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Why go to the store when you can do your Indian grocery shopping online? When you buy Indian groceries online you’ll save yourself the hassle of having to drive to the store and you can use the money you would have spent on gas for your groceries instead. We’ve got all the must-have items you’d find in a brick-and-mortar store:

  • Ghee
  • Spices
  • Beans
  • Quinoa
  • Grains
  • And More

An Online Indian Grocery Shopping Experience Like Nowhere Else

Finding a vendor with online Indian groceries is no easy task. Finding a reputable vendor you can count on is even harder. Pure Indian Foods is a family owned business that’s been providing people with fresh ingredients and products for more than 124 years.

We opened our online Indian grocery shopping option to our customers in 2008 and since then we’ve become well respected for the products and services we provide online. We set ourselves apart by providing certified organic online Indian groceries that are conducive for a wide variety of dietary needs.

If you’d like to learn more about the Indian groceries we have to offer, or are looking for something specific please give us a call at 1-877-LUV-GHEE (1-877-588-4433).

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Buckwheat, Organic Whole 1 lb. Honey, Organic Wildflower, 16 oz. in glass bottle Indian Basmati Rice, 100% Organic 2 lbs.
Price: $3.99
Price: $5.95
Price: $10.99
Sale Price: $7.99

Don't let buckwheat's name fool you. It's a delicious wheat-free, gluten-free fruit-seed that is used like a cereal grain. Full of healthful vitamins, antioxidants, fiber and minerals, buckwheat can be eaten whole or ground into flour. For greater flavor, toast whole groats in a dry skillet, stirring constantly for 5 minutes, or until browned.

  • Cook and enjoy for breakfast as you would porridge.
  • Add to soups or stews in place of rice, barley or couscous.
  • Grind into flour; combine with wheat, rye or spelt flour, or other gluten free flours such as sorghum and rice, to use for baking or making pancakes and waffles.

This is a delicious, USDA certified organic honey. This honey is darker in color and richer in antioxidants. Enjoy this natural sweetener!

Best quality, long grain Indian Basmati Rice.

Jaggery, Certified Organic, 2.2 lbs. Khichadi, 100% Organic 2 lbs. Kidney Beans, Organic 2 lbs.
Price: $14.95
Sale Price: $11.95
Price: $10.99
Price: $7.50

Got a sweet tooth? We have a traditional & wholesome idea for you. Jaggery, which has been treasured in India for thousands of years, is made by evaporating sugar cane juice. It contains rich molasses and minerals, and is a healthier alternative to sugar, which we all know has nothing but empty calories. Even a small piece of jaggery is deeply satisfying.

Khichadi (also spelled as khichdi, kichadi, kichari, kitchari, or khichari) is a  delicious stew of basmati rice and husked split mung beans. A traditional Ayurveda comfort food.

Also known as red beans, kidney beans get their name from their color and shape, which closely resembles a kidney. Although popular around the world, you’ll find plenty of these high fiber nutritious beans in the cuisine of northern India and Cajun dishes popular in New Orleans and South Louisiana.

  • Add to favorite chili recipe, or any soup or stew.
  • Sprinkle over a green salad, or make a 3-bean salad with kidney, pinto, and white beans. Add lots of chopped, colorful veggies and a favorite salad dressing.
  • Make Louisiana-style Red Beans and Rice, or simmer until tender with favorite spices, herbs and seasonings such as garlic, onion, ginger, turmeric or curry.
Maple Syrup 250 ml, Dark Amber in glass bottle Millet Whole Grain, Organic 1 lb. Mung Beans, Organic Whole 2 lbs.
Price: $15.95
Price: $2.99
Price: $7.99

This 100% pure New England maple syrup has robust, strong maple taste. It is great for yogurt, glazes, hams, or baked beans. It is neither too sweet, nor too strong. Just perfect! Under the old grading system, this would be called Grade B. This is a direct from the farmer, which does not use any herbicides, pesticides or chemicals in the process.

Originating in Africa, millet is popular in Asia and India (where it is known as Bajra) as well. Full of important minerals such as phosphorus and magnesium, it's gluten free, alkaline, and easily digested. It's subtly sweet, delicate flavor make it perfect in main dishes, side dishes, stuffings, casseroles, and grain burgers.

