Ajwain is a seed-like fruit often used in Indian cooking as part of a spice mixture. It looks similar to fennel and cumin seeds and is highly fragrant, smelling like thyme. Its taste, however, is more like oregano and anise due to the bitter notes and strong flavor. Because of its pungency, a little goes a long way. Grown in India and Iran, ajwain, also known as carom seeds or bishops weed, is rarely eaten raw and instead is cooked before adding to a recipe.
- Highest quality spice and a delightful addition to any meal, complimentary to vegan and vegetarian lifestyles.
- ️ Ajwain is one of the most famous ingredient in many Indian Recipes such as pooris, kachoris, rasam, kadhi, etc.. Ajwain is used in making various types of Parathas, roti, bread, etc.
- Home remedy for digestion, weight loss and mild gastric problems.
- Add the spice to bakery products so as to enhance the flavour.
Note:-️Storage instructions: Keep in a cool and dry place