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Unpolished rice is soaked for days and dried under sunlight then ground to perfect fineness.
Farm fresh Beetroot is cleaned and grounded with spices to make a thick paste
The rice flour and beetroot paste is cooked in boiling water to make a dough. The dough is kneaded and further steam-cooked like idlis
Then, it is hand rolled and sun dried. After drying, they are packed and made ready for delivery.
Contains immunity boosting elements like Vitamin C and B.
Beetroot contains compounds like flavonoid phenols that increase serum iron level and hemoglobin and ferritin to help treat anemia
Improves skin health
Beetroots are a rich source of iron that directly leads to increase the hemoglobin content in blood and strengthens your circulatory system thus providing a natural glow to your skin.
Maintains blood sugar
Beetroot contains betalain, neo betanin, and dietary nitrate which reduced blood glucose and can be beneficial to diabetics.
Prevents cell damage
Antioxidants in it help reverse the cell damage done by free radicals to inhibit lipid peroxidation and protect the liver.
Helps improve immunity
Nitric oxide in it plays an important role in the immune response
We bring you healthy crispies to add to your daily meals.
Our papads are made with Traditional Recipes and Farm Fresh unpolished Rice, Ginger, Garlic and Spices.
Garlic helps in improving immunity and ginger is loaded with antioxidants & other compounds that prevent stress and damage to your body’s DNA.
According to our Farmer Didis, this papad is the healthy side kick you need for your daily meals.
Rice, ginger, garlic, salt, onion, green chili, tomato, cumin.
Liked the ragi papad very much
Ginger garlic papad is good. My kids also like it
I wanted to know why is there so much hype about farmdidi so I ordered a few products. Now I am also a fan of these pickles. Love it!
Heard a lot about this brand so wanted to try their pickles. Happy to say that they lived up to the expectations
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