Trade Fair 2014

Cookme’s participation in the International Industrial Trade Fair at Milan Mela Grounds in Kolkata between 27th December 2013 and 5th January 2014.


Ready to Cook Chana Ingredients: Coriander, Tomato Powder, Cumin, Dry Ginger, Black Pepper, Aniseed (small), Bay Leaf, Cardamom (small), Red Chilli, Fenugreek, Kashmiri Mirch, Turmeric, Black Cumin, Cardamom (big), Asafoetida, Rock Salt, Cinnamom. Requirements: Kabli Chana 250 grams, Baking Soda 1/4 teaspoon, Cookme Chana Masala Mix 10 – 12 grams, finely chopped Tomatoes 2 teaspoons,


Radhaballavi Ready to Cook for Radhaballavi Ingredients: Chana dal, Cumin (whole), Ginger powder, Sugar, White salt, Aniseed (small), Green chili, Black cumin, Asafoetida, Mint leaf, Fenugreek. Requirements: Cookme Radhaballavi Mix 100 g, Refined Flour (Maida), 500 g oil as pere requirement. How to prepare: Mix thoroughly 100 grams Cookme Radhaballavi Mix with 100 ml water and

Butter Chicken

Butter Chicken Ready to Cook for Butter Chicken Ingredients: Tomato powder, Milk solids, Kashmiri mirch, Maida, Onion powder, Coriander, Kesuri methi, Sugar, White salt, Cashew nut, Ginger powder, Garlic powder, Mango powder, Red chili, White pepper. Requirements: Chicken 1 kg, Butter 60 grams, Cream 60 ml, Cookme Butter Chicken Mix 50 grams. How to prepare: Brush chicken


Recipe for Alurdom Ready to Cook for Alurdom Ingredients: Tomato powder, Coriander, Cumin, Kashmiri mirch, Ginger powder, Aniseed (small), Turmeric, Cinnamon, Mango powder, Asafoetida, Cardamom (small), Bay leaf, Red Chilli, Clove, White salt. Requirements: Potato 500 grams, Cookme Alurdom Mix 20 grams (4 teaspoons), Salt and sugar to taste. How to prepare: Take 20 grams of Cookme Alurdom

Mustard as Home Remedy

Mustard, known for enhancing the flavor of a variety of Indian dishes is quite a popular condiment. Given its ability to turn simple dishes into tasty delights, mustard is one of the most common items found in the cupboard. But it doesn’t only enhance flavours of food, it can give relief from a number of

Clove as Home Remedy

Clove or laung is a common spice added to most Indian dishes, but this tiny, brown spice is much more than just an additive. Packed with nutrients namely, vitamins and minerals like iodine, calcium, phosphorous and iron, clove can do much more for your body than simply make food more palatable. Fever – Grind 2

Cinnamon as Home Remedy

Cinnamon or dalchini is one of the most common ingredients in Indian cooking. Known for its aromatic and pungent characteristics, cinnamon is mostly used as a falvouring agent. But this spice is packed with innumerable compounds that make its essential oil a panacea for most ailments. Arthiritic Pain – Mix 1 teaspoon of Dalchini powder

Shopping Cart (0 Items)
Your cart is empty!

Subtotal: $0.00 USD
Total: $0.00 USD