GOLDEN RAISINS (Kishmish) | HIMALAYAN CHEF
Himalayan Chef Golden Raisins are 100% naturally cultivated in the Fertile Lands of Pakistan. Our product is distinguished by its fresh golden brown color and sweet-to-sour flavor. Our goal is to offer natural and healthy snack options. Raisins are dried grapes that are used globally and provide good components for human health. They include a lot of fiber and phytochemicals like phenolic compounds. We deliver this product following all international measures to ensure maximum safety and exceptional quality.
The Daily Value% of a nutrient in a serving of food reflects how much it contributes to a daily diet. The minimum dietary requirements are 2,000 calories per day.
RECOMMENDED DAILY ALLOWANCE
The American Dietary Guidelines suggest consuming five servings of dry fruits each week and one serving of raisins is equal to 1 ounce (40-50 g Raisins).
Himalayan Chef Golden Raisins may be used to top salads, desserts, and flavored yogurt. It can also be used as a healthy alternative to chocolate chips. It can be used as a sprinkler on cookies, bread, and oatmeal. Raisins can be eaten as a dry fruit or as a snack.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
All products of Himalayan Chef have received high-level International Certifications in their respective categories as the primary qualifying standard for every product is certifications.
THE GOLD EVERYONE SHOULD OWN!
- To begin making the cookie dough, mix the Himalayan Chef White flour, baking soda, Himalayan Chef ground cinnamon, and pink salt. Then whisk in your rolled oats and set aside.
- To begin, combine the softened butter, brown sugar, and granulated sugar in a mixing bowl. Then, add your egg and vanilla essence.
- When the liquid components are thoroughly blended, add the dry ingredients and stir until just incorporated. Then, add your raisins and gently fold them in with a rubber spatula or mix them in on low speed until well mixed.
- Refrigerate the cookie dough for at least 30 minutes after wrapping it in plastic wrap.
- Line a couple of baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats when the dough has cooled. Remove the cookie dough from the refrigerator and roll it into 1.5 tablespoon-sized balls on the baking sheets. Then, carefully push each cookie dough ball down slightly.
- These oatmeal raisin cookies will bake for 10 to 12 minutes. When the edges are gently browned and the tops of your cookies are set, they're done.