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Chickpea flour, also known as gram, besan, or garbanzo bean flour, has been a staple in Indian cooking for centuries. Chickpeas are versatile legumes with a mild, nutty taste, and chickpea flour is typically made from a variety called Bengal grams.
Extra Hot Chilli Powder is ground from the finest and most pungent red chillies. It has a hot flavour, enhancing other ingredients and the dish as a whole. As hot food is an acquired taste, Hot Chilli Powder may be used sparingly.
Cornmeal is a meal (coarse flour) ground from dried corn. It is a common staple food, and is ground to coarse, medium, and fine consistencies, but not as fine as wheat flour can be. In Mexico, very finely ground cornmeal is referred to as corn flour.
TRS Dalchini (Cinnamon Sticks) is nothing but the inner bark of the cinnamon tree. The aromatic cinnamon sticks are not only used for desserts, but are also a popular ingredient for savory dishes in Indian cuisine. The chopped sticks are added to the food
Jeera is a strong spice, mostly used as whole in tadka. People use Catch Cumin(Jeera) Seed to add additional taste to their food. Catch Cumin(Jeera) Seed is another staple Indian spice. It offers a sturdy, exclusive and soothing aroma.
Carom seeds are the seeds of the ajwain herb, or Trachyspermum ammi. ... Although referred to as “seeds,” carom seeds are the fruit of the ajwain herb. They're slightly green to brown in color and have a pungent, bitter taste. They look similar to cumin s
It is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids. People have long used mustard oil in cooking and alternative medicine. It is common in Asian, notably Indian, cuisines. The oil's strong taste comes from a compound that is also present in horseradish and wasabi.
The black peppercorns are harvested when the fruit is half ripe. It is then dried in the sun, after which it shrivels up and changes its green colour to charcoal. The white peppers are formed when the berries turn ripe and are harvested, shelled, and drie
Moong dal is the split version of whole mung beans also known as green gram, either with or without skin. The skinned version is known as yellow moong dal, yellow dal or yellow petite lentils. Split version with the skin is known as chilka moong dal, chil
Fennel seeds are the dried seed of the fennel herb, and look like cumin seeds, only greener. They have an aniseed flavour and a warm, sweet aroma. They can be used on their own or in spice mixes such as Chinese five-spice powder and Indian panch phoran.
TRS Brown Mustard Seed consists of small round seeds of the mustard plant which have a hot and nutty flavor. During the milling process the strong flavor of the seeds is fully developed. Mustard is ideal for seasoning all kinds of dishes.
White Chick Peas belong to the Indian elementary foods and are very popular because of their mildly nutty taste. ... Chickpeas are creamy-white, protein-rich legumes used in Indian and international cuisine. They are also known as Chana, Chole, or Kabuli
TRS Ginger Garlic paste is an authentic paste made from the combination of the world's finest garlic bulbs and ginger roots. TRS Minced Pastes are a delicious and authentic way to enhance your cooking.
Split urad dal retains the skin and also has a strong flavour. Skinned and split urad dal is creamy white and somewhat bland. When boiled, the dal has an unusual mucilaginous texture. Tempered aromatically, it can be used as an accompaniment to rotis and
Black lentil is also known as 'Urid' or 'Urad' beans and is a black lentil called Matpe beans. Popular ingredient in Indian food, these are also available split as 'Urad Dal Chilka' and split & skinned as 'Urad Dal
Tapioca balls are edible translucent spheres produced from tapioca, a starch extracted from the cassava root. They originated as a cheaper alternative to pearl sago in Southeast Asian cuisine. ... Various forms of tapioca balls include black, flavored, po
Garlic powder is made from garlic cloves that have been dehydrated and ground into fine particles. The flavor is garlicky but vastly different than fresh-chopped garlic. It tastes sweeter and much less assertive than fresh garlic, but also without the car
Semolina is the coarse, purified wheat middlings (intermediate milling stage) of durum wheat mainly used in making couscous, pasta, and sweet puddings. The term semolina is also used to designate coarse middlings from other varieties of wheat, and sometim
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