Golden Spice Of India
Turmeric Powder is a vibrant orangish-yellow spice made from pure turmeric roots/rhizome. It has a distinctive earthy and pungent aroma with a warm, peppery, and ginger-like flavor.
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King of Spices
Finding origin in the Sanskrit word 'pippali', which means 'Black Gold', Black Pepper truly is the most sought after spice for flavour and taste. Interestingly, the unripe peppercorn fruit of the plant is dried until it turns black and gets a pungent and woody taste, which makes it rich in the magical nutrients of antioxidants, flavonoids, essential oils, bioactive compounds and natural alkaloids.
Consuming pepper can be advantageous for your overall general well-being as it is a good source of various nutrients.
Versatile Savoury Spice
Known as a staple ingredient in Indian cuisine, clove is a flavour and wellness enhancer. Loved for its warm and pungent aroma and savoury to spicy taste, clove is key in cooking, perfumery, medicines and lots more.
In terms of nutrition, clove has a great nutrient portfolio and its benefits have an impressive range.
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The Holy Superfood Spice
An Ayurvedic superfood, Ginger is the backbone of many cuisines, especially Indian cooking. It's much preferred for its spicy and zingy flavour along with many health benefits as per scientific literature.
Ginger is easily a favourite spice for all things taste and flavoursome, be it smoothies, lattes, cakes or mains.
The Aromatic Flavour Spice
A warm, cosy and soothing spice, Cinnamon is known to work as magic on overall health. It is loaded with a diverse nutrient profile, making it an incredibly nutritous choice.
The sweet and woody flavor of Cinnamon makes it a superb spice for seasoning, cooking, making drinks and baking.
The Superfood Add-on Spice
Known for its amazing performance boosting effects, Garlic is one of the key ayurvedic and modern spices. A close relative of the onion family, Garlic too is used extensively for its therapeutic and culinary benefits. The toasty, pungent and often buttery garlic flavour garlic makes it rich in antioxidant properties, making it perfect to treat heart, gut and blood system ailments.
In the culinary world, garlic powder is an inevitable spice that finds place in all sorts of cuisines for salad dressings, marinades, vegetables, meats, soups & more.
The Evergreen Spice
We all can't live without onions, be it's the intensely nutritive vegetable or spice. This low in calorie and high on vitamin and mineral spice is a powerful antioxidant (as per scientific literature) that the body demands to beat common ailments. Rightly so, it is an inevitable part of several cuisines, almost like an essential you cannot do without.
Ranging from a strong and sharp flavour to sweet, creamy and spicy, onion has quite a wide taste portfolio to offer, making it inescapable from the culinary scene.
The Super Nutritious and Flavourful Spice
Used to elevate the taste of many Indian, Middle Eastern and African dishes, carom seeds have a reputation of adding a strong yet delicious flavour to all meals!
There's more to this highly flavorful spice; it helps relieve digestive issues, treats indigestion, helps fight common cold, headache and can even act as an effective fungicide.
The Health Maximiser Salt Spice
You would have often read that the road to a healthy life begins with less salt intake. But have you heard of healthy pink salt? Pink Himalayan salt is a type of salt which is naturally pink in color and is mined from the Khewra Salt mine, in the Himalayan peaks near Pakistan.
This salty, pink wonder can do wonders for your health.
The Green Vigour Spice
Cardamom is a type of spice that is derived from the seeds of the cardamom plant. It is commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine, and its flavor has been described as a combination of lemon, ginger, and mint.
Cardamom adds great flavor to your cooking without using any artificial ingredients. It can be added to curries, rice dishes, and even desserts.
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