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If You're Looking For Kashmir Dry Fruits Online, These Are The Most Popular Ones

by Team SaleBhai - 09-Nov-2017 - Hometown Special
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Crispy, crunchy, and satiating dry fruits surely are one of the most loved tidbits. Be it for gifting your loved ones on festivals or munching them in the middle of the night -- these little delights are perfect for every occasion. Although it is easy to procure dry fruits from any part of the country -- Kashmiri dry fruits have made their own place in everyone’s heart.

 

Produced through organic methods and accrued from some of the well-known manufacturers and sellers of Kashmir -- this extensive range of Kashmir dry fruits has been made available to you, only on SaleBhai. To provide you nothing but the best options -- we have curated this list of top 5 best-selling dry fruits from Kashmir. Navigate through these dry fruits from Kashmir and make your purchase. You will want to thank us for sure.

 

1- Premium Almonds (Badam)

 

Badam

 

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Whether it is about using them as ingredients to prepare delicious kheer for dessert or munching them early in the morning -- almonds are one of the most popular and beneficial dry fruits. Despite being rich in fat, they are still preferred by many. The nutrients that they carry provide a myriad of health benefits. They are believed to give us relief from brain as well as heart disorders, respiratory problems, coughs, diabetes, constipation, anaemia, and even impotency. With so many advantages, it’s no wonder almonds are a must in our daily diet.

 

At SaleBhai, we have a variety of almonds, procured from some of the famous vendors of Kashmir. Relish our California Almond Jumbo Plain from Nutraj Signature or Premium Almonds from Pure Mart - we have a lot of options in our basket.

 

Considering the health benefits and great taste offered by almonds, there are several recipes that you can prepare with Kashmiri almonds. Famous chef Sanjeev Kapoor's recipe of thick almond soup can be prepared in minutes and served to your loved ones any time of the day. 

 

Ingredients:

  • Almonds soaked in hot water - 20 pieces
  • Milk - 1 cup
  • Refined flour - 2 tablespoons
  • Butter - 2 tablespoon
  • Ajinomoto - ½ tablespoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Black pepper powder to taste
  • Grind almonds after removing the skin and make a paste with 4 tablespoon of milk
  • In a non-stick pan, heat butter, add flour, and saute it till you get its fragrance
  • Add 3 cups of hot water and stir until there are no lumps
  • Add remaining milk and almond paste. Mix and let it boil for sometime
  • Add ajinomoto, salt, and black pepper
  • Cook for few minutes and serve

 

Method:

  • Grind almonds after removing the skin and make a paste with 4 tablespoon of milk
  • In a non-stick pan, heat butter, add flour, and saute it till you get its fragrance
  • Add 3 cups of hot water and stir until there are no lumps
  • Add remaining milk and almond paste. Mix and let it boil for sometime
  • Add ajinomoto, salt, and black pepper
  • Cook for few minutes and serve

 

Almonds

 

2. Walnuts

 

Walnuts

 

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A significant look-alike of the human brain -- walnuts have earned the second position on our list. Famously known as akhrot, walnuts are one of the most preferred dry fruits since they are considered amazing for skin and hair. We love walnuts -- be it in chocolates, cookies, cakes, or any other dessert. We have procured the best quality of walnuts from Kashmir.

 

For those who are pressed for time or cannot bring themselves to crack open a walnut shell -- we have Walnut Kernels from Nutraj Signature. For the more adventurous ones, we have our selected pack  of  California walnuts (in shell).

 

Undoubtedly, there are several dishes that can be prepared with walnuts. But, did you ever think you could make akhrot kebabs? No right? Famous chef Ranveer Brar shows you how to make these delicious kebabs using walnuts. Check out the recipe mentioned below.

 

Ingredients:

  • Refined oil - ⅔ teaspoon
  • Ginger paste - ⅓ teaspoon
  • Garlic paste - ⅓ teaspoon
  • Green chilli - ⅓ teaspoon
  • Walnuts - 1 and ¼ tablespoon
  • Green beans - 1 and ¼ tablespoon
  • Cashews - ½ tablespoon
  • Salt - 1 pinch
  • Turmeric - ¼ teaspoon
  • Coriander powder - ⅓ teaspoon
  • Red chilli powder - ½ teaspoon
  • Khoya - ⅓ tablespoon
  • Banana - 2 and ¾ tablespoon
  • Black pepper - as required
  • Potato - 1 and ¼ tablespoon
  • Paneer - ⅓ tablespoon
  • Almonds - ¼ tablespoon
  • Walnuts - ¼ tablespoon

 

Method:

 

