Natureland Organics Groundnut Oil Review – Fresh & Aromatic
From preparing quick snacks to elaborate meals, we used Natureland Organics Groundnut Oil over several days, and here’s what we think.
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Today’s post is about Natureland Organics Groundnut oil. How is it extracted, what are the ingredients, the aroma, flavors, and more on our experience is discussed in Mishry’s Natureland Organics Groundnut Oil review.
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|Natureland Organics Groundnut Oil||Product Parameters|
|Net Quantity||1 L|
|Buy Now||On Amazon|
|Shelf Life||Nine months|
Our Review Factors
Here’s what we set out to find-
Our parameters and why exactly we chose this set are explained in this section for our Natureland Organics Groundnut oil review.
1. Nutritional Quotient
Following are the sub-parameters-
a. Organic Certifications – Does the brand mention its certifications? How many does it have and which certifications are these?
b. Ingredient List – In addition to groundnuts, what else does the brand add to their organic oil?
c. Extraction Method – Have the peanuts been mechanically pressed, cold-pressed, or wood-pressed for the extraction of oil?
Does the brand shed light on this? How clear and informative is the label?
Fresh and nutty or industrial? Or even worse, rancid?
If peanuts are roasted, the flavors are comparatively intense as compared to raw peanuts. What did our review conclude? Fats tend to lend a lot of flavor in the dish you add them to. When heated for cooking, does the peanut oil leave a strong flavor or do the dishes taste neutral.
a. Consistency – Does this oil feel dense and thick, or is it lighter and flowy?
b. Clarity – Did we observe some floating bits or residue? Or was the oil clear and free of particles?
5. Other Parameters
a. Price – A 1-L bottle is priced at Rs 375/-. Priced competitively?
b. Packaging – This oil comes in a sturdy plastic bottle. This packaging is BRC certified.
c. Shelf Life – Natureland Organics Groundnut oil has a shelf life of nine months.
Natureland Organics Groundnut Oil – Detailed Review
How We Tested
We used the ground nut oil for preparing the following sides and mains –
- Sabudana khichdi
- Besan cheela
- Methi sabzi
- Dal tempering
- Deep frying paneer cubes
- Mutter paneer
Our Findings and Experience
First things first, Natureland Organics Groundnut oil is certified organic by SGS Organic, USDA Organic, Jaivik Bharat, and India Organic. The only ingredient that goes in the making is organic groundnut seeds that are cold-pressed to extract the oil. The oil does not have any impurities or any foggy or cloudy appearance. It looks clear.
The aroma is intense but inviting. The taste is fresh, nutty, and has a natural sweetness. Unless you’re consuming this raw (for chutneys etc), the flavor of peanuts cannot be detected in any cooked dish.
This organic groundnut oil feels quite light on the palate and stomach.
- The brand lists its certifications.
- This is made by cold-pressing organic groundnut seeds.
- The flavor and aroma are fresh and nutty.
- This oil feels light.
- This is a premiumly priced oil, and the packaging could have been better.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on Natureland Organics groundnut oil
This groundnut oil is cold-pressed.
Yes. Though we did not prepare any non-vegetarian dishes during our review, you can make prawns/fish curries as the natural nutty flavor enhances the overall taste.
Yes, this organic groundnut oil is free of argemone.
No, this oil is cold-pressed.
Yes, it has been certified organic by SGS Organic, USDA Organic, Jaivik Bharat, and India Organic.
So what’s our final verdict?
Natureland Organics Groundnut Oil is one of the commendable premium-quality oils available in the market. We appreciate the crisp and clear information the brand provides, be it the production process or the ingredients.
Moreover, the natural nutty aroma and flavor had us. The packaging could have been better.
Cold-pressed or wood-pressed oil, what’s your pick?