The carbohydrate content of bananas

LOLLargepepperFR 001Spices of India now offer Peppered Banana Chips and Masala Banana Chips among its snack range. Bananas are a good inclusion a diabetic diet due to their low GI rating. Produced in India by Howdah, these are suitable for vegetarians, are gluten free and have no artificial flavours or preservatives added. With warm black pepper and earthy cumin to fiery chilli and hot spices, these flavoured banana chips are based on an old Keralan recipe. Eat straight from the pack as a snack, or add a dipping sauce such as hummus or raita. Each 100g bag costs £2.45 and is available from Spices of India, which is listed in Rick Stein’s latest cook book on India as a supplier of spices and ingredients (including the harder-to-find ones that feature in the book and the programme, such as black salt, black cardamoms and jaggery).

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