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Suhana Spice Blends

These easy to use marinades, are simply Delicious. You truly get the restaurant feel after cooking with these easy to use marinades. The butter chicken is one of my favourites, add a bit more chilli & garlic, leave to marinate for a few hours, cook in butter & cream, FAB!

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Subja (Basil) Seeds

Tukmaria Seeds are also known as Basil or Subja seeds is an Edible Vegetable Seed. They are holy seeds in many Asian countries, due to their exceptional qualities.

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Mustard Oil

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/

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Garam Masala

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.

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Pantry Masala Mix

The Pantry Mix Masala is a combination of 4 different masalas. We just love the heat combined with flavour. It is so versatile and can be used 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 this masala.

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Saigo Seeds

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Sago or saigo is a starch extracted from various tropical palm stems.  Sago is the main staple food for many traditional communities.

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It is also used in making noodles and white bread. Sago can also be ground into a powder and used as a thickener for other dishes. It can be made into steamed puddings such as sago plum pudding. It's also used in vermicelli to thicken it.

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Mustard Seeds

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...

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Yellow Mustard Seeds

You can make your own mustard sauce with these seeds. Soak them in white wine, vinegar or apple cider. Grind to a smooth paste, add tarragon, paprika, turmeric, garlic and whatever other seasonings you would like.

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Subja (Basil) Seeds

Tukmaria Seeds are also known as Basil or Subja seeds is an Edible Vegetable Seed. They are holy seeds in many Asian countries, due to their exceptional qualities.

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Soomph Seeds

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.

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Mixed seeds

Mixed seeds are a combination of Brown mustard seeds, whole jeera(cumin), fenugreek(methi) & split white urud dhal. Often used for veg dishes. I roast about a tsp in onions, when I make any veg dish.

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Shah Jeera

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.

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Jeera Seeds

Also known as Cumin. These seeds are similar to caraway seeds. It's known for it's tangy taste. Roasting these seeds before adding to a curry or salad, brings out the flavours even more. Jeera is used whole or ground.

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Dhania Seeds

This is known as coriander seeds. It is from Coriandrum sativum and part of the Apiaceae family. The seeds are sometimes eaten on it's own, but most times used as a spice in whole or ground form.

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Dill Seeds

Dill seeds are very similar to caraway seeds. They are used to flavour many fish dishes especially good for salmon. Also used in pickles.

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