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  • Ajwain

    Ajwain/Ajavain or Carom Seeds:-
    Ajwain, Ajowan caraway also known as bishop's weed, thymol seeds or carom seeds, is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. It originated in Indi...

  • Apple Cider Vinegar (Sirka)

    You got to be kidding if you tell me you haven’t heard of apple cider vinegar before. Most of us may not have used it. But we would have definitely heard of it (and its wonderful proper...

  • Badi Elaichi

    Black cardamom (Badi Elaichi) is a spice, herb with strong aromatic fragrances. It is widely used in cooking for its unique taste and powerful flavor. The largest producer of the black ca...

  • badyan phool

    Star Anise is indigenous to South Eastern China. Commercial production is limited to China and Vietnam. In India, it is produced to a small extent in Arunachal Pradesh. The crop requires ...

  • Bay Leaves (Tej Patta)

    Bay leaf, most commonly known as “Tejpatta” in Hindi, ‘Masala Aku‘ in Telugu, ‘Birinji Ilai‘ in Tamil, ‘Karuvaela‘ in Malayalam, ‘Paththa‘ in Kannada, ‘Tej Patha‘ ...

  • Black Mustard – Rai

    How to store:-
    Always store mustard seeds in a cool place.
    Store it in an air-tight container so that it is sealed properly.
    The container must be completely...

  • Black Pepper (Kali Mirch)

    Kali mirch or Black pepper:- 
    Black pepper (Piper nigrum, Kali mirch) is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a s...

  • Cinnamon Powder

    Many of cinnamon’s fantastic properties come from one substance, something called cinnamaldehyde, which is naturally present in cinnamon. According to Parikh, cinnamaldehyde is the sour...

  • Clove (Lavang)

    Cloves or Laung are the immature unopened flower buds of a tropical tree. Their flavour can be termed as sweetly pungent, astringent and strongly aromatic. Moreover, this ancient culinary...