Nirapara ‘s wide array of traditional Kerala rice products stay true to Kerala's unique flavour while proving to be nothing short of a delectable feast for your taste buds. With supreme taste and a richness that melts in your mouth, Nirapara's scrumptious rice products have been making daily breakfast a lingering experience both, in taste and togetherness for families all over Kerala. Nirapara realises the significance of this seemingly simple meal in bringing a family together. Its wide array of traditional Kerala rice products stay true to Kerala's unique flavour while proving to be nothing short

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Fish Masala

A fine blend of spices like Chilli, Coriander, Tamarind, Cumin and Garlic, among many more, Fish Curry Masala has a great taste, colour and adds a texture to your fish curry. The blend uses pure spices in accurate measurements that it brings out the best in your favorite fish and makes it ready to eat in no time.

Beef Ularthu Masala

This is a delicious dish and a favorite in the South Indian states of Kerala. Beef ularthiyathu and Parotta (a flat bread made of all-purpose flour) is a popular combination in Kerala. This is a real delight for beef eaters. Basically, you cut the beef into small cubes and fry it in the spicy ingredients.

Vegetable Masala

Nirapara Vegetable Masala- is finely blended, so you can enjoy the spicy flavours of this vegetable curry.

Fish Fry Masala

Nirapara Fish Fry Masala- the freshly ground special masala which gives the authentic taste to fish fry. Make enough, as this is sure to disappear.

Iyengar Sambar Powder

Sit back and savour the taste of home-made Iyengar sambar, All with Nirapara Foods' signature recipe, made the authentic Hindu Brahmins way. Garnish it with finely chopped coriander leaves and enjoy it with Rice, Dosa or Idli.


Mustard seeds or mustard powder can be used as a condiment in a variety of dishes. They are important spices in many regional foods. Mustard seeds are an excellent source of selenium and a very good source of manganese.It have a lot of antibacterial and antiseptic qualities. They are also a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, phosphorus, and tryptophan.


In the culinary arts, Cumin is a spice made from the dried seed of a plant known as Cuminum cyminum A member of the parsley family. Although the small cumin seed looks rather unassuming, it packs a punch when it comes to flavor, which can be described as penetrating and peppery with slight citrus overtones. Cumin seeds are used as a spice for their distinctive flavor and aroma. Cumin commonly used in the north flavoring dals and vegetables. It is globally popular and an essential flavoring in many cuisines, particularly South Asian, Northern African and Latin American cuisines. Although cumin seeds contain a relatively large percentage of Iron, extremely large quantities of cumin would need to be consumed for it to serve as a significant dietary source.

Crushed Chilly

Nirapara Crushed Chilly are just broken up chili peppers which contain flesh and seeds of whole chillies; which gives a fiery punch to the dish and can really spice up your meal.

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