Studies show that peanuts are useful for weight loss and are linked to a reduced risk of heart disease. The fiber in peanuts also helps lower blood sugar levels. groundnuts have been largely used in Indian cuisine and groundnut chutney powder is one such. It goes will with rotis made of jowar, rai and with dosas or idlis as well.
Many people also sprinkle groundnut chutney power while munching on khakras. They also sprinkle it on salads made of cucumber and carrot. Having a shelf life of about 15 days, this makes a great product for your shelf to go with idlis and dosas on one of those busy breakfast days when you have no time to make a side-dish.
Nutritional Values ( Per 100 gm)
Protein – 27 gm
Fat – 49 gm
Dietary Fibre – 10 gm
Carbohydrates – 18 gm
Energy – 620 kcal
Sugar – 2 gm
Groundnut, Garlic, Byadagi chilli, red salt, cumin,curry leaves, coriander