Green Pepper - The product is processed by food experts under hygienic conditions. We are a well-known enterprise that has introduced an unadulterated variety of Green Pepper that is sourced from our authentic vendor base. It aids in digestion, stimulation and circulation, which makes it a healthy diet. It is availed at the most affordable prices in the industry.
Green Chilli - These are well known for their nutritional value and farm freshness. We procure these chilies directly from the farms and test them on our standard quality parameters of taste, freshness and Superior quality.
Tea Masala Powder - This Indian spice tea ingredient enhances the taste of ordinary Tea. we are involved in offering Tea Masala for our valued customers. These products are highly admired in the market for their attractive features. This Tea Masala is a combination of Spices that can be ground, blended together and kept at home and used over a period of time. In form of brown powder, Tea Masala offered comprises mix of different Spices, herbs and condiments that add a refreshing taste to the tea.
White pepper - We are engaged in offering premium quality range of White Pepper that is popularly known as pepper corn. It is actually the seed of plant that is removed from a fruit. When the flesh of fruit is softened and decomposed, the fruit is rubbed for obtaining the seed. Besides, the white pepper offered by us can be availed at the most pocket friendly prices. Black and white peppercorns are both the fruit of the pepper plant, but they are processed differently.
Poppy Seeds - are not just used for making narcotics, they also have other health benefits. Poppy seed is an oilseed obtained from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum).The tiny kidney-shaped seeds have been harvested from dried seed pods by various civilizations for thousands of years. The seeds are used, whole or ground, as an ingredient in many foods, and they are pressed to yield poppy seed oil. Poppy seeds are a potential source of anti-cancer drugs
Spice Powder - Our premium quality Spices Powder enhance the flavor of any cuisine and are used as appetizers, preservatives, digestives etc. Few of them bear medicinal values and hence are extensively used in pharmaceutical, perfumery and cosmetic products. The Spices powders are available in various packaging options. We provide these Spices at competitive prices. Spices powders are prepared in a completely dust free environment employing some of the latest advances in Food Processing technology. In order to ensure cent percent purity.
Star Anise - good for all kind of food items. It give smell and flavor to dishes. Our firm is actively engaged in presenting a supreme quality array of Star Anise Seeds for our esteemed clients. Apart from this, these products are prepared using high quality ingredients. With enriched industrial experience and knowledge, we are trading a wide assortment of Scattered Star Anise.
Cumin (Jeera) - comes from the parsley family. The seeds are oval with ridges, greenish-beige in color, warm, nutty aroma and a taste that is bitter, but not hot. They can be ground to a powder. Cumin is usually dry-fried before use (drop the whole seeds into a hot dry pan and cook until the roasted fragrance emerges). It is used to flavor rice, stuffed vegetables, many savory dishes and curries. It combines well with cilantro and is widely used in dishes.
Peppercorns - pepper's name comes form the Sanskrit Pippali nigrum, which means "black spice". Peppercorns have a pungent, woody aroma and hot, biting taste. Black pepper is more aromatic, white is stronger and hotter. Pepper is the only spice that us used to flavor food before, during and after cooking. Whole or grounded peppercorns can be added to most non-sweet dishes.
Nutmeg & Mace (Jaiphal and Javitri) - and mace (Jaiphal and Javitri) - is the seed of the evergreen tree. Mace is the fleshy lattice, covering of the nutmeg (hard nut), which is golden brown in color. Nutmeg has more robust flavor than mace, but thy are otherwise very similar. They have nutty, warm and slightly sweet flavor.
Mustard seeds (Rai) - The seeds can be put whole into very hot oil and popped. Raw food can be cooked in this flavored oil or it can be poured over some dishes just before serving. Mustard helps emulsify liquids use in salad dressing recipes to help blend oil and vinegar and add a spicy zip. Mustards seeds are a popular addition to dishes such as vegetable, beans, pastries and pickles.
Ginger (Adrak) - the fresh root gingeris a knobly rhizome with a sweet aroma and hot, pungent taste. Inside, the ginger is hard and woody, yellow and fibrous. It is easiest to cook with, once peeled and grated. The length of the root indicates maturity, and the longer it is, the hotter and more fibrous it will be. Ginger makes a tasty paste, especially if mixed withgarlic.
