Ratin Jot-Alkanet Root

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Ratin Jot-Alkanet Root

Sarka-Vinegar

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Sarka-Vinegar

Safed Mirch-White Pepper

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Safed Mirch-White Pepper

Yellow Pepper-Pilli Mirchi

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Kali Mirch-Pepper

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Kali Mirch-Pepper

Kebab Cheeni-All Spice

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Kebab Cheeni-All Spice

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    Indian cuisine distinguished by its sophisticated use of spices and herbs and the influence of the longstanding and widespread practice of vegetarianism in Indian society. Food is an integral part of India's culture, with cuisines differing according to community, region, and state. Indian cuisine is characterized by a great variety of foods, spices, and cooking techniques.

    The most important spices in Indian cuisine are chilli pepper, black mustard seed (rai), cumin, turmeric, fenugreek, ginger, coriander and asafoetida (hing). Another very important spice is garam masala which is usually a powder of five or more dried spices, commonly comprised of cardamom, cinnamon and clove. Some leaves are commonly used like bay leaf, coriander leaf and mint leaf. The common use of curry leaves is typical of South Indian cuisine. In sweet dishes, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, saffron and rose petal essence are used.

    This section of the IndianFoodsGuide.com website lists the different spices along with their English names and a description of the spice. Hope you find this section helpful.

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