Indian Grocery Items List PDF 2021

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The quantities of groceries in the list are sufficient for 3-4 people so in case you are planning for less or more people you can adjust the quantities. In the master grocery checklist, no quantities are mentioned you can write as per your requirements depending upon a number of family members.

In this post, I am sharing with you my Indian grocery shopping list with detailed checklists. There is a downloadable grocery checklist that is customizable at the end of this post. This includes the pantry essentials that I use for the North Indian style of cooking and forms a basis for most of the Indian cuisines.  In case you are living abroad, most of these will be available in an Indian grocery store near you.

Rice

  • 2Kg – long grain basmati rice
  • 1kg Biryani Rice
  • 1kg Raw rice
  • 1/2kg Gobindo blog rice
  • 1 kg short grain Sona masuri rice.
  • 1/2kg Jasmin rice (if you love asian cuisine )
  • 1/2kg red Matta rice
  • 1kg Idli rice

Flour/Atta 

  • Wheat flour/chakki aata 5 kilos (per month)
  • Besan/chickpeas flour 1 kg (Every month)
  • Moong dal flour 500grams (every month)
  • Ragi flour -1kg (every 2nd month)
  • Maida – 500grams (every 2nd month)
  • Semolina (sooji) – 500grams
  • Millet flour (Bajra) – 500grams (every 2nd month)
  • Maize flour/makki aata 500grams (every 2nd month)

Dal/Lentils & Legumes 

  • Split region peas Dal (Toor Dal/ arhar dal) – 500grams
  • Bengal gram dal (chana dal): 500 grams
  • Green Gram Dal (Mung Dal):500 grams
  • Yellow moong dal (dhuli moong) 500grams
  • Whole Black gram dal (urad dal) 500grams
  • Chickpeas/garbanzo beans (Kabuli chana)  500grams
  • Kidney beans (Rajma) 500grams
  • Brown chickpeas  (kala Chana)500grams
  • Lobia 500grams
  • Whole Pink lentils ( sabut masoor daal) 500grams
  • split Moong  dal (moong chilka)- 500grams (every 2nd month)
  • split Urad dal (Urad chilka)- 500grams (every 2nd month)

Coffee + TEA and Sugar

  • Coffee-  250grams (Buy my 6 month’s supply mostly from travel abroad as we mostly consume speciality coffee one per day on average)
  • Sugar – None
  • Jaggery: 250gms
  • Milk Powder/dairy whitener (for emergency)
  • Or Tetra Pack long life milk  (for emergency)
  • Assam Tea leaves – 250 grams
  • Green tea – 1 pack

Spices ( I stock only once every 3 months)

  • Coriander seeds (dhania): 200grams
  • Mustard seeds: 200 grams
  • Fenugreek Seeds: 100 grams
  • Peppercorns 100 grams
  • Cumin Seeds: 250 grams
  • Red Chillies powder – 250grams
  • Kashmiri red chilli – 200 grams
  • Tamarind: 250 grams
  • salt: 2 kilos
  • asafoetida: small pack (every 6 month)
  • sesame seeds  300 grams
  • Turmeric Powder: 250 grams
  • Baking soda: 50 grams
  • Cardamom: 200 grams (Every year from Dubai trip, store in fridge)
  • Cinnamon – 100grams per month (I drink cinnamon tea every morning)
  • Carom seeds
  • Dry ginger
  • Black pepper corns
  • ground black pepper
  • Cloves
  • bay leaves
  • Whole dried red chilli
  • Nutmeg
  • Vinegar

Pasta, Noodles, Breakfast and Snack

  • Pasta – 750 grams- 1kg per month ( other than fresh pasta (Gnocchi) I buy mostly from my trip abroad  and store it in freezer
  • Vermicelli – 250grams
  • Flattened Rice (Poha) – 500 Grams
  • Noodles – 400 grams (one or two varieties)
  • Quinoa – 1kg
  • Soya chunks – 250grams

Milk / Non-Dairy milk

  • Organic cow milk 15 litre in 30 days (Every alternative day)
  • 2 litre – Almond milk (homemade)
  • 1 litre – oats milk
  • 1 litre soya milk (homemade)
  • 1 litre coconut milk  (tinned)
  • 200ml milk cream
  • 200 grams paneer (per week)
  • Any two variety of cheese

Sauces / Masala /Paste

  • Tomato paste – 1 tin (250 grams)
  • Tomato puree – 250 grams pack
  • Mayonnaise 100 grams (I use homemade )
  • Pasta sauce – 1000 grams (I use homemade once a month and freeze it)
  • Tomato ketchup – 250 grams ( every alternate month)
  • Soy sauce – 250 ml ( every alternate month)
  • Chilli sauce – ( every alternate month)
  • Imli sauce ( every alternate month)
  • Thai green curry paste
  • Nutella – every 3rd month

OIL/ FATS

  • Ghee: 2 kg per month ( though it comes from our village in bulk)
  • Cold pressed Peanut oil – I litre
  • Cold pressed mustard oil – I litre
  • Rice bran oil for deep frying -I litre
  • Butter -200 Grams

Frozen Food

  • Frozen peas
  • Frozen corn
  • Frozen paratha
  • Mixed vegetables

Cleaning Supplies

  • Dish washing soap – 1 litre
  • Washing Machine Detergent – 1 litre
  • Drier sheets
  • Dish washing tablets – 10 per month ( one pack lasts me for 3 months)
  • Flour cleaner
  • Glass cleaner
  • toilet cleaners
  • Room fresher ( I use homemade make it with pure oils)
  • Aroma oil – one small bottle
  • Garbage bags
  • Dis-infectent
  • Sponges scrubs and foam
  • Toilet paper roll

Toiletries / personal hygiene

  • Shampoo
  • Conditioner
  • Soap
  • Toothpaste
  • Dental Floss
  • Mouth wash
  • shaving cream
  • Rajor, tooth brush, combs,
  • ear buds, sanitary napkins, cotton wools, pads for make up remover
  • Moisturiser
  • Hand lotion
  • Body lotion
  • Loofah
  • Frozen snacks

Disposables

  • Tissue paper
  • paper plates
  • Aluminium foil
  • cling wraps
  • Ziplock bag
  • Toothpicks

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