The Garlic, Lime and Bhoot Dip
A creamy and delicious dip, made to give a rich lemon and garlicky flavour to anything and everything you eat.
Net Weight - 200 gm
Proudly Made in India
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Available only in Mumbai
Keep this product refrigerated
Our Naagin x Wonder Foods & Farms collaboration, painstakingly made with freshly peeled garlic, lemon juice and hints of flavour from our fan-favourite Smoky Bhoot hot sauce - tons of flavour but without the heat!
The Garlic, Lime & Bhoot dip is smooth sailing to pair with your favourite rolls, sandwiches, breadsticks and more. It starts with the distinctive aroma of garlic, and as the flavour moves to the back of your tongue, the hints of lime tickle your taste buds come alive at the tip so you get tingly, citrus flavours with a very subtle kick of heat at the end.
Enjoy It With
- Home Snacks - Potato Bites, Rolls, Samosas, Chicken/Veg Nuggets
- Fast Food - Fries, Burritos, Wings
- Indian - Aloo Tikki, Kebabs, Pakodas
- Italian - Sausage Rolls, Calzone, Prosciutto
- Continental - Grilled-Fried-Roast Meats, Stir-fry Vegetables, Salads
- Home Snacks - Toasties, Rolls, Bakery Breads
- Fast Food - Burgers, Burritos, Subs
- Italian - Garlic Bread, Crostini, Bruschetta,
- Continental - Sandwiches, Canapes, Wraps, Falafel
WHAT WE BELIEVE IN
Premium Indian Chillies
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No. The Pumpkin spice does not have chillies in it, so you will not taste any capsaicin based heat in this spice mix. However, it has a blend of other spices like clove, ginger and allspice which will serve to give the Pumpkin Spice a warm and tingly feeling. But it's definitely not hot!
No, pumpkin spice does not contain any pumpkin. It is a simple yet complex blend of some of the most widely loved spices in India - cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, clove, star anise and allspice. Our Pumpkin spice is also sugar-free and has no added cream, butter or other fatty substances.
Pumpkin spice got its name because it was initially used as an extra added flavour in pumpkin-flavoured cakes and pies. So the spice makers back in 1950s and 1960s started producing it as "pumpkin pie spice" and "pumpkin spice" to spare consumers the work of making this spice mix by themselves. But over time it's become a popular mix in a variety of recipes, many of which don't really contain pumpkin.