Curry leaves are used to season a diverse Indian dishes, known as Kadi Patta in Hindi. Fresh leaves harvested from eco-friendly organic farms across the Indian Sub-continent are processed by sun drying. The dried leaves are then crushed and hygienically packed to garnish your dishes. Crushed curry leaves are shiny and dark green in colour with a distinct appetizing aroma that instantly tantalizes your taste buds stimulating your huger.View full product details
Organic Mace refers to the reddish, lacy outer layer or arillus of the nutmeg seed from the aromatic evergreen nutmeg tree. Profusely cultivated in organic farms of Western Ghats of Karnataka and Kerala and in Malnad regions of Southern India.
Organic Mace is a prominent flavoring agent in cuisines of most countries. Mace can be used in several forms, either as the dried lacy covering or in powdered form. Its versatile flavor makes it
an important ingredient in various dishes to enhance the taste and bring out the colour of the food. White sauce, lasagna, stews, ragouts, sausages and pastries are just some delicacies that incorporate mace in their recipes.
In European cuisine, nut mace is used especially in potato dishes and in processed meat products; they are also used in soups, sauces and baked goods.View full product details
Nutmeg is called “Jaiphal” in Hindi. Organic Nutmegs grown in eco-friendly organic farms spread across Western Ghats of Southern States of Indian sub-continent are harvested, processed by sun drying and powdered in stone mills, hygienically packed for your kitchens. Nutmeg isn't really a nut, but the kernel of an apricot-like fruit. The "nut" (aril), ground to a fine powder. Organic Nutmeg Powder is a glorious rendition of almost mythical spice, for which countries waged war and the Netherlands gave Manhattan Island to Britain in exchange for some nutmeg islands.View full product details
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Organic Turmeric Powder is generally used in various food industries as a natural food coloring agent and preservative. It contains curcumin as the primary pigment imparts characteristic yellow colour to the food preparations readily, in presence of oil. It’s rich in polyphenols. Easily dissolves in water and oil. The concentrate has neither flavour nor aroma. Used in a wide range of products viz., dairy products, beverages, cereal, confectionary, ice cream, bakery, and savory products. Additive in dairy to impart lemon and banana colors to flavored milk drinks, cultured milk and desserts. Added at higher levels to sausages, pickles, relishes, sauces, dry mixes, and fish due to its original usage as a spice as well as preservative.View full product details
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