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ajowan seeds : tiny , light-brown spice seeds closely related to caraway and cumin with a very strong , thyme and oregano flavour . Ajowan , Carum ajowan is used in many North Indian savoury dishes , especially in fried snacks . Ajowan aids digestion and
amchoor : a tan coloured powder made from grinding small sun-dried green mangoes . Amchoor is used in North Indian dishes to give a slightly sour , pungent taste . It is a predominant flavour in the spice blend called chat masala and is available at all I
black salt : a reddish-gray variety of salt with a distinct hard-boiled egg-yolk flavour . Black salt or kala namak , as it is known in Indian cuisine , is a major ingredient in the spice blend chat masala . Sprinkle black salt in Scrambled Curd . It is a
cardamom : the aromatic seeds of the fruit of the tropical plant Elettaria cardamomum , a member of the ginger family which grows in the moist tropical regions of South India and Śrī Lanka . Cardamom is the world's third most costly spice , topped only by
chat masala : a traditional companion to freshly-cut fruit in Indian cuisine . This lightbrown spice blend contains a number of ingredients , notably black salt , mango powder , and asafoetida . Sprinkled on fruit with a few drops of fresh lime juice , it
coriander seeds : the seeds of the annual herb Coriandrum sativum . Coriander seeds are a favourite flavouring spice in Indian , Cypriot , and some Latin American (especially Peruvian) cuisines . They are almost round , brown to yellowish-red , with a war
fenugreek : an erect annual herb of the bean family indigenous to western Asia and southeastem Europe . Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum - graecum) is cultivated for its seeds , which , although legumes , are used as a spice . The seeds are small hard , yello
panch puran : see: Five spice
rasam powder : a South Indian spice blend used to flavour the famous rasam , a chili-hot soup dish made from toovar (arhar) dal lentils . Ingredients vary . The home-made rasam powder recipe contains mustard seeds , coriander seeds , dried hot red chilies
rasikA : an emotional wife ( comp . ) ; the juice of sugar-cane , molasses ; curds with sugar and spice ; chyle ; the tongue ; a woman's girdle ( %{ razanA } ).
sambar powder : a zesty South Indian spice combination always added to the famous hot-and-sour dal dish called Sambar . Varieties of sambar powder are available , each with different combinations of ingredients . Varieties might contain ground , roasted r
उपस्करः upaskaraH spice

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