5 Vegan Ready to Eat From Jyoti Foods

Image1. Jyoti Delhi Saag (Mustard Green)

Mustard Greens more commonly known as ‘sarson ka saag’ in India is a rich source nutrients and a storehouse of energy. There are a number of benefits of including these leafy greens in your daily diet. Read more here: http://jyotifoods.com/jyoti-delhi-saag-mustard-greens-and-spinach

 2. Jyoti Kala Channa (Baby Black Chickpeas)

Kala Chana This versatile bean is similar to the traditional chickpea, but with a distinctive nutty flavor.Use as you would regular chipeas in your favourite salads, pilafs and vegetarian dishes to create more delicious, healthy, and memorable meals. http://jyotifoods.com/jyoti-kala-channa-baby-black-chickpeas

3. Jyoti Madras Sambar Lentils

Madras SambarA soothing and satisfying South Indian vegetarian dish made with yellow lentils (toor dal) simmered with fresh vegetables (eggplant, bell peppers, onions and carrots). Jyoti’s Madras Sambar can be served as a soup or can be used as the base for a thick soup/stew by adding your own vegetables/meats. Take a look at how this yummy sambar is  prepared: http://jyotinaturalfoods.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/tales-of-the-indian-sambar/

4. Jyoti Punjabi Chhole Chickpeas

Punjabi ChholeA tangy chickpea (garbanzo beans) stew, simmered with potatoes and onions and fragrant with Indian spices, ginger and peppers. A warming and soul satisfying dish! http://jyotinaturalfoods.wordpress.com/2013/06/04/masala-chhole-recipe/

5. Jyoti Classic Masala Sauce

Jyoti Classic Masala sauce The most versatile sauce for northern Indian cuisine, this tomato, garlic and onion-based sauce is made aromatic and flavorful with an array of traditional Indian spices and will serve as the foundation for any combination of vegetables, chicken, and/or seafood that you like. http://jyotifoods.com/jyoti-classic-masala-sauce

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