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Asafetida

30/04/2016 5:22 pm

Asafetida is used in a vast array of cuisines. It is also widely used in making Indian dal tadka (lentils) and almost all Indian snacks. Aside from its wonderful flavor, Asafetida also offers many health benefits.

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Cook Moong Bean Soup

24/04/2016 3:55 pm

Learn how to cook moong beans correctly with India Bazaar’s latest hints and tips in cooking Indian recipes. Better yet, visit India Bazaar, the best online Indian grocery store.

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10% off for First Time Buyers

24/04/2016 3:22 pm

India bazaar announces 10% discount for first timers who will purchase Indian herbs and spices at India Bazaar online store – the leading online spice store in Sydney, Australia.

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7 Uses of Coconut Oil

23/04/2016 8:48 pm

Virgin coconut oil has been recently gaining popularity for its wide array of health benefits, as well as its many uses. 

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Black Pepper Powder

16/04/2016 3:27 pm

Black Pepper powder is a famous Indian spice that comes from the pepper plant, which grows as high as 33 feet above the ground. It is cultivated as a fruit, dried, powdered and used as seasoning to add a depth of flavor in famous Indian cuisines. While folks of long time ago processed their own black pepper, nowadays a good variety of black pepper powder can be bought in online grocery stores. Other than black pepper powder, there are also green pepper and red pepper – their colors reflect the length of processing time.

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Black Peppercorns

15/04/2016 3:56 pm

The black peppercorn comes from a flowering vine in the family of Piperaceae, and is native to South India. They are extensively cultivated and processed to become a palatable spice, which can be added to any type of recipe to improve its flavour.

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Black Cardamom

10/04/2016 1:47 pm

The black cardamom is a member of the zingiberaceae family, which has an uplifting menthol element that produces a smoky, brash and bold flavour to Indian dishes.

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Anardana Seeds

3/04/2016 3:37 pm

Anardana seeds are also known as dried pomegranate. They are traditionally used in Indian and Middle Eastern cooking and added with stews, chutneys, spice rubs, and breads to achieve an extraordinary flavor. 

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Ajwain Seeds

28/03/2016 1:46 pm

Ajwain seed is an original Indian spice cultivated in Northern India and Iran. Since it has a unique thyme-like flavor, it is often used as alternative to Thyme or Caraway Seeds in making vegetable curries and steamed vegetables. Also known as Ajwain Seeds, Bishop’s Weed, or Carom Seed, they are main ingredient in Indian dishes and the secret to their strong yet savory spicy flavor. In most areas in India, Ajwain seeds are used for medicinal purposes because of their proven therapeutic properties. They can be used as antiseptics and traditional medicine aid digestion.

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Aji-no-moto

25/03/2016 3:21 pm

Aji-no-moto is a very old Japanese seasoning that can be added to all types of dishes, snacks, soups and gravies to achieve an exceptional taste. Households and restaurants use it to deliver the purest taste of Umami, a pleasant savoring flavor to every cuisine. 

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