Category: “Seeds”

Sesame Kosalya

Hey, it time to enjoy Kites with Sesame and Jaggery dishes, like sesame laddu, sesame chapati, sesame kosalya, sesame cakes, and so on. Sesame seeds are two types, white and black. Today we will use white sesames. Today, we are going to make sesame kosalya. So, let’s start […]

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Fenugreek: Methi in Hindi

Fenugreek: A herb, green, spice, seed. What do you want? Methi is a green leafy vegetable that is also known as fenugreek leaves. In India, this comes in the market in winter. By nature, methi is hot. It is high in fiber, iron, calcium, potassion, protein. Fenugreek is rich in nutrients. […]

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Horse Gram: Kulthi Dal in Hindi

Horse Gram mainly famous in South India, they eat Horse Gram in many ways like Rasam, Sprouts and as Dal. These are cheapest lentil in India, horse Gram is also very nutritious. This Dal is rich in vitamin, protein, iron, and calcium and easy to digest because horse […]

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Poppy Seeds: Khas Khas in Hindi

Poppy seeds (khas khas) with crisp and rich flavor, Poppy seeds are very healthy being rich healthy fatty acids, calcium, copper, zinc, manganese, and potassium, phosphorus and dietary fiber. Poppy seeds are extremely beneficial in treating inflammation, quenching thirst. Poppy seeds are used as food in many cultures. […]

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Safflower: Kusum a Flower Herb

Safflower is a plant which flowers and seed oil also used as medicine. Safflower is opposite to saffron, has an aroma that is very rich, but more suggestive of a sweet, chocolaty, tobacco. Another difference is that, unlike saffron, the taste is much weaker than the smell and […]

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Niger Seeds: Ramtil/ Ramtilla in Hindi

Niger Seed is black but usually sprouts into a yellow-colored flower. Guizotia Abyssinica is the scientific name and it is often mistaken for thistle seeds, which it isn’t. Niger Seed Nutrition Fat 39%, Fiber 11%, Protein 24%, Calcium 300%, Iron 57%. In Western countries, Niger seeds are important components […]

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Basil Seeds: Sabja/ Sabza in Hindi

The Basil Seeds are eatable and found from the sweet basil plant, Ocimum basilicum. Basil Seeds are scented – Seed is a member of the mint family. Basil’s seeds are loaded with volatile oils, responsible for the heady aroma and strong flavor, so essential to cooking. The composition […]

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