saro                               Gooseberry Green                                         Saro Gooseberries are         ...
Saro                             Cut Green Mango                                        The green mango and the           ...
Saro                             Colocasia      (Chembu)                                       Colocasia, better known    ...
Saro Drumstick                                       Saro Drumsticks can be                                       used to ...
Saro Okra Cut                                       Saro frozen Okra or Lady’s                                       finge...
Saro Tindora Cut                                        Saro Tindora or otherwise                                        k...
Saro Yam                                       Saro Yam, a starchy tuber                                       fresh from ...
SaroSaro era lebi ran                                       Che Ja ThoSouth Indian Specialties                            ...
Saro                                 VazhSaChundu bi oran                                      a ro Jale ThSouth Indian Sp...
Avial                                  SaroSaro Ja                                              lebiSouth Indian Specialti...
Saro Sambar                                     Saro JalebiSouth Indian Specialties                                       ...
Saro                                    Koorka                                       Saro Jalebi                          ...
SaroSaro akka Tho                                       Pav Jalebi ranSouth Indian Specialties                            ...
Saro                                  Padvalangya lebioran                                      Saro Ja ThSouth Indian Spe...
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  1. 1. Saro JalebiSweet Dishes 1
  2. 2. Saro Janana Fry Ba lebi Banana Fry locally pronounced as “Pazham Pori” is a very popular dish among those in Kerala. The key ingredient in this dish is the plantin, a carbohydrate source that is also low in fat. Saro banana frySweet Dishes dish are plantins dipped in flavored wheat flour and fried in vegetable oil and served as a quick snack. Its rich taste makes one yearn for more. With just step by step instructions you too now can bring this tasty dish in to your home. Ingredients: Banana, maida, rice flour, sugar, vegetable oil, water & salt Packing: 16 x 375 g 2 3
  3. 3. SaSaro Jana Roast ro Bana lebi The Banana Roast from Saro makes for a perfect snack. They are stuffed with Jaggery and coconut, and are fried after being dipped in a unique batter specially made at Saro. The banana roast is a delicacy in KeralaSweet Dishes and a taste that leaves an indelible mark on those who wish to take a bite. The Saro banana roast is an irresistible treat to your taste buds and gives you more reason to add this dish into your list of sweets during occasions. Ingredients: Banana, maida, rice flour, sugar, salt, vegetable oil, grated coconut, jaggery, rice flakes, cardamom. Packing: 16 x 375 g 3 4
  4. 4. Saro Jalebi a Saro Elayad Saro Elayada, a light snack from Kerala, a fine delicacy providing a pleasingly light suggestion of sweet to the consumer. A much adored food item of the region, elayada is best when taken along withSweet Dishes the evening tea or coffee. Saro offers this sweet dish to all its true connoisseurs, now you have a sweet that will be on your table all year around. Ingredients: Rice flour, jaggery, coconut, Ghee, cardamom, salt & water Packing: 16 x 375 g 4 5
  5. 5. Saro Jalebi an Sukhiy Sukhiyan is yet another favourite tea time snack from the backyards of Kerala tharavadu. Saro Sukhiyan a sweet delicacy made with green gram flavored with coconut and jaggery filling which is then rolledSweet Dishes into round “bondas” and fried till it gives the special aroma of cardamom to fill not only your stomach but also your senses. Ingredients: Green gram, jaggery, grated coconut, ghee, cardamom powder, maida, veg oil, salt & water. Packing: 16 x 375 g 5 6
