Apricots belonging to the Prune family are a rich source of vitamins and minerals as well as dietary fibre.
The fruit it is believed, came to India from Central Asia via the historic Silk Route and lost no time in endearing themselves to the people here. It’s called khubani in Hindi and many other Indian languages and is relished from trans-Himalayan Ladakh to Hyderabad in the Deccan where khubani ka meetha is a signature dessert. Khubani is enjoyed both as fresh and dried fruit.
Choicest, handpicked apricots are used to make the jam and time tested traditional home recipe is followed to ensure that natural taste and goodness of the fruit remains unalloyed without adding any artificial flavor or coloring agent.
Plums, alu bukhara or alucha in Hindi and many other Indian languages, belongs to the family of Prune family and are believed to have originated in Central Asia. The juicy and succulent fruit combines sweet and sour taste with an almost irresistible eye appeal.
It is considered a rich source of vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. The dark, rich color of plums makes them an ideal ingredient for jams and jellies.
Only unblemished, hand picked plums are used to prepare this jam following time tested home recipe to ensure that natural taste and goodness of the fruit remains unalloyed without adding any artificial flavors, preservatives or colors.