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Atta Nayab 5Kg

¥1,100

Name: Atta
What it is: Atta is a wheat flour, originating from the Asian subcontinent, used to make flatbreads such as chapati, roti, naan, paratha, and puri. Hard wheat have a high gluten content, which provides elasticity, so doughs made out of atta flour are strong and can be rolled out very thin.
Country of Origin: Pakistan
How to Store: Keep Dry

BESON OR BASIN 1 KG

¥450

Name: Bason or Basin
What it is: Gram flour or chickpea flour or besan is a pulse flour made from a variety of ground chickpea known as Bengal gram. It is a staple ingredient in the cuisine of the Indian subcontinent, including in Indian, Bangladeshi, Burmese, Nepali, Pakistani and Sri Lankan cuisines. Gram flour can be made from either raw or roasted gram beans. The roasted variety is more flavorful, while the raw variety has a slightly bitter taste.
Country of Origin: India
How to Store: Keep Dry

Biriyani masala (Ahmed)

¥250

Ahmed Bombay Biriyani Masala is ready mix for Biriyani.
Country Of Origin: Pakistan
Ingredients: Salt, Onion, Spices, Garlic, Ginger

Fufu (African items)

¥800

Fufu (variants of the name include foofoo, fufuo, foufou) is a staple food common in many countries in Africa such as Ghana and Nigeria. It is often made in the traditional Ghanaian and Nigerian method by mixing and pounding separate equal portions of cassava and green plantain flour thoroughly with water. It is then adjusted to either increase or decrease the viscosity of the fufu depending on personal gastronomic preferences.[1] Other flours, such as semolina, maize flour or mashed plantains may take the place of cassava flour. Fufu is often served with groundnut soup, palm nut soup or light soup.

The traditional method is to boil starchy food crops like cassava, yams or plantains and cocoyams and then pound them into a dough-like consistency. Fufu is eaten with the fingers, and a small ball of it can be dipped into an accompanying soup or sauce. Foods made in this manner are known by different names in different places.
Country of Origin: Africa
How to Store: Keep Dry