  6. 6. Saro Jaddu La lebi Another celebration sweet, the Laddu is a must have at an auspicious occasion. Its healthy, why? because here is a sweet that is gluten free.Sweet Dishes Saro Laddu is made from the finest Besan flour and sugar. They are carefully made to ensure the taste is retained and are fresh so that it just melts in your mouth. Enjoy the sweet taste of India with Saro Laddu, the scrumptious delicacy that has captivated the heart of every Indian the world over. Ingredients: Besan flour, sugar,spices, dry fruits,vegetable oil Packing: 12 x 341 g 6 7
  7. 7. SaSaro Halwa ro Jalebi Black / Red One of the influences of the Arabs in the region of Kerala saw the introduction of the halwa, a sweet confection prepared with the finest flour, milk and ghee. The halwa comes in a variety of flavors. In orderSweet Dishes to enhance its taste Saro halwas are prepared by adding cashews, Raisins and Cardamom. The softness and the taste makes Saro halwa a delectable treat. Here is a hallmark of traditional Kerala on your table in just a matter of few minutes. Ingredients: Maida powder, sugar, coconut milk, cashew nuts, raisins, ghee, Vanaspathi, cardamom Packing: 24 x 375 g 7 8
  8. 8. Saro Neyyappam Saro Jalebi Neyyappam simply put is a combination of Ghee and appam (pancake). The Neyyappam is a food item that has managed to find its way into almost every recipe book published in Kerala. The fine tasteSweet Dishes and aroma of the Neyyappam allows it to make repeat appearances during festivals. Relish this sweet that has won hearts in God’s own country kerala and enjoy every moment of this mouthwatering treat at the end of your meals. Ingredients: Rice flour, banana, jaggery, vegetable oil, spices, coconut, gingili and salt Packing: 12 x 375 g 8 9
  9. 9. Saro Unniyappam Saro Jalebi Pillow soft is the perfect expression of Saro unniyappam. . This delicate south Indian specialty has found many takers in Kerala and its neighboring states. Its an all time snack and is best servedSweet Dishes at tea time. Saro unniyappam can be served at occasion and celebration and without any inconvenience at all. We promise you an irresistible delight that will keep you asking for more, because when it comes to Saro unniyappam one just won’t do. Ingredients: Rice flour, banana, jaggery, vegetable oil, spices Packing: 12 x 375 g 10 9
  10. 10. Saro Jalebi The celebration sweet in India, the Jelebi can trace back its roots to ancient India and gradually grew famous due to the trade connections between India and the world. Jelebis from Saro are batter spiralsSweet Dishes that are crispy dipped in saffron syrup giving you the perfect blend of sweetness and tart all in one. If anyone said India is an experience dissimilar to another, here is why! Savour all its goodness and serve it on every special occasion in just few minutes. Ingredients: Maida powder, sugar, vegetable oil, flavor Packing: 24 x 341 g 11 10
  11. 11. SaroSaro Jalebirotta Family Po Saro Family Porotta are a set of delicious layered bread prepared with plain flour, refined vegetable oil, water and salt. A delicacy in Southern India and a dish that always manages to makeReady to Eat it during every south Indian celebration.Sweet Dishes Prepared and packed with care, making sure its ingredients have not lost its wholesome goodness, Saro Family Porottas are crisp and soft and is best when consumed with gravy of your choice. Saro Porotta is prepared with 100 % natural ingredients, it does not require any preparation time since it is as fresh and ready to consume and is non spicy. Ingredients: Maida, refined vegetable oil, water and salt Packing: 12 x 750 g 12 11
  12. 12. Saro Malabar Porott a Saro Malabar Porotta can be served in minutes, its crispy layers and softness to the touch makes it a real treat to the eyes and taste buds. The Malabar Porotta is a perfect mix of flour,Ready to Eat refined vegetable oil, salt with little water. The dough is rolled out and then flattened and made into a single round shape with spiral layers and heated till the sides are golden brown. When consumed with a veg or non-veg dish, the Malabar Porotta can be described in one word “Scrumptious”. This delicious treat does not require preparation time. Saro Malabar Porotta are non spicy and is prepared of natural ingredients. Ingredients: Maida, refined vegetable oil, water and salt Packing: 24 x 375 g 12
