<p>Round Jaggery / Urundai Vellam</p>
Sathva premium quality round jaggery has a rich and complex flavor profile, a distinctive aroma, and a smooth texture. The highest quality sugarcane juice is extracted using traditional methods and filtered to remove impurities.
The juice is boiled with constant stirring to prevent scorching and achieve even caramelization. To ensure the highest quality, the syrup is then strained through a fine mesh to remove any remaining impurities.
The entire process requires expertise, experience, and patience to produce premium quality jaggery that can be enjoyed by people who appreciate the taste of traditional and natural sweeteners.
Jaggery can be used in many ways to add natural sweetness and depth of flavor to dishes. Here are ways how you can use jaggery in your cooking!
Make a flavorful marinade for meat or vegetables by mixing grated jaggery with spices, vinegar, and oil. Jaggery can be used as a base for sauces like barbecue sauce or chutney, for a natural and unique flavor. A small piece of jaggery can be added to stews or curries to balance the flavors and add sweetness.
Grated jaggery can be used to sweeten desserts like rice pudding, for a unique and delicious twist. Add a small piece of jaggery to tea or coffee for a natural sweetener and a hint of caramel flavor!
In place of white sugar in baked goods like cakes, cookies, and bread, for a healthier and more flavorful option. Add grated jaggery to smoothies for natural and delicious sweetness.
Jaggery is rich in iron, magnesium, and potassium, among other nutrients, making it a healthier alternative to white sugar. The minerals and antioxidants in jaggery boost immunity to fight off infections and cleanse the liver and detoxify the body.
Jaggery can aid in digestion and help prevent constipation due to its fiber content. Jaggery is a natural source of energy and can provide a sustained release of energy throughout the day. Jaggery is scientifically proven to be an effective remedy for people with respiratory problems like asthma, bronchitis, and cough.