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It is called the "king of spices" because itis one of the oldest spices with an aroma that is universally pleasant and appetising. It is a good stimulant of the digestive juices as well as the nerves and that is why it is a age old remedy for digestive disorders. Pepper contains Iron, calcium, phosphorus, carotene, Thiamine & other minerals. The easiest way to use pepper is to sprinkle the powder over a dish of food.
Its good for sore throat. It can be used in teas, cookies. It is the rhizome of a bean plant. The dried roots look like pieces of dried wood, very hard and fibrous available as dried, woody pieces of root as a powder. Ninety percent of all natural licorice employed as a flavouring agent is used in tobacco etc.
Its made of green raw mango. It can be used in place of tomato in the cooking (Half Tea Spoon). It gives sour taste. Its another name is Amchoor is used in North Indian cuisine to give a fruity tang to many vegetarian dishes. It is good with stir-fried vegetables and is an essential ingredient in chat masala. It is also sprinkled over meats to tenderize them before cooking.
It comes cucurma longa, a leafy plant in the ginger family. India is the world's primarily produced of turmeric. It is a necessary ingredient of curry powder. It has sharp & bitter flavour. Mild aroma and has smell like ginger.