  13. 13. Saro Ceylon Porotta Saro Ceylon Porotta is a thinner version of the Malabar Porotta, made out of wheat flour, boiled water and salt. Since its lighter it is easy to consume and is too a festival recipe in India.Ready to Eat Saro Ceylon Porotta’s are pan fried, stretched into corners with layers toppled on each other. These are served best with a tangy pickle or curd. Prepared maintaining the crispiness and softness, each Saro parotta is very special, making one come back for more. Similar to the Malabar Porotta, this ready to eat Saro Ceylon Porotta does not require preparation time. Ingredients: Maida, refined vegetable oil, water and salt Packing: 24 x 375 g 13
  14. 14. Saro Kothu Porotta Saro kottu Porotta is a delicacy in South India and Srilanka. Kothu parota is said to have its origin in Srilanka with its name given by the Tamil settlement. Kothu simply means chopped piecesReady to Eat of Porotta. They are generally consumed during dinner and are prepared as a veg or non veg meal. Saro brings this delicious type of Porotta right to your home, experience the authentic taste of filling staple food from kerala and Srilanka. Mix with any curry sauce and enjoy the experience of authentic Kothu Porotta. Ingredients: Wheat flour, refined vegetable oil, water and salt Packing: 24 x 375 g 14
  15. 15. Saro Idli & Sambar Saro Idlis are soft to the touch and are generally consumed for breakfast. Idlis are white steam cakes made out of steaming rice and fermented lentils.Ready to Eat They are often two inches in diameter and are consumed with Sambar a broth prepared with tamarind. Saro Idli and Sambar is certain to captivate you with its fine welcoming taste. They are prepared of the finest ingredients under conditions that are hygienic. Each mouth promises a fine taste and ingredients that promises good health. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, which is why; we know that a healthy dish as Saro idli is the perfect start to the morning. Ingredients: Rice flour, black gram, salt & water Packing: 24 x 375 g 15
  16. 16. Saro Idiyappam A culinary special in southern India and Srilanka, made of rice flour, salt and water, this delicacy has found various names in Southern India.Ready to Eat Laced shaped, the ready to eat Idiyappam it is called Noolappam in four languages in India. This delicious treat is best served with a curry (veg or non veg). You could have it with sweetened milk, commonly found in the Malabar region. Saro promises a healthy and delightful meal for food connoisseurs, as the Idiyappam as with the rest of its products is prepared with the culinary skills and secrets that have been passed down from generations. Ingredients: Rice flour, salt & water Packing: 24 x 375 g 16
  17. 17. Saro Palappam The literal translation of this tasty dish is milk bread but is better known as rice pancakes. They are made from rice batter and coconut milk.Ready to Eat The thick soft centre and the thin crispy outer layer makes the Palappam for a unique and delicious breakfast and is best served with a stew or curry. Saro understands and has successfully met the international culinary preferences by providing meal options such as the Palappam that are made from its original recipe. Now you can make and enjoy this exotic dish right at the comfort of your home. Ingredients: Rice flour, yeast, coconut milk, sugar & salt Packing: 12 x 375 g 17
  18. 18. Saro Puttu (White) Saro Puttu, a specialty belonging to Kerala, a food variety ideal for both breakfast and evening tea. Rice flour along with toppings of grated coconut is steamed in a special long container for a certainReady to Eat period and thus results Puttu, a simple delicacy every South Indian is addicted to. Now with Saro Puttu, you get to relish the same taste, flavor and aroma of authentic Kerala cuisine. Saro products have always left behind a longing in connoisseurs of Kerala cuisine. Ingredients: Rice flour, coconut, salt and water Packing: 9 x 375 g 18
  19. 19. Saro Thattu Dosa Saro Thattu Dosa, a pure vegetarian delicacy from South India, a perfect balance of staple food and vegetables. Prepared using pure ingredients, special care is taken to preserve the rich taste of this dish,Ready to Eat thereby providing the consumer a nice blend of fine taste. So with Saro Thattu Dosa ready to eat food, you can now create this delicacy and enjoy the compliments of your friends and loved ones too. Ingredients: Rice flour, black gram and water & salt Packing: 16 x 375 g 19
