Ajwain Seed


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What's Inside? Ajwain, ajowan, or Trachyspermum ammi also known as ajowan caraway, thymol seeds, bishop's weed, or carom is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. Both the leaves and the seed‑like fruit of the plant are consumed by humans. The name "bishop's weed" also is a common name for...

What's Inside?

  • Ajwain, ajowan, or Trachyspermum ammi also known as ajowan caraway, thymol seeds, bishop's weed, or carom is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae.
  • Both the leaves and the seed‑like fruit of the plant are consumed by humans.
  • The name "bishop's weed" also is a common name for other plants.
  • Ajwain seeds, otherwise known as owa, omum or carom seeds are the fruit of the herb, bishop's seed.
  • The seeds are small, ridged ovals, greyish-green to reddish-brown, and resemble cumin seeds.

Benefits?

  • Ajwain Seed  have powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties.
  • Has anti-inflammatory effects.
  • Ajwain Seed water on an empty stomach, activates the enzymes in your gut.

Uses?

  • The best way to use Ajwain Seed is to briefly fry it in fat or even dry roast the seeds before adding to a dish.
  • In Indian cuisine, Ajwain Seed  are added during the tadka or tempering process of cooking.
  • Tadka means frying whole seeds in hot oil so that the oil incorporates the flavors of the spices.
  • Add 1tsp of Ajwain Seeds in tempering to enhance the taste of curries and vegetable mix.
  • Ajwain seeds are added to the flatbread dough, dry vegetable seasoning, and flavor a variety of seasonal pickles.

What's Inside?

  • Ajwain, ajowan, or Trachyspermum ammi also known as ajowan caraway, thymol seeds, bishop's weed, or carom is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae.
  • Both the leaves and the seed‑like fruit of the plant are consumed by humans.
  • The name "bishop's weed" also is a common name for other plants.
  • Ajwain seeds, otherwise known as owa, omum or carom seeds are the fruit of the herb, bishop's seed.
  • The seeds are small, ridged ovals, greyish-green to reddish-brown, and resemble cumin seeds.

Benefits?

  • Ajwain Seed  have powerful antibacterial and antifungal properties.
  • Has anti-inflammatory effects.
  • Ajwain Seed water on an empty stomach, activates the enzymes in your gut.

Uses?

  • The best way to use Ajwain Seed is to briefly fry it in fat or even dry roast the seeds before adding to a dish.
  • In Indian cuisine, Ajwain Seed  are added during the tadka or tempering process of cooking.
  • Tadka means frying whole seeds in hot oil so that the oil incorporates the flavors of the spices.
  • Add 1tsp of Ajwain Seeds in tempering to enhance the taste of curries and vegetable mix.
  • Ajwain seeds are added to the flatbread dough, dry vegetable seasoning, and flavor a variety of seasonal pickles.
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