Knorr helps families make meal times special, nutritious, tasty and healthy.

It is not wrong to say that the category of soups was launched by Knorr in India. The Knorr range of soups is available in a number of tasty & exciting varieties. There is a flavour to literally suit every taste palate; the Classic range of soups with flavours like Thick Tomato, Mixed Vegetable & Chicken Delite, the Chinese range with flavours like Sweet Corn Vegetable, Sweet Corn Chicken & Hot n Sour & the Instant Soups range with flavours like Tomato, Mast Masala & Mixed Vegetable.

Knorr Ready to Cook helps the consumer make her family's favorite dishes at home & helps her get restaurant like taste at home itself. It comes in the Indian Ready to Cook range & Chinese Ready to Cook range.

The Knorr portfolio has now expanded with yet another launch; the launch of the Knorr Soupy Noodles range. Knorr Soupy Noodles, for the first time in India brings together the fun of noodles with the health & goodness of soups. It is loved by the kids & provides mothers a tasty healthy afternoon snacking option for their children. It comes with 100% real vegetables & carries the ‘Healthy Choice' Stamp. It is currently available in four variants: Mast Masala, Tomato Chatpata, Chinese Chow & Yummy Chicken.

Knorr as a brand has always set out to empower homemakers & enable them to make healthy, wholesome & delicious food options. All Knorr products are healthy, completely preservative free & low on sodium & cholesterol content.

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  • Recipe: Sindhi Kadi


    ½ packet of Knorr Dal Makhani.
    ½ cup cluster beans (gavarfali)
    ½ cup potato cut into cubes
    ½ cup carrot cut into cubes
    ½ cup Bhindi
    ½ teaspoon jeera
    ½ teaspoon fenugreek (methi) seeds
    A pinch of hing
    4 tablespoon besan
    2 teaspoon chopped green chillies
    1 teaspoon finely chopped adrak
    4 to 6 kadipatta
    1 to 2 tablespoon tamarind (imli) pulp
    3 tablespoon oil
    Salt to taste

    Boil gavafali, potatoes and carrots in water. Once they are done, drain the water and keep them aside. Heat the oil in a pan and add cumin seed now add some methi seeds to it.
    When the seeds crackle, add a bit of hing. Immediately add ginger, curry leaves and sauté for a minute. Add only half a spoon of methi seeds to avoid the bitter taste. To this, now add besan and sauté for few minutes until it turns golden brown. Add 5 cups of water to it and bring it to boil. Add green chillies, Knorr Dal Makhani and tamarind pulp to it. Add cooked vegetables and salt. Mix it well and let it simmer for a while.
    The Sindhi delicacy is ready. Serve it hot with rice or Pulkhas and enjoy!

    about 15 hours ago

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    Which one would you prefer?

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