  20. 20. Saro Masala Dosa A south Indian delicacy made of rice batter and black gram. The Dosa is rich in carbohydrates and contains no fat. Saro Masala Dosa is prepared by stuffing the dosa with cooked fillings of potato.Ready to Eat Prepared using pure ingredients, special care is taken to preserve the rich taste of this dish, thereby providing the consumer a nice blend of fine taste. Saro masala dosa is 100% vegetarian, with no added color or preservatives, here is a flavor that is truly Indian and brought to you at the highest quality and most nourishing. Ingredients: Rice flour, black gram, onion, vegetables, vanaspathi, mustard, chilli, ginger, turmeric, vegetable oil. Packing: 16 x 375 g 20
  21. 21. Saro Vattayappam Steamed sweetened rice cake, a popular south Indian dessert prepared out of rice and coconut milk. It is a great tea time snack. In the South of India, Vattayappam is consumed for breakfast,Ready to Eat cut in shape of diamonds and often served with a spicy curry. The Vattayappam call for a meticulous preparation to bring about that taste, Saro, now has made it possible for you to enjoy this exotic dish, promising you to be part of an experience you will never forget. Ingredients: Rice flour, yeast, sugar & salt Packing: 16 x 375 g 21
  22. 22. Saro Chappathi Saro Chappathis are flat unleavened breads. It is the most delicious and popular of Indian flat breads. These flat breads is believed to have found their name in the Dravidian era and was a recipe thatReady to Eat was shared to the world through trade. There are different versions of Chappathi today, but Saro brings you the oldest and the most authentic recipe in the book. Made out of whole wheat flour and heated on a tava, this filling staple food from Saro is a delicacy that goes well with any Vegetarian or non-vegetarian dish. They are tasty and soft and Saro packaging ensures this taste and softness stays intact. Ingredients: Wheat flour, refined vegetable oil, water and salt Packing: 24 x 375 g (7” Dia, Half Cooked) 22
  23. 23. Saro Uzhunnuvada Ask anyone from kerala to define pure bliss at 4 pm, you could be sure the reply is Uzhunnuvada accompanied by a cup of hot tea or coffee. That’s how much of an influence this dish has had on all who have comeReady to Fry across it. So its safe to say that Saro Uzhunnuvada is not just a mouth watering snack, but one that has managed to touch the day to day lives of south Indians. The crispy outer layer and the soft interiors is truly a treat to the taste buds. Ingredients: Black gram, onion, green chilli, ginger Packing: 12 x 375 g 23
  24. 24. Saro Parippuvada Another delicious and popular tea time snack is the Saro Parippuvada. It packs enough crunchy taste to the munch and is mildly spicy. Saro Parippuvada is a connoisseur favorite and is prepared using BengalReady to Fry gram made into paste and deep fried. It is the deep brown color that shows that Saro Paippuvadas are ready to be consumed. Fried in the highest quality oil and packed to stay fresh, here is a perfect snack for the evening for friends and family. Ingredients: Bengal gram, big onion, ginger, green chilli, salt, curry leaves and vegetable oil Packing: 16 x 375 g 24
  25. 25. Saro Veg Samosa A pastry that is baked or fried and features a delicious filling and served in a triangular shape. These delectable treats are often consumed with spicy chutney. They make a perfect dish during a familyReady to Fry picnic or snack time. Saro Samosas are prepared with vegetable fillings. They are prepared in a way to ensure that the taste and nourishment stays intact. Saro veg Samosa are the perfect choice for tea parties, evening parties and get togethers. Ingredients: Wheat flour, carrots, potatoes, beans, peas, onion, corriander leaves, green chilli, ginger, vegetable oil, salt and water Packing: 16 x 240 g 25
