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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
camphor : a pure white crystalline powder derived from steam of the camphor tree , Cinnamomum camphera , which in China and India . It is used in tiny amounts to flavour at some Indian grocers and pharmacies . Indian milk sweets and puddings . It is avail
carob : the edible beans of the carob tree , a legume belonging to the locust family . The beans grown on this tall evergreen tree are dried , ground into powder , and used as one would use Carob cocoa . Carob powder is rich in protein and is delicious in
cayenne pepper : the orange-red to deep-red powder derived from small , sun-dried , pungent red chili peppers (Capsicum frutescens). This bitingly hot condiment should be used with restraint , for a small amount will add considerable zest and flavour to d
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
chuurNamh : fine powder
dhaanaaq4 : corn , grain ( originally the grains of seed from their being ` laid ' into and ` conceived ' by the earth 1 . { dhA } , but usually : fried barley or rice or any grain fried and reduced to powder ) ; coriander ; bud , shoot
fine powder : chuurNamh
five-spice : two varieties of five-spice are prominent in the world of vegetarian cuisine : Chinese five-spice powder and Indian panch puran , a blend of five whole spices . Chinese five-spice powder is a combination of five dried , ground spices , genera
gulabjamun : a sweet ball made from milk powder , fried in ghee , and soaked in sugar syrup .
Holī : a major Hindu holiday celebrated on the last day of the bright fortnight of the month of Phalgun (February-March). This festival is said to be one of Kṛṣṇa’s favorates . The most popular activity is ther throwing of colored water and powder by part
Kumkum : “Red-red .” Red-colored powder used for making a ritual mark between the eyebrows .
kumkuma : vermilion powder applied to the forehead
kuṅkuma : A red cosmetic powder .
kuṅkuma : a sweetly-flavored reddish cosmetic powder which is thrown on the bodies of worshipable persons , also used by married women to decorate their foreheads .

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