Hand-pounded Young Tamarind Tree Leafs Flour-Chinta Chiguru Podi – Vintage Farmers

Hand-pounded Young Tamarind Tree Leafs Flour-Chinta Chiguru Podi

Mana Velugu - Vintage Farmers

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All-natural Hand-pounded Young Tamarind Tree Leafs Flour-Chinta Chiguru Podi From Mana Velugu Vintage Farmers.
We believe in " Creating magic with your own hands ". As these leaves are seasonal, We usually dry them and use them year long. We can use these leaves in many recipes like making dal, curry, or especially used in chicken or mutton curry. So, get ready to create magic by showing some love and interest in whatever you are cooking like Chutney, fish curry, mutton curry, Pickles, etc.

  • Fresh tamarind leaves are available only during the spring season
  • They are known to contain fiber,potassium, iron and even calcium
  • Tamarind leaves are dried under sun to increase their shell life

Tamarind leaves have a sour and tart flavour because of the presence of Vitamin C and tartaric acid. They are known to contain fiber, potassium, iron and even calcium. Culinary Uses of Tamarind LeavesTamarind leaves are used to spice up Asian soups.

Tamarind leaves can also be used for garnishing and in salads. You can totally transform your dish by sprinkling these tangy leaves. You can make a quick snack by mixing puffed rice, boiled beans, peanuts, fried onions and some tamarind. It is quick and easy to make and perfect to beat sudden hunger pangs. 

Tamarind Leaf powder can be used to protect tissue (liver, kidneys, heart, and lungs). Antioxidants help protect cells against free radicals, which are produced by digesting food, smoking, and exposure to radiation. Antioxidants from plant-based sources such as moringa powder are considered best.

According to Chef Dhruv Oberoi from Olive Bar and Kitchen in New Delhi, “There are some classic recipes like the ‘Sosatie’ in which fish and prawns are marinated with tamarind juice, garlic, apricot, cumin and chillies and then, we sprinkle some tamarind leaves to give it a whole new flavour." "I've also experimented with a lovely sorbet made with tamarind leaves that has a delicious tangy flavour and can be served as a palate cleanser," adds Chef Dhruv..

Children: Tamarind leaf is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken by mouth, short-term. Diabetes: Tamarind might lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes.

Give this product at least one week to get good results, and they get better and sustain too.

If you would like to have a SPICY mix of tender tamarind leaves get the below ingredients to make a mixture.

Dry tender Tamarind leaves 1 cup
Garlic cloves 3
Red chili 4
Curry leaves 10
Jeera 1/4 sp
Udad dal 1/4 sp
Chana dal 1/4 sp
Oil 1sp

Minimum Order Quantity(MOQ): up to 1 Kg ( 250 Grams)

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  • Shipping is free from 4 Kg of all the orders.
  • The quotation for bulk items is valid for only 1 week.

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Manufactured & Marketed by Vintage Farmers under the brand name of "Mana Velugu", Mana Velugu Vintage Farmers, Village Baipalli, Akkupalli Post, Srikakulam District, AP, India - 532219
Best before 6 Months
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Note: 
1) Please contact for bulk orders to avail of the discount. 
 
2) This is packed in a food-grade plastic cover to avoid shipping damages.