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SalemMango: Pure Groundnut Oil and Pure Coconut Oil Review

Groundnut oil and Coconut oil

Pure Coconut oil (Thengai Ennai) is one of the most versatile oil which not only can be used for skin and hair but also is edible and can be used in place of vegetable oil or butter. Coconut oil is a little different from other cooking oil. It contains several types of healthy saturated fats. In recent years coconut oil is gaining popular because of its versatility and health benefits. Among different health benefits, coconut oil is good for many  diseases and for lowering high triglycerides due to high saturated fats. It's also good for blood sugar and weight loss. 


Groundnut oil or peanut oil is rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, which can protect us from heart diseases. Groundnut oil has a mild peanut flavor and is of bright yellow in colour.  Groundnut oil is free from cholesterol and contains lots of essential fatty acids like omega-6.


SalemMango is well known for its mango supply. It's an online company which supply naturally ripend, chemical-free, hand picked mangoes directly to their customers through online order. Besides mangoes the company also supply some organic products like sugar, jaggery,  dairy, honey, oil etc. The company delivers accross India within 5-7 business days and free delivery across Tamil Nadu. The company also supply Pure Groundnut Oil and Pure Coconut Oil. I am using these two oil products for last few days and here is my review on both the oil.



SalemMango Pure Coconut Oil Review:

Product name: Pure Coconut Oil 
Brand: SalemMango 
Quantity: 1 Litre Cost: Rs. 229/-

"Salem Mango Pure Coconut Oil  is very easy to use.  The hole in the oil bottle cap makes it easy to pour out the content without making a mess.  As I have used the oil during autumn and the temperature in India during autumn is pretty hot, I can't say whether it becomes solid during winter or remains in the liquid state.  But I loved the flavour.  It has a mild coconut smell and is white in colour. I have used this SalemMango pure coconut oil in making curries and frying fritters.  As coconut oil mostly contains saturated fat, it is suitable for deep frying and hence good for frying fritters. As it has a multiple use, I tried it on my hair and skin also. What I really liked about the SalemMango coconut oil was the subtle flavour and smooth texture and off course it's versatile nature. Single oil with multiple use with lots of health benefits."


*To know more about SalemMango Pure Groundnut Oil visit the official website of SalemMango Click here.

SalemMango Pure Groundnut Oil Review:


product name: Pure Groundnut Oil 
Brand: SalemMango 
Quantity: 1 Litre 
Cost: Rs. 229/-

"SalemMango Pure Groundnut oil  has a mild peanut smell and is of bright yellow in colour. The bottling of the product is very good and you no need to transfer the oil in oil dispenser. The bottle cap has a small hole and so it is very easy to pour in the cooking pan and easy to use. I mostly used it in making chapatis, halwa and chowmein. I also used it raw in making chapati dough. What I really enjoyed about the SalemMango pure groundnut oil was its mild peanut flavor."

Recipe Used

Sooji barfi with broken and leftover biscuits 

I made my own barfi recipe.  I'm sorry that I didn't get a picture.  I was a bit busy during Durga Puja festival.  My family loved it and will be making it again soon.

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup sooji or semolina 
  • 1/2 cup leftover broken biscuits 
  • 1/3 cup SalemMango pure groundnut oil 
  • 1/2 cup sugar or as required 
  • 2 cups of milk 
  • 1/4 cup of cashew nuts and raisins 
Method:
  1. Grind coarsely biscuit crumbs and suger  together. 
  2. In a pan heat oil. 
  3. Roast sooji on medium heat till it turns light brown. 
  4. Add biscuit and suger mix. Mix everything well. 
  5. Add milk. 
  6. Add cashew nuts and raisins. 
  7. Stir continuously till the sooji absorbs the milk and remains no lumps. 
  8. Now immediately transfer the prepared substance into a plate. Press the substance and spread it equally. 
  9. Allow to set it for 30 minutes. 
  10. Now cut in square shaped pieces. 
Review:  Tasty and delicious. 

*To know more about SalemMango Pure Groundnut Oil visit the official website of SalemMango click here.









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