- Dalle Chilli Pickle 100g
- Smoked Chicken Pickle 60g
- Temi Tea Orthodox 250g
- Naga Chilli Hot Sauce 60ml
- Lakadong Turmeric 50g
- Gundruk 100g
- Wild Flower Honey 200g
- You will get a total of 7 Indigenous items in this pack that’s a perfect gift for the experimental foodie folks or even for the family.
- The Dalle Chilli Pickle is a tangy and spicy pickle, whereas the Smoked Chicken Pickle is a delightful blend of traditional sour flavours with a hint of spiciness
- The Temi Tea Orthodox is a favourite amongst those that love their tea just as it is. The rich and nutritional Wild forest honey is an excellent match with this.
- The Naga Chilli Hot Sauce is a flawless balance of spice, tanginess and sweetness.
- The Lakadong Turmeric makes for interesting culinary adventures for any foodie
- And lastly, the Gundruk has an earthy flavour with a hint of sourness.
Dalle Chilli Pickle 100g- 1
Smoked Chicken Pickle 60g- 1
Temi Tea Orthodox 250g- 1
Naga Chilli Hot Sauce 60ml- 1
Lakadong Turmeric 50g- 1
Gundruk 100g- 1
Wild Flower Honey 200g- 1
How to use?
Sauce and Pickles:
Use 1 tsp as a condiment with Rice, Curries, dumplings, dips, and a range of Indian preparations.
Non veg pickle is an accompaniment to all kinds of Indian cuisines.
Brew as normal black tea.
Turmeric and honey:
In a small pan, add water and put it on medium-low heat, wait until the water boils. After that add Lakadong Turmeric Powder, crushed ginger, ground cinnamon. Now, reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer for at least 10 minutes. Once done, strain tea into a large glass; add Wildflower Honey and lemon wedges and enjoy the healthier, and tastier drink.
Wash the gundruk strands and soak them in water for an hour. Squeeze out the excess water and chop fine.Add onions,tomatoes and other seasonings and then add the gundruk, mix well and cook till gundruk is soft. One can add chillies and prepare Gundruk Achar(pickle) or can add water and boil it till gundruk becomes soft and chewy. Then serve it as a hot Gundruk Soup.
What does the pattern on your packaging represent?
-The symbols on our packaging represent that state symbols of the 8 states of North East India.
How do I consume the product?
-Please refer to the How to Use section above!
Can I get bulk discounts?
-Please reach our customer care officer for bulk inquiries.
Where do you source your products from?
-All our products are sourced from local manufacturers from the origin state where the product and its ingredients belong to.
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|Content||1. Dalle Chilli Pickle 100g
2. King Chilli Pickle 200g
3. Bamboo Shoot Pickle 200g
Heat Level (🌶️) - 2/10 Not Spicy
Smoked chicken pickle is made using finest quality chicken meat that is locally farmed in Nagaland. The meat is first smoked traditionally using pine woods which adds to its texture and flavour. Followed by shredding the meat and pickling with various spices and oil. It is enjoyed as a side with any Indian meals. Enjoy a truly delicious and local experience with this Chicken Pickle from Nagaland!
|Sikkim Orange marmalade is a variation of the traditional orange marmalade that uses oranges grown in the state of Sikkim , which is located in northeastern India . Sikkim Orange marmalade is a popular product in Sikkim and other parts of India . Sikkim oranges are known for their intense flavor and aroma , which makes them ideal for making marmalade. it is often enjoyed as a breakfast spread , but it can also be used in baking or as a condiment to accompany savory dishes.||Sikkim Orange marmalade is a variation of the traditional orange marmalade that uses oranges grown in the state of Sikkim , which is located in northeastern India . Sikkim Orange marmalade is a popular product in Sikkim and other parts of India . Sikkim oranges are known for their intense flavor and aroma , which makes them ideal for making marmalade. it is often enjoyed as a breakfast spread , but it can also be used in baking or as a condiment to accompany savory dishes.|
Heat Level (🌶️) - 6/10 Medium SpicyDalle Khursani (Fireball cherry pepper) is a special variety of chilli grown in Sikkim. Scarlet red in colour, it is one of the hottest chillies in the world. Biting into these chilli with every morsel of rice adds heaps of flavour to the food that hits the right spot. The aroma from these chillies complemented by the tang from the pickle serves as a perfect condiment for comforting meals at home.
|Weight||1200 kg||1000 kg||0.598 kg||1000 kg||1000 kg||0.5998 kg|
|Dimensions||12 × 15 × 10 cm||12 × 15 × 10 cm||6 × 6 × 10 cm||15 × 12 × 10 cm||12 × 15 × 10 cm||6 × 6 × 10 cm|