  26. 26. Saro Cutlet A great appetizer, Saro cutlet /pattis include a filling that feature a blend of vegetables with curry leaves and chilies. They are deep fried and can be offered as a side dish or an evening snack. The reddish brown colorReady to Fry of Saro veg cutlets indicate that these delicious treats are ready to be served. Saro veg cutlets can be served with any ketchup. Serve hot, and what can we say, just sit back and enjoy the compliments that come your way. Ingredients: Potatoes, carrots, beans, green chilli, ginger, lemon, red chilly powder, garam masala, corriander leaves, vegetable oil, salt and water Packing: 16 x 375 g 26
  27. 27. Saro Cassava/Tapioca Saro Cassava or Manioc or Yuca widely known as Tapioca in India is a healthy staple food procured from selected mature crops and processed in variousReady to Cook cuts such as Half cut, Quarter cut, Chunks and Grated. Saro tapioca is rich in carbohydrates and low cholesterol and sodium. Tapioca is a delicacy in Kerala and is often boiled and served with a non-veg dish and sometime sliced down to shapes similar to chips and fried. It is also used to add some sweetness to baked goods. Ingredients: Cassava / Tapioca Packing: 16 x 750 g & 12 x 900 g 27
  28. 28. Saro Sliced Coconut Saro sliced coconut is all you need for any pudding or for any cake /dish when preparing for a special occasion. Saro eases this strenuous activity ofReady to Cook chopping a coconut and now provide working mothers and chefs a chance to instantly add fresh chopped coconuts to their dishes to enhance its taste. Ingredients: Coconut Packing: 20 x 341 g 28
  29. 29. Saro Shredded Coconut Saro Shredded Coconut, the sheer element that makes any gravy thicker and tastier - is now all available in ready to use packs. Use Saro shredded coconutReady to Cook to add to a fruit salad or cake mix for that flavor of coconut or sprinkle it over a dessert maybe even dye them in a food coloring of your choice, and you can be sure Saro shredded coconut could possibly be the conversation starter. Use them in recipes or as toppings and we guarantee that once you have tasted your preparation with Saro shredded coconut, you will always want to have it part of dish. Ingredients: Coconut Packing: 24 x 341 g 29
  30. 30. Saro Sambar Mix Saro Sambar mix allows you to make authentic Indian Sambar in just a few minutes. With very less preparation time, and the required set of freshReady to Cook vegetables, this lentil based Saro Sambar mix allows you to quickly prepare and enjoy the staple curry found in most south Indian homes. The variety of vegetables used in Saro Sambar distinguishes it from the rest. The tangy taste of this side dish is best served with rice or pancakes. Although there exist many varieties to the preparation of Sambar, Saro has ensured that it sticks to the basics, the original ingredients that made sambar a dish fit for kings. Ingredients: Potatoes, onion, green chilli, lady’s finger, beans, drum stick, tomato, brinjal, yellow pumpkin, cucumber Packing: 16 x 400 g 30
  31. 31. Saro Avial Mix Saro Avial mix is a combination of carefully selected fresh vegetables to prepare a dish that hold a prominent position in south Indian cuisine.Ready to Cook With Saro Avial mix you have all that you require to make a dish that is a must have during occasions. Said to have been first prepared by Bheema (character in the Hindu epic Mahabharatha) and loved by all in the court room, the avail is a dish that has stood the test of time, not just for its taste but the nutrition that it brings with it. Ingredients: Drumstick, Yam, Raw banana, long beans, carrots, raw mango, green chilly, curry leaves, grated coconut, coconut oil, cumin seeds, salt and turmeric powder. Packing: 12 x 375 g 31
  32. 32. Saro Bitter Gourd A saying in India goes “Good things taste sour at first and turns sweet later”, an analogy that best describes the bitter gourd that is rich in nutritionReady to Cook and a source to lower blood sugar. Saro bitter gourd comes fresh from the courtyard bitter to the taste but a huge sweetness to the body. Saro bitter gourd are cut into pieces and are added to a curry to bring about that lasting flavor. They are low in calories, rich in vitamin C and none of its nutritious highlights are lost during our packaging. Ingredients: Bitter gourd Packing: 16 x 400 g 32
