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Mustard oil is an essential oil derived from grinding mustard seed, mixing the grounds with water, and extracting the volatile oil by distillation. Mustard oil is used as cooking oil in many cultures.
Roasted Daria Split, is obtained by roasting chana dal. It gives chickpeas a wonderfully rich and nutty taste. Roasted chana dal is tiny, tough, creamy-white with a little aroma or taste and should be crispy.
risp and very delicious snack, this Madras Plain Papad is used both as starters and side dish to add that extra pinch of taste and flavour to the meal. ... An appropriate mixture of udad dal, rice flour, salt, these papads are crunchy and delicious enough
Coriander is one of the oldest of herbs and spices. The fruit of the coriander plant contains two seeds which, when dried, are the portions used as the dried spice. When ripe, the seeds are yellowish-brown or tan in colour with longitudinal ridges. Corian
Kesar mango is often referred to as the queen of mangoes because of its unique taste and its rich smooth pulp. This fruit is a little smaller than the Alphonso and is characterized by its golden color and green overtones. They are widely grown in the Guja
This Urid (Urad) Dal is whole and without its black husk. It is creamy white in colour and has a distinct, delicious earthy flavour and aroma. It needs to be soaked for a few hours before use. This ensures that it cooks faste
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.
It contains seeds. This tangy ingredient tastes sweet and sour and adds zest to every dish. These blocks of tamarind pulp are the tamarind fruit pods stripped of the outer husk and compressed tightly together.
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