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This cold pressed oil is made from black, brown or white mustard seeds. It has a very distinctive pungent taste and often used for cooking. Although it has many other uses as well. Read more here : http://www.stylecraze.com/articles/benefits-of-mustard-oil-for-skin-hair-and-health/
Garam masala translated from it's Hindi meaning is also known as hot spices.It is a blend of ground spices commonly used in North Indian cuisines. Garum or garam masala can be used alone or with other curry powders. It is a spice more for flavour rather than intensity.
The Pantry Mis is a combination of masala, chilli powder and ground spices to bring you a good balance for that perfect curry. The heat combined with flavour gives this mix it's versatile use for any curry. 2-3tsps is good enough for a 400g dish, add more for spicyness, while retaining the flavour. The extra bay leaves gives texture & fresh aromas to...
Whole form of seeds. For those who love their whole spices, roast for a few mins and grind to powder.
Its correct name is SHYAH JEERA instead of Shah Jeera. Shyah means black. So shyah jeera use to be black in colour and having very good fragrance in it. Fragrance use to be different from simple JEERA but its called jeera because its looks like the normal jeera.
The clean, dried, ripe fruit of Foeniculum vulgare Mill. The green or yellowish-tan colored seeds have a pleasant aromatic odor and possess a sweet anise-like taste. The quality characteristics are measured by the volatile oil, total and acid insoluble ash, and moisture.
The seed of Brassica hirta Moench (white mustard), Brassica nigra (L) Koch (black mustrad), Brassica juncea (L.) Coss., or varieties or closely related species of the types of Brassica nigra and B. juncea. Except for Brassica hirta Moench, which contains no appreciable volatile oil, the quality characteristics are measured by the volatile oil, total and...