  • Add oil, ginger garlic paste, boiled & chopped walnuts, chopped green chillies, cashew nut powder, chopped french beans, turmeric powder, salt, red chilli powder, coriander powder, and mawa in a pan and mix it thoroughly
  • Take another bowl, add grated raw banana, crushed black pepper, salt, grated paneer, boiled & grated potato, walnut and almond powder, and red chilli powder. Mix well
  • Combine both the mixtures together
  • Make a tikki from some portion of the mix
  • Take a pan, add oil, and sear the tikki from both sides
  • After cooking, garnish with coriander and serve

 

walnut

 

3. Cashews

 

Cashews

 

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A major production in India, Nigeria, Vietnam, and Ivory Coast -- cashews or kaju are consumed all around the world joyously. Available in different varieties, this dry fruit rules the hearts like a king. Can you resist anything that has a scrumptious presence of cashews? We bet not! For instance, everyone loves kaju katli. Period. When it comes to procuring bestselling cashews from Kashmir, we surely have a lot of options for you.

 

You can purchase Chocofarm Cashews by Ultimate Confectionery  or make your way towards something crispy and crunchy by selecting Roasted & Salted Cashews by Dayal Dry Fruits.

 

Now, if you are wondering what all you can prepare with cashews, we have brought an amazing recipe of kaju kothimbir vadi by none other than Vikas Khanna. Read on.

 

Ingredients:

  • Gram flour - 1 cup
  • Cashew nuts - 30
  • Turmeric powder - ½ tablespoon
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tablespoon
  • Finely chopped green chillies - 2
  • Tamarind pulp - 1 tablespoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil - 4 tablespoon
  • Finely chopped coriander - 2 tablespoon

 

Method:

  • Except oil, mix all the ingredients in a bowl and add 1½ cup water. Mix it well till it becomes thick
  • Pour 4 tablespoon of oil in a frying pan and heat it. Add the batter into it and stir for 15-18 minutes till it becomes thick and doughy
  • On a small greased tray, spread the mixture as thick as 1 inch. Once it is cool, steam it for 30 minutes and cut into 2 inch squares
  • Shallow-fry these squares in oil till they become crispy and golden
  • Remove, absorb the oil, and serve

 

Crunchy Cashews

 

4. Hazelnuts

 

Hazelnuts

 

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Nut of the hazel, hazelnut, is also famous as cobnut or filbert nut. Generally, this dry fruit is used to prepare several delicacies such as chocolate truffles and nutella. Yummy! Doesn’t it make you drool? It surely does!

 

On popular demand, we present our bestselling Turkish Hazelnut by VKC Nuts. Whether you relish it just like that or add in a dessert - these tidbits serve maximum amount of satisfaction to the tastebuds.

 

If you are looking to prepare something quick and healthy for your loved ones, here is Mascarpone Choco Hazelnut Sandwich by Kunal Kapoor.

 

Ingredients:

  • Bread slices - 4
  • Butter - 100 g
  • Choco-hazelnut paste - 4 tablespoon
  • Mascarpone cheese - 4 tablespoon
  • Banana - 1
  • Cinnamon powder - 1 tablespoon
  • Icing sugar - 2 tablespoon

 

Method:

  • Apply butter, mascarpone cheese, and choco-hazelnut paste on bread slices
  • Add slices of banana and sprinkle it with cinnamon powder
  • Toast the bread slices and sprinkle icing sugar. Serve with love

 

5. Figs

 

Fig

 

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Last but not the least, a delicious dry fruit from Kashmir which is making its appearance on our list is fig. Also known as anjeer, you can devour them either dry or fresh. Along with a sweet taste, they surely provide innumerable health benefits. Since they are rich in fibre, calcium, iron, potassium, and other nutrients -- these small little pieces are perfect to munch, regardless of the time.

 

With a wide variety of figs, SaleBhai never goes short of satisfying its customers. We have an extensive range of bestselling figs with long-lasting shelf-lives. Try Dry Figs from Pure Mart.

 

Considering the benefits of figs, have you ever tried to make any delicious recipe with them? How about if we say you can prepare a kulfi? Yes, that’s absolutely right! Tarla Dalal shows you how it is done.

 

Ingredients:

  • Low fat curd - 2 cups
  • Sugar substitute - ½ tablespoon
  • Figs puree - 1 ½ cups
  • Chopped figs - ½ cup

 

Method:

  • Take a bowl and mix all the ingredients well
  • Place them in kulfi moulds and freeze overnight for at least 7-8 hours
  • Remove and serve

 

When it comes to ways to devour dry fruits, we Indians do not leave any stone unturned. Be it gifting a decorated tray of the goodies to someone or stocking them in the house for sudden hunger-pangs -- dry fruits have always come to our rescue. And in case you are thinking that it would be difficult to purchase dry fruits all the way from Kashmir, think again! SaleBhai brings  the best of them to you, right to your doorsteps!

 

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