Carom Seeds (Ajwain)

Carom Seeds (Ajwain)

Carom Seeds, Bishop's Weed or Ajwain is used as tadka in many Indian cuisines.

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Carom seeds (Ajwain) Is often used in many Indian cuisine as tadka. It is supposed to be digestive aid and used in hard to digest recipes like pakoda, bhaji etc.

  • Ajwain seed is popular spice for southern Indian style cooking
  • Used in Asian cooking, breads, biscuits, savoury pastries and in bean dishes
  • Closely resembles the lovage seed
  • Used in cooking to add colour and flavour

This spice is popular in southern Indian style cooking. It has a flavor reminiscent of thyme; a similarity due to the presence of the essential oil thymol in both. These seeds are used in Asian cooking, breads, biscuits, savory pastries, and in bean dishes. This spice closely resembles the Lovage seed.

Ingredients

  • Ajwain Seeds

Country of Origin: India

Weight: Pack of 8 - 100g each

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