Green gram, commonly called mung bean or moong, is a leguminous plant of the Fabaceae family with the scientific name Vigna radiata. This little, oval-shaped green bean is commonly utilized in Indian cuisine, and no meal is complete without dals, whether served with rice or roti.
Rava, colloquially referred to as semolina or suji, is a granular form of maida. Similarly to maida, rava is produced from finely crushed wheat endosperm that is bran and germ-free. Rava is used to make idlis, uthpam, upma, halwa, and laddus. Rava is nutritionally equivalent to maida flour. The item is used as a batter ingredient in a number of Indian cuisines.
This rice is made from pesticide-free, 100% organic Indian parboiled rice that our farmers harvest in the rice heartlands. It is the primary ingredient in “Idly/Idli,” a South Indian all-season staple flavour.