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Indian Food = Scientic Food | Vatan Indian Restaurant & Caterers

Indian food is mainly famous for its spices being used. People worldwide love eating Indian food in jersey city. The spices and flavors are the main reasons. But do you know some of these spices also come into herb categories of medicine? Yes, researchers around the world has concluded that more than Indian spices in India are used to treat very rare diseases and illnesses in ancient India. The spices and herbs not only used to cook food but they have healing properties. Ayurveda uses these roots, spices, and herbs in the treatment of common physical ailments for thousands of years.
Combination and mixtures of seeds, oil, herbs, leaves, and spices are used to make Indian medicines, foods. Basically, in other words, we can say Indian food is considered as an alternative to all-natural herbs and medicines. Indian history and ancient knowledge is so rich that it can cure any illness and diseases.

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Some of the Spices /Herbs used in Indian cooking

Some of the Spices /Herbs used in Indian cooking

ASAFETIDA (hing / हींग), BAY LEAVES (tez patta), BISHOP’S WEED / CAROM SEEDS (AJWAIN), CUMIN SEEDS (jeera), CLOVES (LAUNG), BLACK PEPPERCORNS (kali mirch), CARDAMOM SEEDS -GREEN AND BLACK (ELAICHI), CORIANDER SEEDS/CILANTRO (Dhaniya), CINNAMON (daal cheeni), CURRY LEAVES (Kari patta), FENUGREEK SEEDS (Methi), FENNEL SEEDS (Saunf), MANGO POWDER (Aamchur), MUSTARD SEEDS (Rai), ONION SEEDS/NIGELLA (Kalonji), POMEGRANATE SEEDS (Anaardaana), NUTMEG (JAIPHAL), POPPY SEEDS (Khus khus), SAFFRON (Kesar), SESAME SEEDS (Till) and many more.

 

Spices and herbs are the backbones of Indian cooking. In other words, each spice serves a very specific role in the dish it inhabits, from the warm sweetness of ginger to the slight bitterness of tamarind to the zingy freshness of cilantro. And it is a mixture of many of these components—a typical Indian dish can incorporate a dozen different herbs and spices—that creates the flavors and brings taste. It is richer in nutritious and medicinal properties which brings taste and health benefits for food lovers.

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