Garlic (Lassan) - closely related to the onion. It has a powerful pungent or hot flavor when raw, which mellows when it is cooked. It has very strong odor. Bulbs, whose segments are usually called "cloves" are the part of the plant most commonly eaten. Garlic is used as a condiment and as flavoring in gravies, sauces, soups, stews, pickles, salads, salad dressing and breads.
Fenugreek (Kasuri Methi) - is short, upright plant (related to spinach) with oval leaves. The entire plant has a strong, sweet aroma. The mature leaves have the bitter taste. Ground fenugreek (seeds) has a warm, yellowish-brown color with a strong curry-like taste. In powdered form, fenugreek is one of the main ingredients of curry powders. Fenugreek is used to add flavor to meat dishes.
Fennel (Soonf) - is a greenish-brown, small oval seed from Pimpinella Anisum, a plant in the parsley family. It has a sweet and aniseed flavor. Used sparingly, it gives warmth and sweetness to curries. The seeds combine well with peanuts and the zest of citrus fruit. Roasted fennel seeds are chewed to freshen the breath after the meal.
Cloves (Luong) - small, dried, reddish-brown flower bud of the tropical evergreen tree of the myrtle family. They have strong, sweet aroma and hot, pungent taste, Cloves are best bought whole and ground, if necessary. They have been used in India for thousands of years, not only in cooking, but to sweeten the breath and to relieve the pain of toothache. They contain a mild anesthetic. Whole cloves are frequently used to flavor meat dishes, curries, and soups.
Cinnamon (Dalchni) - is the dried bark of various laurel trees in the cinnamomun family. It is a sweet-tasting spice, with a warm, woody aroma. The smell of Cinnamon is pleasant, stimulates the senses, yet calms the nerves. The thinnest bark is the best quality cinnamon. It is available as a powder but is much better bought in sticks. When ground, the flavor becomes stronger.
Cayenne Pepper (Lal Mirch) - is a spice made from the seeds of plants in the capsicum family (ranging from sweet pepper to chili - in general, the smaller the fruit, the hotter it is). Cayenne peppers' bright red color signals its high content of beta-carotene or pro-vitamin A. It includes both the ground seeds as well as the dried flesh.
Cardamom (Elaichi) - Elettaria Cardamomum is the seed of a tropical fruit in the ginger family. Fruits and seeds leave pleasant aroma with sweet, pungent taste behind when chewed. Cardamom has a sweet, lemony, eucalyptus flavor. It is world's second most expensive spice. It is available as a powder, dried pods, or loose seeds. Green cardamoms are the most common, but there are also black and cream varieties. It is one of India's favorite spices, used in curries, savory and sweet dishes, ice cream and custards.
Bay Leaves - these fragrant leaves with pointed ends are used in their dried form. These are used in curries and rice preparations. The spice contains many notable plants derived compounds, minerals and vitamins that are essential for optimum health.This spice has many volatile active components such as a-pinene, ÃŸ-pinene, myrcene, limonene, linalool, methyl chavicol, neral, a-terpineol, geranyl acetate, eugenol, and chavicol. These compounds are known to have been antiseptic, anti-oxidant, digestive, and thought to have anti-cancer properties.Medicinally, the benefits of the bay leaf and its berries are plentiful. It has astringent, diuretic, and appetite stimulant properties.
Asafoetida (Hing) - also known as devil's dung. It is a resin taken from a plant from the parsley family. It is a distinctive and pungent spice. It is most commonly found in powdered form. When cooked, it has a truffle-like flavor and a roasted garlic aroma. It is used mainly for its digestive properties, especially in the cooking of beans and lentils, as it is reputed to have antiflatulence properties. Asafoetida is an important ingredient of the snack called cheewra - a mixture of grains, dried fruits, and spices. It can be added to flavor fish and vegetable dishes. A pinch of it can be fried in hot oil before the rest of the ingredients are cooked.