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Ajwain Seeds (Carom Seeds)

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Ingredients

Ajwain seeds. Produce of India
Wheat-free • Does not naturally contain gluten • Vegetarian, Vegan • Dairy-free.

Description

Ajwain seeds (Carom Seeds) are commonly used in Indian cuisine, it is mostly used within vegetable dishes such as vegetable and potato curries. Ajwain seeds originate from the same family as coriander, cumin and fennel. This spice has a strong flavour similar to caraway and is used in small quantities in recipes.
  • Used in Indian cuisine.
  • Best used in vegetarian dishes such as potato curies.
  • Flavour similar to a cross between caraway seeds and thyme.
  • Usually partnered with cumin.
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How to Use

Add this spice to vegetable dishes as well as within flat bread recipes.

Cooking Tip

Ajwain seeds can be used to make Tadka, heat oil and then add ajwain seeds, mustard seeds and cumin seeds and deep fry. Once ready drizzle over the chosen dish.

Health Benefits

Ajwain seeds help increase digestive function, as well as having anti bacterial and antifungal properties. The spice is also thought to have local anaesthetic properties.

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