Finally, the multi-day Hindu festival; Navratri, celebrated twice a year over a period of nine nights and 10 days is here. It is celebrated twice a year- in the beginning of summer and the onset of winter. The festival reveres the Devi Sakthi in three different forms, Saraswathi Devi (the Goddess of Knowledge), Lakshmi Devi (the Goddess of Wealth) and Durga Devi (the Hindu Goddess of Power known as divine shakti). Haldiram’s Nagpur, one of the leading manufacturers of Indian snacks and sweets highlights that the first three days of the festival are dedicated to Durga, the next three to Lakshmi and the last three to Saraswati.
The devotees of these goddesses fast for entire nine days during the festival. These nine days of devotion are a reminder for the people to be a good sadhak (seeker). Nothing can surpass the spirit of revelry and joviality that Navratri brings along. Haldirams Nagpur believes that such auspicious days need to be marked with a special treat for the customers. The company is all set to make these days all the more special for its valuable customers.
Haldiram’s Nagpur has introduced a special range of food items for Navratri which includes poories/ parathas, appetizing sabzis, banana kofta curry, sabudana wadas, sabudana khichdi, chutneys, sweet dahi and Bengali sweets. The green chutneys are made of banana, green chillies and coconut; the kofta is made of boiled bananas, in a gravy of cashew nuts. The poories are made of Rajgira/ Singhada atta and the aloo paratha of boiled and mashed potatoes, Rajgira atta, Kuttu, green chillies and pudina.
With an array of scrumptious food products, Haldirams Nagpur has made this Navratri season not less than a feast for all its valuable customers.
1. Calories : 367.5 Kcal
2. Carbohydrate : 81.55 G
3. Sugar : 0 G
4. Total Fat : 1.1 G
5. Protein : 10.6 G
6. Fiber : 0.18 G
7. Cholesterol : Nil
Pasta is surely the ultimate comfort food. In Italy, it’s perhaps eaten at least once a day, and for many people a meal without pasta would look incomplete.
Nutritionally, Haldirams Pasta is excellent – perfect the family and especially for growing kids. Pasta is an ideal source of carbohydrate as it releases energy slowly. The lack of fats in Haldirams Pasta makes it perfect for low-calorie diets and it is digested easily. Contrary to general belief that pasta is starchy, it can be as fresh, light and summery as you may like. Mix some pasta with homemade pesto or basic tomato sauce for a nourishing and quick fix. Haldirams Pasta can be prepared in advance and served on picnics or for parties. You can make pasta salads for a large crowd – pasta salad with grilled peppers and olives tastes amazing. Add whatever you like – mozzarella, tomatoes, red onion, basil, tuna, olives, pickles, prawns, sliced sausages or beans – the list is pretty much endless.
Paneer burger Method :
Take haldirams paneer cutlet and thaw it as per instruction on
pack, also take one burgerbun cut it from centre and slightly toast
it, put one salad leaf on it and some sliced vegetables like onions,
tomatoes , cuumbers and put paneer cutlet on top of it add some
mayonaise sauce on it and cover it with another slice of burgerban,
paneer burger is ready to serve.