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Ajwain Seeds (Carom Seeds / Ayamodakam)

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Ajwain Seeds (Carom Seeds / Ayamodakam അയമോദകം) Spices  from  

Ajwain seeds  spices product details:-

  • Variety Ajwain or carom seeds അയമോദകം
  • Form whole
  • Units 100gm
  • Diet Type Vegetarian
  • Brand Lilly's Homemade 
  • HSN Code of Fennel Seeds :0909.21
  • How to store : Store in air tight container
  • Shelf life : 6 months 
  • Uses :Cooking ,Medicines,herbs

About Spice Ajwain Seeds (Carom Seeds / Ayamodakam)

Indian people also believe using carom seeds in food also prevents indigestion, abdominal pain and all other abdominal disorders. Their pungent, celery-like flavour will make your soups, stews and hot dishes sing - as well as bolster pies, pastries, salads and dressings, potatoes, vegetable dishes and much more.

We use imported Ajwain Seed and are 100% pure and authenticated. It has a great demand because of its strict supervision & premium quality and is free from adulteration. To sum up, itâ€s so good to take on a daily basis for general well being. Just like we brush our teeth daily to keep them clean & healthy, the same way we should take at least a spoon of Ajwain seeds.

Ajwain (Bishop Seed, Ajmo, Jowan, Ajamoda, Omum, Jawind, carom seeds or ajowan caraway ) is an Indian spice and ayurvedic medicines used in digestive ailment, mental diseases and respiratory disorders. They have great importance in Indian cooking. These seeds provide flavour and fragrance to food recipes. Their strong aroma provides a unique taste to chapattis and recipes. Hence it is also known as Ugragandha in Sanskrit.
It's very aromatic but less subtle in taste. It's a bit spicy, pungent and has a strong aroma. Even a small amount of ajwain dominates the taste of a dish. In India, ajwain is never used raw but is either roasted or fried in ghee, which is done to develop a stronger and more prominent aroma. It's primarily used as a digestive aid and ant emetic. Ajwain is often consumed after a heavy meal.