TRS Javetri/Javentry mace 50gm

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Nutmeg shells are also called mace and are the reddish shells that surround the nutmeg. They have a slightly sweeter taste than nutmeg and are used in many different dishes in Indian cuisine, especially in meat dishes.

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Nutmeg shells are also called mace and are the reddish shells that surround the nutmeg. They have a slightly sweeter taste than nutmeg and are used in many different dishes in Indian cuisine, especially in meat dishes.

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DescriptionNutmeg shells are also called mace and are the reddish shells that surround the nutmeg. They have a slightly sweeter taste than nutmeg and are used in many different dishes in Indian cuisine, especially in meat 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?.Black cardamom is used as a spice in a similar way to the green cardamom, but the taste differs considerably. In contrast to green cardamom, black cardamom is rarely used in desserts. Its tart, earthy aroma, reminiscent of softwood and camphor, and its smoky taste are due to the traditional drying over an open fire. The spice is mostly used in hearty meat dishes.Coriander seeds are used as a spice for baked goods and liqueurs, are an ingredient in spice mixes such as curries and give many dishes from the Middle East and Southeast Asia their typical taste. They should always be freshly ground or ground in a mortar.Nutmeg or Jaiphal is a very aromatic spice with a delicate , sweet flavour that is often called for in many recipes. It can be grated or ground to be added to meats, cabbage, shellfish as well as gingerbread, cookies, cupcakes, desserts and wines. Adding a little bit of nutmeg while boiling rice makes it taste really different and rich.
ContentNutmeg shells are also called mace and are the reddish shells that surround the nutmeg. They have a slightly sweeter taste than nutmeg and are used in many different dishes in Indian cuisine, especially in meat 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: IndiaBlack cardamom is used as a spice in a similar way to the green cardamom, but the taste differs considerably. In contrast to green cardamom, black cardamom is rarely used in desserts. Its tart, earthy aroma, reminiscent of softwood and camphor, and its smoky taste are due to the traditional drying over an open fire. The spice is mostly used in hearty meat dishes.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: 2.8gCoriander seeds are used as a spice for baked goods and liqueurs, are an ingredient in spice mixes such as curries and give many dishes from the Middle East and Southeast Asia their typical taste. They should always be freshly ground or ground in a mortar.Nutmeg or Jaiphal is a very aromatic spice with a delicate, sweet flavour that is often called for in many recipes. It can be grated or ground to be added to meats, cabbage and shellfish as well as gingerbread, cookies, cupcakes, desserts and wines. Adding a little bit of nutmeg while boiling rice makes it taste really different and rich. Storage: Keep away from humidity. Nutritional Facts Per 100gm Energy(Kcal) - 525Kcal Protein - 5.8g Fat - 36g Of which saturates - 26g Carbs - 49g Of which sugar - 3g Dietary Fiber - 21g
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