You will find an amazing combination in this recipe – spiced potatoes and grapes. The mild fruity sweetness of the grapes provides a delicious accompaniment to the smooth melting feel of the mashed potatoes. A touch of carrots for texture, a dash of fresh green coriander leaves for flavour and carefully selected spices for the tongue-tickling experience that will leave you asking for more. The ingenuity of Indian chefs has led them to combine juicy fruits with other ingredients in savoury dishes. Because Indian chefs believe that in some dishes, contrasting tastes and flavours heighten the culinary experience and a completely new dish can be created. India proves that grapes are not for wine alone, but even for spicy snacks!
Potato (50%), Grapes (20%), Breadcrumbs, Carrot, Sugar, Fine Wheat Flour, Refined Sunflower Oil, Fresh Green Coriander Leaf, Fresh Green Chili Pepper, Salt, Red Chili Pepper, Black Salt, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Black Pepper & Dry Mango.
At (-) 18° C – 12 Months
Serving Size : 6 Pieces (120
Servings Per Container about 2
Calories from fat 90
Amount per serving
* % Daily Value*
Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a
2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending of your calorie needs:
Calories per gram:
Ice crystals on frozen food can cause spattering when added to hot oil. Add product carefully.
For best result cook straight from frozen. Replace unused product in the freezer
veg. Angoori Ratan in hot oil at 350 °f (180°c) for 2 minutes until crispy and golden brown. Remove and serve