Seeraga samba rice, which is the traditional rice in southern India. The tiny-grained seeraga samba gets its name from its resemblance to cumin, which is known as seeragam in Tamil Nadu, and is the most expensive rice grown in that southern India. Seeraga samba is main ingredient in biriyani, a traditional Indian dish. When cooked properly, seeraga samba rice grains are fluffy and loose. One cup of uncooked rice yields about 2 cups of cooked rice.
Palm jaggery is rich in vitamins and minerals and especially it is rich in vitamin B, magnesium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, zinc and calcium.
Palm jaggery has a low glycemic index compared to white sugar which has a high glycemic index of 61 and does not spike our blood sugar levels immediately.
Palm jaggery is full of antioxidants and regular intake helps improve our immunity. Since it is rich in antioxidants consuming palm jaggery prevents free radicals which is the main reason for skin ageing. It is also a wonderful blood purifier.
It’s an ancient rice variety, grown primarily in India, with a lot of health benefits. It is one of the red rice variety grown in India. It possesses antioxidant properties, and has higher zinc and iron content than white rices. They also strengthen, regenerate, and energise the body, regulate blood pressure, and prevent skin diseases and premature aging. Kullakkar rice contains complex carbohydrates that are good for health
Palm Candy is made from “Neera”(palm nectar/padhaneer/Thatti kallu-sweet; translucent in color, extracted from the inflorescence of various species of toddy palms). Palm Candy is rich in nutrients, and has low Glycemic Crystalline sweetener. It is rich in Iron and a good source of vitamins like B1, B2, B3, B6 & B12.