Nutrition Facts (Per 100gm), Nutrition facts may vary from season to season, region & types of seeds.Energy 640 Kcal, Total Fat 52g, saturated fat 5g, trans fat 0g, Cholesterol-Absent, total carbohydrate 19g, sugar 1g, dietary fiber 9g, protein 24g, sodium 450mg.
Best Before 6 Month Of Packing.
Ingredient: Roasted peanuts, refined cottonseed oil, jeera, hing powder, cumin, spices and condiments
The Gulab Foods brand produces Gulab Flavored Roasted Hing Jeera Peanuts 100, Gm Pouch. Roasted Hing Jeera Peanuts is the perfectly roasted peanuts in a cool, spicy mixture of Jeera and Hing. This hing and Jeera flavor is a healthy and fresh take and also a tantalizing option for the consumers. Gulab Group Edible Oil Industry is a unique entity in this industry and is actively committed to providing a premium range of Hing Jeera Spicy Coated Peanuts and chana masala dry.
Roasted Masala Peanuts
Our Roasted Masala Peanuts are tangy, tasty peanuts, and delicious snacks in it. People can buy this product from supermarkets, grocery stores, and confectionery shops. Hing Jeera Spicy Coated Peanuts is being a legume rich in nutrients and gives immense health benefits. The ingredients of Gulab Flavored Roasted Hing Jeera Peanuts 100 Gm Pouch contains peanuts, Cumin, refined cottonseed oil, red chili, salt, citric acid, maltodextrin, and asafetida. The peanuts are roasted in the age-old hand roasting process that gives true roasted flavor, the natural sweetness, and golden brown color to peanuts.
Spicy Coated Peanuts
The users can store Spicy Peanuts in an airtight container in their storage cabinet. It is mouth-watering and mildly spiced roasted peanuts, which are seasoned with jeera (cumin seed) and heeng (asafetida). Heeng Jeera Roasted Masala Peanuts are Indian spices well-known for its digestive properties as per Ayurveda.
Our making Crispy Peanuts are rich in proteins that are a significant macronutrient and is required for growth and maintenance of fluids and body tissues. These crispy peanuts can savor as a snack along with coffee or tea and can be used as a topping in the Murmura Bhel, as well as in various chaats like Sukha Bhel, Sev Puri, and Ragda Samosa.