Turmeric Powder – Turmeric is known to be the ‘wonder spice’ surely for all the right reasons. The history of turmeric dates back to more than 4,000 years and it holds religious significance, is a functional food, and is also used in medicine. It truly has elaborate uses and is a key item in most households.
Nutmeg – Pleasantly aromatic, nutmeg is the whole kernel (seed) of the fruit, removed from its outer covering (aril). Nutmeg finds its way into both delicate and pungent blends of cuisines. It has formed an important place in Ayurveda medicines and in our kitchen spice cabinet.
Clove – Being most flavorful spice, clove has been used as an important ingredient for cooking for over 2000 years. It is not just another spice in one’s kitchen spice cabinet – it is known to be a powerful health supplement with a wide variety of uses and applications.
Cardamom – Popularly known as ‘Queen of Spices’, Cardamom is a versatile spice used in various forms worldwide. It is one of the most expensive spices in the world. Cardamom spice has been recognized since centuries – mainly for its culinary and medicinal properties.
Cinnamon – Cinnamon has been used historically as an aromatic spice and as medicine. The fragrance, taste and texture of cinnamon makes it a very popular spice. It was very highly priced and used as currency in the olden days.
Nutmace – Nutmace or Mace as its popularly called, is the vibrant red outer covering (aril) that grows around a nutmeg. When dried – it turns orange in color. The flavor of nutmace is similar to nutmeg, however its more pungent, stronger and has a more savoury scent.
Black Pepper– Aptly called as the ‘King of Spices’ – as it is the world’s most traded spice. In medieval times the store of pepper was related to a man’s wealth and it was used as currency for trading. Black pepper has digestive benefits that help remove toxins from the body and increase metabolism.
White Pepper – White pepper is the fruit of the pepper plant, just that the processing is different than black variety. It is less complex than black pepper but is hotter in flavor. White pepper is used mainly in place of black pepper where the presence of black flecks would spoil the look of a sauce.
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