A Quick Fix For South Indian, Sankethi & Home Made Food Cravings
What Makes It Awesome?
The memories of grandma cooking some of your favourite dishes always stir up nostalgia. The savoury smell of Poha or Upma, the sweet lingering flavour of Kesari Bath or Payasa and the delight of seeing mouth-watering snacks like Kodubale, Nippat and Chakkkli. While today’s working crowd finds themselves craving these traditional foods, getting their hands on it might have seemed a difficult task. However, not anymore. Adukale’s experience store in Malleshwaram offers a one-stop Sankethi cuisine experience, that allows you to stock up on your favourite items and prepare them at your will. By simply adding hot water to their ready mixes, you can instantly savour a plate of delicious poha or upma. In just a matter of minutes. Not a bad fix when you’re having a busy day and constantly on the run. Adukale’s products come in a handy packaging that allows you to tuck them away in your desk until you’re ready to consume them. For the slightly more culinary adventurous lot, a wide range of idlis (rice, rava and ragi), as well as dosa (Rava, adai, millet and ragi) powders, allows you to mix them with water and instantly make a batter to prepare your favourite dishes. Adukale also offers a range of ready to eat snacks that hit the spot when those hunger pangs set in. A delicious range of Nippat, Sandige, Chakli, Kodubale, Boondi and Mixtures are bound to take you back to the same delicious and aromatic flavours of your childhood. For those with a sweet tooth, their Kesari Bath and Payasa are a must try. Considering their foods have no preservatives, additives, trans fats or cholesterol, the taste of Adukale’s dishes feels home cooked and simply does not get more authentic. The food is absolutely enjoyable and the experience centre is a must visit, but going to Malleshwaram to restock supplies each week might be a challenge.
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