Gormiti / Gorumitilu / Murupeelu

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Product description

The Gormiti is nothing but a traditional sweet dish of Andhra Pradesh, India cooked by Godavari Vantillu. It is prepared by following the conventional technique followed by experienced ancestors at the Godavari Vantillu. You can simply taste it to enjoy its unique flavor.

This Goru meetilu is offered in different quantities of 250 gms, 500 gms, and 1 kg.

Product information

The Gorumitilu are the indigenous sweet snack of Andhra Pradesh which is consumed irrespective of occasions and considered as the best tea time snack. Gorumitilu chekka / Goru meetilu is the sweet and crispy fried combination of butter, All-purpose flour, and semolina spread with sugar syrup that is blended with the flavoring of cardamom powder. This mouthwatering sweet Gormiti is crunchy and saccharine-filled and will melt softly into your mouth.

Ingredients

Butter

All-purpose flour

Semolina

Sugar

Salt

Cardamom powder

Fresh cooking oil

Nutritional Facts


Nutritional component

Amount per serving

Carbohydrates

74 g

Protein

4 g

Potassium

2090 mg

Calcium

16 mg

Iron

2 mg

Fiber

1 mg


 

Health benefits

Gorumitilu, the first one in the lineup, is a nutritional supplement made of sugar and cardamom - ingredients used for centuries for its health benefits from preventing anemia to improving cardiac health, and fighting against cancer because of its antioxidant properties.

Product storage

Always store Gorumitilu in an air-tight container and use it within 15 days of opening the packet to get maximum shelf life.




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09/02/2020
Shekar
India India

best gorumitulu i ever had

i just received my first order, gorumitulu were really delicious and fresh. Its truly authentic Godavari style Gorumitilu reminds me of my childhood days.