  33. 33. Saro Gooseberry Green Saro Gooseberries are small and green in shape. These are carefully picked to provide that tangy flavor. They are often consumed as pickles or directlyReady to Cook with salt. Saro green gooseberry may have a sharp taste at first, but just as the bitter gourd, this fruit was always known for their medicinal value as it was a great source of fiber and vitamins. The right amount of Saro green gooseberry is also helpful in bringing down the blood sugar as the pump up the production of insulin in the body. Ingredients: Gooseberry Packing: 16 x 240 g 33
  34. 34. Saro Cut Green Mango The green mango and the rich nutrition it brings make it the silver bullet for disorders in the blood and intestine. Some say it’s the oldest fruit of the land.Ready to Cook Saro green mango are cut to wedges making it easier to served as a salad if you are trying a Thai dish for the evening or as pickles as prepared and served so popularly in India. Saro cut green mangoes are crisp with a sweet and sour taste and comes handy to all those who love mangoes. Ingredients: Green mango Packing: 16 x 400 g 34
  35. 35. Saro Colocasia (Chembu) Colocasia, better known around the world as Elephant ear plant has been around for centuries together and is widely used in Kerala in a varietyReady to Cook of recipes. This underground root otherwise called corm is edible and is free from gluten. Saro Colocasia is high in potassium that is required to boost body fluids. This starchy vegetable is quite tasty when steamed, fried or smothered with seasoning. With enough vitamins, Saro Colocasia is best used as a curry and served hot with rice. Ingredients: Colocasia Packing: 16 x 400 g 35
  36. 36. Saro Drumstick Saro Drumsticks can be used to make a variety of curry dishes by mixing with coconut, poppy seeds and mustard. They could also be boiled until theyReady to Cook are semi-soft and consumed directly. Drum sticks are believed to have been first identified in the foot hills of the great Himalayas, but today can be found in the backyard of a south Indian home. The cultivation and consumption of drumsticks is huge in India and are used in curries, sambars, Kormas, dals, and also added a flavor in cutlets. Ingredients: Drumstick Packing: 16 x 400 g 36
  37. 37. Saro Okra Cut Saro frozen Okra or Lady’s finger is prepared from the clean, edible fresh pods of the Okra plant. They are properly prepared and processed after which areReady to Cook frozen and stored at temperature necessary for preservation. The Okra has been consumed as a health food, the nutrients within the Saro Okra aid in weight loss as they are both fat and cholesterol free. These Okra cut pieces from Saro are also rich in calcium and potassium. Ingredients: Okra cut Packing: 24 x 341 g 37
  38. 38. Saro Tindora Cut Saro Tindora or otherwise known as Ivy gourd is a perfect side dish for almost any rice and the hot crispy taste makes it a snack by itself. Ivy gourd fromReady to Cook Saro is cut into long pieces so that you may use it in Sambar, or deep fry it and sautéing it. This is not only perfect in taste, but is also very healthy dish. Saro Tindora is a perfect agent to regulate the body’s sugar metabolism and increasing the immunity in the body. Saro tindora is a great source of micro nutrients. Ingredients: Tindora Packing: 16 x 400 g 38
  39. 39. Saro Yam Saro Yam, a starchy tuber fresh from the courtyards, that is rich in calcium, potassium and iron, each of which help the body control blood pressure,Ready to Cook increase red cell formation and production, no wonder Saro Yam is a delight for all those who love cooking. Bake it, mash it or even microwave it, this highly vitamin rich tuber is not only tasty but healthy too and worth every penny spent. Saro brings to you fresh and frozen yam which adds a lasting flavor to any curry. Ingredients: Yam Packing: 16 x 400 g 39
  40. 40. SaroSaro era lebi ran Che Ja ThoSouth Indian Specialties Saro Cheera thoran is an age old dish rich in nutrition and one that is perfect with boiled rice or rice prepared in sambar and curd. So having considered the good that a spinach dish can do for your body adding Saro Cheera thoran to your healthy diet is worth a shot. Saro Cheera thoran is prepared to retain the authentic flavor, taste and aroma that made it a household staple in every Kerala kitchen. Ingredients: Red cheera, small onions, coconut, green chillies, coconut oil, turmeric powder, mustard seeds, curry leaves, dry red chillies Packing: 16 x 400 g 40
