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Chakrata Rajma | Unpolished | Protein Rich | 500 g

Original price was: ₹180.0.Current price is: ₹153.0. 500 g

Product Details

Brand Name Valley Culture
Country Of Origin India
How To Use It can be used in Indian Curries.
In the box Chakrata Rajma
Ingredients Rajma
Package Preparation Days 2
Return Policy Non-Returnable
Shelf Life 9 Months
Weight 500 g
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Product Description

Experience the great taste and nutritive advantages of Valley Culture’s Chakrata Rajma. It is cultivated traditionally and organically by the local farmers of Chakrata, Uttarakhand.

Rich in proteins and fibres, this wine colored unpolished kidney bean is a gem to add to your pantry. It helps you add taste and necessary nutrients to your diet and also cooks quickly.

  • Unpolished
  • Keto-Friendly
  • Soaking time- 12 hrs
  • High in protein and fibre

Best way to consume it:- Soak it for 12 hours in water. After that boil it and strain the excess water. Use the cooked beans to add in your Dals, Curries, Stews, Soups, etc.

Benefits :

· Chakrata Rajma is helpful for managing diabetes

· It is rich in iron, proteins and minerals and is helpful for strengthening bone health

· It is an excellent source of energy for your body

· It is helpful for in losing weight in a healthy manner

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