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RED CHILY FLAKES


 
Chili powder, like chili flakes, is a mix of different types of dried hot peppers. But whereas the reasonably spicy cayenne pepper is a staple in red pepper flakes, chili powders often use peppers well down the Scoville scale as a base. You might not get the same amount of spice, so prepare to add a few more dashes.

RED CHILY POWDER


 
Red Chilli Powder we are enlisted as one amongst the forefront kashmiri red chilli powder exporters from india. The red chilli powder is widely used for flavoring and coloring of various cuisines and also for some medicinal properties. The number of varieties, colors and aromas of the lal mirch powder has attracted various national as well as international clients to place repeated orders .

RED CHILY CRUSED


 
Crushed chilli is grounded from finest quality of dried whole de-stemmed chillies. It is traditionally used to help improve digestion.Crushed Chillies contain the flesh and seeds of whole chillies without stem. Crushed Chillies are mostly used in day to day cooking activities. Chillies are one of those classic Indian spices that find usage in almost all types of cuisine. It shall also be free from damage by insect infestation and / or fungus contamination.

TURMERIC FINGER


 
The Turmeric Finger when grounded in to fine powder serves as key ingredients in most of the foods and provide it with flavor and color. The turmeric finger is the purest form of turmeric and is used in medicines, food and dyeing processes. The product is sourced from the farmers who grow the crop in natural and organic manner.Turmeric or Curcuma Longa is a member of the ginger family and is a handsome perennial with large lily-like leaves and clusters of flowers in spikes. A robust perennial grows to a height of 1 m ( 3 ft), and turmeric is usually propagated from 'figures' or small sections of rhizomes from the previous year's growth , Turmeric is most often sole dried and ground.

TURMERIC Powder


 
Although typically used in its dried, powdered form, turmeric also is used fresh, like ginger. It has numerous uses in East Asian recipes, such as pickle that contains large chunks of soft turmeric, made from fresh turmeric. Turmeric is used widely as a spice in South Asian and Middle Eastern cooking.

CUMIN SEEDS


 
Although the small cumin seed looks rather unassuming, its nutty peppery flavor packs a punch when it comes to adding a nutty and peppery flavor to chili and other Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes as well playing an important role in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine where it is a key component of curry powder. Both whole and ground cumin are available year-round.

CUMIN Powder


 
Cumin is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native from the east Mediterranean to South Asia. Its seeds are used in the cuisines of many different cultures, in both whole and ground.

FENNEL SEEDS


 
Fennel is native to Southern Europe and grown extensively all over Europe, Middle-East, China, India, and Turkey. This herbaceous plant reaches up to 2 meters (about 6 feet) in height with deep green feathery (lacy) leaves and bears golden-yellow flowers in umbels. In general, fennel seeds harvested when their seed heads turn light-brown. The seeds, which closely resemble that of anise seeds in appearance, feature oblong or curved (comma) shape, about 3-4 mm long, light brown with fine vertical stripes over their surface.

FENNEL POWDER


 
Fennel powder has been used to treat health conditions and traditionally symbolizes longevity, courage, and strength. Lately, the composition of this spice powder has revealed presence of abundant health benefiting nutrients essential compounds, anti-oxidants, dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins (A, E, C, and B-complex) in it. It is rich in dietary fibre and minerals like copper, iron, calcium, potassium, manganese, selenium, zinc,andmagnesium.

FENUGREEK SEEDS


 
Fenugreek is an annual plant in the family Fabaceae, with leaves consisting of three small obovate to oblong leaflets. It is cultivated worldwide as a semiarid crop. Its seeds and its leaves are common ingredients in dishes from South Asia.

FENUGREEK Powder


 
Fenugreek seeds derive from the Fenugreek plant, a herb, similar to clover, that is native to the Mediterranean region, the Middle East, Southern Europe, and Western Asia. The plant grows to about one to two feet in height with light green trifoliate (three part) leaves and white flowers. The seeds come from a long and slender bean pod, each pod has around 20 seeds. The seeds, which look more like stones, have a bitter, maple taste when eaten raw but roasting them lessens the bitterness. Alternative names for the seeds include bird's foot and Greek hay seed. The seeds can be consumed as is, but are also ground into powders, put into capsules, and made into tea.

SESAME SEEDS


 
Sesame plant requires well-drained sandy soil and tropical environment to flourish. It grows about 5 feet in height and bears plenty of pink-white foxglove-like flowers. The pods appear soon containing white, brown, or black seeds depending upon the cultivar type, arranged in vertical rows inside thin sacs. Each pod (2-5 cm in length) is a long rectangular box like a capsule with deep grooves on its sides. Each pod (1 to 2 inches in length) may contain up to 100 or more seeds. Sesame seeds are small, almost oblate in shape. Toasted sesame features pleasant, nutty flavor.

CORIANDER SEEDS


 
Coriander is native to South-Eastern Europe and grown extensively all over the Europe, Middle East, China, India, and Turkey. It is recognized as cilantro in the west. This herbaceous plant grows up to 2 feet in height with branching stems, featuring deep-green soft, hairless bi-lobe or tri-lobed leaves. The mature plant bears small light pink color flowers that subsequently turn into globular or oval-shaped fruits (seeds). The seeds measure about 4-6 mm in diameter with a central hollow cavity containing two vertical vittae containing some important essential oils.

DILL SEEDS


 
The Vikings cultivated a plant they called "dilla," or "soothing," as a remedy for colic in babies. The easy-to-grow dill weed has become an essential ingredient in cuisines around the world. "Dill seed" actually isn't seed but the flat, oval, dark brown whole fruits of the herb. The term "dill weed" refers to the green leaves (and sometimes stems) of the plant. Dill seed and dill weed have different chemical compositions, different uses in cooking, and different applications in herbal healing.
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