KNOW ABOUT – Health Benefits of Ajwain

19-04-2017

Ajwain(Carom Seeds) also known as Bishop’s weed belongs to the same family such as Cumin, dil and Parsley. It is primarily used to enhance the flavour of dishes. In India it is primarily found in Madhya pradesh. It is used to flavour various delicacies in the middle east. The Ajwain seeds are tiny and ridged and are greyish green in colour. They are spicy to taste and have an aromatic flavour. Ajwain smells similar to thyme. Ajwain fried in ghee is used to season dhal varieties. It can be added to the dough while making parathas and rotis. Ajwain is also used as dressing in salad. Ajwain is added to many deep fried snack varieties and chat items to enhance flavour. Ajwain seeds go

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