TRS Brown Mustard Seeds (100gm)

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SKU: 4TR061

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Brown mustard seeds are widely used as a spice,
especially in India, and have a piquant taste. Their heat disappears quickly when cooking, so they should only be added towards the end of the cooking time. In India, the grains are roasted in a dry pan before used, which gives them a unique nutty aroma. It is particularly popular for refining many vegetable dishes.

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Brown mustard seeds are widely used as a spice,
especially in India, and have a piquant taste. Their heat disappears quickly when cooking, so they should only be added towards the end of the cooking time. In India, the grains are roasted in a dry pan before used, which gives them a unique nutty aroma. It is particularly popular for refining many vegetable dishes.

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DescriptionBrown mustard seeds are widely used as a spice, especially in India, and have a piquant taste. Their heat disappears quickly when cooking, so they should only be added towards the end of the cooking time. In India, the grains are roasted in a dry pan before used, which gives them a unique nutty aroma. It is particularly popular for refining many vegetable dishes.Cumin forms an important part of various spice mixtures such as Garam masala and Sambhar Masala. It has a characteristic aroma and is used in combination with other spices. Cumin has antiseptic properties and strengthens the stomach. In fact, ?Jira? in Sanskrit means ?that which helps digestion?.BlackCumin forms an important part of various spice mixturessuch as Garam masala and Sambhar MasalaWhole Urid (Urad) Dal is whole and with its natural black husk. It needs to be soaked for a few hours before use. This ensures that it cooks faster. Once softened, the Urid dal thickens to form a delicious, rich gravy. Dals with husk are generally considered more nutritious in India and Black Urid is rich in proteins and iron, making it the perfect energy booster in a vegetarian diet.Turmeric is native to India and belongs to the ginger family. Turmeric is an important component of the curry powder and is obtained from the root of the Haldi plant. Even adding a small amount gives the dishes colour and a spicy taste.
ContentBrown mustard seeds are widely used as a spice, especially in India, and have a piquant taste. Their heat disappears quickly when cooking, so they should only be added towards the end of the cooking time. In India, the grains are roasted in a dry pan before used, which gives them a unique nutty aroma. It is particularly popular for refining many vegetable dishes.Cumin powder is made by powdering dry roasted cumin seeds in a grinder. These cumin seeds are then dried and powdered just like chili powder is made from dried red chilies and then used in various cuisines. Nutrient: Total Fat(15g), Saturated Fat(0g), Total Carbohydrates(36.6g), Sugar(2.4g), Protein(18.7g), Salt(0.17g) Ingredients: cumin Allergen: Cumin Storage: Keep in an airtight container in a cool and dry place Weight: 400g Origin: IndiaShahi Jeera is darker and sweeter than ordinary jeera. It has a nutty, earthy aroma and is especially used in rich North Indian curries like shahi panner and kurma, added to breads, or steamed with rice to give it a distinct scent.Ingredients: dried mango powder Nutritional Information per 100gm (unless otherwise stated): As per 100gm Energy/Calories: 1422kJ/340kcal Fat: 8g of which saturates: 0g Carbohydrates: 64g of which sugars: 0g Salt: 0g Protein: 2.8gWhole Urid (Urad) Dal is whole and with its natural black husk. It needs to be soaked for a few hours before use. This ensures that it cooks faster. Once softened, the Urid dal thickens to form a delicious, rich gravy. Dals with husk are generally considered more nutritious in India and Black Urid is rich in proteins and iron, making it the perfect energy booster in a vegetarian diet.Turmeric powder is used to color and flavor prepared mustard, Pickles, relish, chutneys, and rice dishes as well as butter and cheese. Turmeric powder is also added in spice blends such as curry powder. TRS Haldi powder is 100% natural and contains no artificial color, flavor, or preservatives.
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