Mishri (200g)

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  • Our premium mishri is produced without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilisers, ensuring a natural and pure product. 
  • Our organic mishri is a non-genetically modified organism. (non-GMO). 
  • Our mishri is produced with a commitment to environmentally friendly practices. 
  • Mishri is commonly used as a natural remedy for soothing sore throats and coughs.
  • It can help alleviate digestive issues like indigestion and bloating when consumed in moderation.
  • Mishri provides a quick source of energy due to its high sucrose content.
  • It contains antioxidants that help combat oxidative stress and support overall health.
  • Mishri is used as a natural sweetener in various culinary dishes, desserts, and beverages, adding a subtle sweetness and unique flavour profile.
  • Mishri is used in Ayurveda for various purposes, including improving respiratory health, enhancing complexion, and promoting overall well-being.
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Mishri (200g)

Mishri (200g)

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Mishri, also known as sugar candy or rock sugar, has a rich history dating back to ancient times. Originating in Persia, mishri or sugar candy was introduced to India through trade routes, becoming a popular sweetener and medicinal ingredient in Ayurvedic practices. Our mishri or sugar candy is sourced directly from Karnataka.

 An interesting fact about mishri or sugar candy is its traditional use in Indian households as a remedy for sore throat and cough due to its soothing properties. Additionally, mishri or sugar candy is also used as a sweetener in various culinary preparations, including desserts, beverages, and traditional Indian sweets like laddoos and kheer. Despite being a form of sugar, mishri or sugar candy is often considered healthier than refined sugar due to its minimal processing, retaining some trace minerals and nutrients. 

Mishri Benefits:

  • Mishri is commonly used as a natural remedy for soothing sore throats and coughs.

  • It can help alleviate digestive issues like indigestion and bloating when consumed in moderation.

  • Mishri provides a quick source of energy due to its high sucrose content.

  • It contains antioxidants that help combat oxidative stress and support overall health.

  • Mishri consumption in moderation may help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.

  • Some people use mishri as an ingredient in homemade skincare remedies for its potential skin-soothing properties.

  • Mishri is used as a natural sweetener in various culinary dishes, desserts, and beverages, adding a subtle sweetness and unique flavour profile.

  • Mishri is used in Ayurveda for various purposes, including improving respiratory health, enhancing complexion, and promoting overall well-being.

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FAQ's

What is mishri? 

Mishri, also known as rock sugar or khadi sakhar, is a type of crystallised sugar commonly used in Indian cuisine and traditional medicine. It is made by evaporating the water from sugarcane juice and allowing it to crystallise naturally.

How is mishri different from regular sugar? 

Mishri is less processed than regular white sugar and retains more of its natural minerals. It also has a distinctive taste and texture, with larger crystals that dissolve slowly, providing a gradual release of sweetness.

Can mishri be used as a sweetener in beverages? 

Yes, mishri is often used to sweeten hot beverages like tea, coffee, and milk. Its slow-dissolving properties add a unique flavour and sweetness to drinks, enhancing their taste.

What are the health benefits of mishri? Mishri contains trace minerals like calcium, iron, and potassium, which are beneficial for overall health. It is also believed to have cooling properties and is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine to alleviate throat irritation and cough.

Can mishri be used in cooking and baking? 

Yes, mishri can be used in cooking and baking to sweeten dishes like desserts, sweets, and sauces. Its unique flavour adds depth to recipes, and its slow-dissolving nature can create interesting textures in baked goods.

Where can I buy mishri? Mishri is available in most Indian grocery stores, specialty spice shops, and online retailers. It is commonly sold in crystal form and is packaged in various sizes for convenience.

Can mishri be used as a substitute for regular sugar in recipes? 

Yes, mishri can be used as a substitute for regular sugar in most recipes. Keep in mind that it may alter the flavour and texture slightly due to its unique properties, so you may need to adjust the quantities accordingly.

Is mishri suitable for vegan diets? 

Yes, mishri is suitable for vegan diets as it is derived from sugarcane juice and does not contain any animal products. It can be used as a natural sweetener in a wide range of vegan recipes.