Organic Spices

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Fennel Whole

Popularly known as Saunf, Fennel seeds have a slightly-sweet taste is green in color. It adds a refreshing touch when added to any dish. They offer a crunchy pop and liven the taste of any kind of food. It is usually as a condiment in tea, food, and as a mouth freshener.

Fenugreek Leaves

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.

Fenugreek Seed

Known as Methi dana, Fenugreek seeds are commonly used in making curry powders and garam masala powder. It has a peculiar bitter taste to it. When used in a tadka, it enhances the taste of curries, dals and rice.

Garam Masala Powder

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.

Ginger Powder

Ginger powder is made by crushing dried up ginger. It has a sharp taste and smell. It has a pungent and fiery flavor. Ginger powder can taste spicy and sweet at the same time. This powder is usually used in making curries or for marinating food.

Green Cardamom

Green Cardamom, commonly known as Elaichi, has a rich aroma and a unique taste. It is a common ingredient used in Indian dishes. It is used as a whole, just pods or crushed into a powder. It can be used in a variety of dishes from entrees to desserts.

Nutmeg Whole

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.

Red Chilli Whole Stemless

Red Chilli adds a zing to a dish. It has a hot and spicy flavor which comes from its seeds. It is one of the most essential part of the Indian cuisine.

Sesame Seed White

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.

Sesame Seeds Brown

Brown Sesame Seeds have a nutty and slightly sweet flavor, which is enhanced by toasting. They are widely used in Middle-Eastern cuisines as a part of the famous Tahini sauce. They are used as a garnish in salads, appetizers, and chutneys because of their crunchy texture.

Turmeric Powder

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.

Turmeric Whole

Turmeric sticks are an essential to Indian food.  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.

White Pepper Powder

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.