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Fenugreek leaves are known Methi, and are peculiarly bitter in taste with an Earthy aroma. The fenugreek seeds and leaves are a common ingredient in Central and East Asia. The dried up fenugreek leaves are called Kauri Methi and can be more bitter. Both are used to add a dash of deliciousness in a dish.
Garam Masala Powder$5.99
A Garam Masala powder contains mace, black peppercorns, cinnamon, cloves, brown cardamom, cumin seeds and green cardamom. It is commonly used in dishes across India to enhance their flavors. It is extremely aromatic and full of flavors that dominate Indian dishes.
Nutmeg is a seed that is used as a spice. It is cherished because of its aromatic properties. Because of nutmeg’s rich flavor, it is highly prized in the markets. It can be used in sweet as well as savory dishes. Although it has a rich flavor, it should be used in small amounts, as it can turn the taste bitter.
Sesame Seed White$5.99
Sesame seeds have a rich flavor and are nutty in nature. They provide crunchiness to a dish. They have no particular taste of being salty or spicy or sweet. Mostly used as a garnish on top of breads and buns, it is a widely used ingredient across the Asian continent.
Turmeric powder, known as Haldi powder, is used extensively for its rich yellow color. Not just coloring a food, but it is also used to add a flavor. It is used in savory foods and has a strong aroma. It comes with great medicinal value as well. It is a must-have ingredient in Indian cuisine.
White Pepper Powder$8.00
White pepper powder is made from seeds of the pepper berry. The seeds are dried and then crushed into a powder and hence, have a mild flavor. It has a peppery, spicy taste to it. It is most wildly used in the Chinese cuisine, among other Asian cuisines.
Yellow Mustard Seeds$6.99
Mustard seeds are derived from the mustard plant and have a mild flavor. They are commonly used across all cuisines. Mustard sauce is made by mixing the seeds with water and vinegar. They can be used in foods such as hot dogs, curries, dals, seafood, etc.