Nuts

Nuts

Nuts are defined as a simple, dry fruit in which the seed case wall becomes very hard at maturity. There are different types of nuts but we have them with some tempering of different spices.

 

Different nuts available such as:

  • Almonds - Smoked almonds
  • Pistachios - Pistachios
  • Corn -Smoked corn and chilli & lemon corn
  • Hazelnuts - Roasted hazelnuts and raw hazelnuts
  • Chickpeas - Spicy chickpeas and salted chickpeas
  • Peanuts: Roasted peanuts, raw peanuts, pepper peanuts and peanuts in shell.
  • Cashew - Smoked cashew, spicy cashew, pepper cashew and chilli & lemon cashew.

AND MUCH MORE...

 

 

PINE NUTS

  Pine nuts are small edible seeds of female cone in a pine tree. Pine kernels are, indeed, very good source of plant derived nutrients, essential minerals, vitamins and "heart friendly" mono-unsaturated fatty acids that help benefit in reducing cholesterol levels in the blood.

We have the best qualiy of pine nuts. Its collected from the valley from the northern side of Pakistan.

 

ALMOND SHELL NUT

   Almonds in the shell are oval and flattened in shape and a little over an inch long. They are rough, light brown, and have scattered small holes on the shell. These delicious tree nuts are Pakistan grown almonds.

 

DRIED CHERRIES

  Big, plump and moist, our Pakistani dried cherries are the best cherries available. We start with the best cherries of the year and use our unique drying process to ensure they are beautiful, great tasting and healthy. 

 

SESAME SEEDS

  Sesame seeds add a nutty taste and a delicate, almost invisible, crunch to many Asian dishes.They are also the main ingredients in tahini (sesame seed paste) and the wonderful Middle Eastern sweet call halvah. They are available throughout the year.

 

DRIED APRICOT 

  Specially chosen for our soil and central Pakistan climate, our large, juicy, dried apricots will surprise you with each bite of sweer apricot flesh and rich, tangy skin.

 

 

KERNEL APRICOT 

  Apricot kernel is the inner part of the seed of the apricot fruit. The kernel is used to produce oil and other chemicals used for medicinal purposes. Kernels of the apricot grown in central Asia and around the Mediterranean are so sweet that they may be substituted for almonds. 

 

MULBERRY

  Mulberries are large, deciduous trees native to warm, temperate, and subtropical regions of Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Technically, the mulberry fruit is an aggregation of small fruits arranged concentrically around the central axis as in blackberry or loganberries.

 

APRICOT SEEDS

  The nutritional content and toxicity of apricot seeds varies according to cultivar. Some apricot seeds are sweet-tasting and low in cyanide. These sweet apricot seeds are suitable almond substitutes.

 

WALNUT

  Walnuts not only taste great but are a rich source of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats and an excellent source of those hard to find omega-3 fatty acids.