  41. 41. Saro VazhSaChundu bi oran a ro Jale ThSouth Indian Specialties Vazha Chundu Thoran is simply a bowlful of health for the entire family. Enriched with natural minerals and phosphorus Plantain Flower together with coconut and spices is a tasty appetizer and great combo with rice. Ingredients: Vazha chundu, small onions,coconut, green chillies, coconut oil,turmeric powder,mustard seeds, curry leaves, dry red chillies Packing: 16 x 400 g 41
  42. 42. Avial SaroSaro Ja lebiSouth Indian Specialties Said to have been created by Bhima ( A character from the Hindu Epic Mahabharatha), the avial is a vegetarian dish that has captured the hearts of many in Southern India. The term Avial means a mixture and true to its name the avial is a mixture of various vegetables offered as a thick gravy. Vegetables that are chosen to make Saro avial are cooked in a particular method that ensures their freshness and taste. Ingredients: Drumstick, Yam, Raw banana, long beans, carrots, raw mango, green chilly, curry leaves, grated coconut, coconut oil, cumin seeds, salt and turmeric powder. Packing: 16 x 400 g 42
  43. 43. Saro Sambar Saro JalebiSouth Indian Specialties Sambar is a must have in every Indian home and its history dates back to the 18th century where Sambar was a delicacy among kings. Saro Sambar is different from the rest as it uses a variety of vegetables ensuring better nutrition in comparison to some that use only a single vegetable. Saro Sambar uses fresh vegetables and spices that keep to the traditional taste. Ingredients: Lady’s finger, brinjal, potato, tomato, drumstick, raw banana, carrot, ash gourd, pumpkins, cucumber, beans, onions, green chillies, curry leaves, spices, mustard, small onion, fenugreek, cumin seeds, garlic, asafoetida, pepper, split pigeon peas, coconut oil, tamarind and salt Packing: 16 x 400 g 43
  44. 44. Saro Koorka Saro Jalebi MezhukhuvazhattiSouth Indian Specialties Delight your taste buds with Saro Koorka Mezhukhuvazhatti, a favorite amongst all gourmets since its unique taste together with the aroma gives you a feel of the home away from home. Saro Koorka Mezhukhuvazhatti is made from the finest ingredients and by culinary experts who have served this dish for decades. Hot, spicy and an aroma that adds that bit of zing its followers have come to expect. Saro Koorka Mezhukhuvazhatti is yet so very nutritious and goes along the best with curd rice. Ingredients: Koorka, chillies, salt, onion (diced), curry leaves, coconut oil Packing: 16 x 400 g 44
  45. 45. SaroSaro akka Tho Pav Jalebi ranSouth Indian Specialties Here’s a dish that’s twice as rich in beta-carotene, iron, calcium and folic acid than most other Indian vegetable dish, all the more, why Saro pavakka thoran should be part of your diet. Saro pavakka thoran is bitter gourd prepared in the traditional South Indian style except with less bitterness. The unique taste of grated coconuts lessens the bitterness so that you enjoy a healthy dish. Go ahead! Enjoy the wholesome goodness of a dish that is nourishing and good for your health. Ingredients: Pavakka, small onions, coconut, green chillies, coconut oil, turmeric powder, mustard seeds, curry leaves, dry red chillies. Packing: 16 x 400 g 45
  46. 46. Saro Padvalangya lebioran Saro Ja ThSouth Indian Specialties Saro Padvalangya thoran is an all time classic that utilizes snake gourd as its primary ingredient, a vegetable that has found prime importance in India largely due to its nutritive value. The vegetable has been considered as a perfect tonic for the heart. This is why this dish is a traditional specimen of the South Indian Cooking. Saro Padvalangya thoran uses coconut grated mixed with Snake Gourd cuts to give you that fresh taste. So get a taste of a local preparation that satisfies your hunger and taste buds. Ingredients: Padavalanga, small onions,coconut, green chillies, coconut oil, turmeric powder, mustard seeds, curry leaves, dry red chillies. Packing: 16 x 400 g 46

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