  • Use in place of breadcrumbs to make stuffing for chicken, turkey, winter squash or mushrooms.
  • Make breakfast porridge with millet, nuts, and fruits such as berries, peaches or mango. Add milk or yogurt, and a spoonful of ghee or coconut ghee for flavor and good nutrition.
  • Grind to flour and use in gluten free muffins, quick breads, cookies, and other baked goods.

High in plant protein and fiber, mung beans are popular in Chinese and Indian cuisine. Their delicate, subtly sweet and mild flavor makes them popular in both sweet and savory dishes. In India, they are often cooked with aromatic spices and herbs, vegetables, rice and ghee to create nourishing, delicious and easily digestible meals.

  • Add to soups and stews or use in place of lentils in a recipe.
  • Cook with vegetables, basmati rice or other grain, ghee, spices and any favorite seasoning.
  • Make them into bean burgers or serve over toast.
Mung Daal, Organic Popcorn Kernels, Organic 1 lb. Quinoa, Organic 1 lb.
Price: $9.99
Sale Price: $7.50
Price: $3.99
Sale Price: $2.99
Price: $4.99
dal moong

Dal moong is known by many names, including mung daal, yellow mung daal, and mung dahl. Dal moong is a yellow lentil that has been split and husked. Once de-skinned, the dal moong is yellow in color and has a flat oval shape. It is a very popular ingredient in East Indian cuisine for its versatility, nutritional benefits, and taste.

Popcorn is America's favorite snack and it takes only minutes to make. Making popcorns in the microwave is easy but may not good for you. We provide a simple recipe to make popcorn on stove. Don't forget that ghee makes the best popcorn ever!

Containing all of the essential amino acids, quinoa is considered a complete protein, unlike many other grains. Although small in size, it comes with big benefits, including fiber, minerals, protective phyto (plant) nutrients, B vitamins and Vitamin E, and it is gluten free. It has been cultivated for thousands of years by the Inca Indians high in the Andes Mountains of South America. Quinoa means "mother grain". It's pronounced "KEEN-wah".

  • Saute vegetables and quinoa in ghee or coconut oil. Add stock or water; cook to make delicious quinoa pilaf.
  • Make a bowl of hot cooked quinoa for breakfast. Add a spoonful of ghee, some chopped nuts, dates or raisins, cinnamon, milk or yogurt. To sweeten, add raw honey or pure maple syrup.
  • Make a gorgeous salad with favorite colorful chopped vegetables, cooked quinoa, cooked beans or cubed chicken and a favorite salad dressing.
Salt - Celtic Sea Salt(R) Brand - Light Grey Celtic(R) (1 lb) Sesame Seeds (Hulled), Organic 1 lb. Sesame Seeds (Natural Brown), Organic 1 lb.
Price: $5.99
Price: $4.49
Price: $3.99

Celtic Sea Salt® is Doctor recommended, more nutritious than table salt, quality certified, and tastes exquisite. Use Celtic Sea Salt® for all your cooking and seasoning needs and to enrich the taste of your foods, all while adding vital nutrients to your diet.

Rich in nutritious oil, sesame seeds add nutty, delicate flavor to breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Used abundantly in Asian and Mediterranean cooking, sesame seeds contain important healthy fat, fiber and minerals including calcium and magnesium. Sesame seeds are the main ingredient in tahini and halvah, a deliciously-sweet Middle Eastern treat. Lightly toasting really brings out the flavor!

  • Add to cookies, muffins, cakes, homemade breads and quick breads.
  • Garnish fruit salads, vegetable salads and main dishes.
  • Add to salad dressing, marinades, and stir-fry sauces.

Rich in nutritious oil, sesame seeds add nutty, delicate flavor to breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Used abundantly in Asian and Mediterranean cooking, sesame seeds contain important healthy fat, fiber and minerals including calcium and magnesium. Sesame seeds are the main ingredient in tahini and halvah, a deliciously-sweet Middle Eastern treat. Lightly toasting really brings out the flavor!

  • Add to cookies, muffins, cakes, homemade breads and quick breads.
  • Garnish fruit salads, vegetable salads and main dishes.
  • Add to salad dressing, marinades, and stir-fry sauces.