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Top 11 Indian Spices and How to Use Them

Indian spices come in more than 160+ varieties. Many, like stone flower and garcinia, are obscure and utilised only in particular places. This list of 11 vital spices, which spans several centuries of culinary traditions from across the vast subcontinent, is utilised in nearly all Indian cuisine. Cooking beautifully requires the nearly supernatural act of combining traditional spices. Without a doubt, learning to cook Indian food will significantly increase your cooking skills.

Top 11 Indian Spices and How to Use Them

  • Dalchini (Cinnamon): has a strong Anti-Diabetic Effect and Lowers Blood Sugar levels. The ability of cinnamon to reduce blood sugar levels is widely documented.
  • Alsi (Flax Seeds): is a good source of lignans, which seem to have antioxidant qualities. It lowers the chance of cancer and prevents constipation. It also enhances heart health and cholesterol levels.
  • Tej Patta (Bay Leaves): Vitamins A, B6, and C are all present in bay leaf in significant amounts. Tea made from bay leaves might reduce stomach distress. A stuffy nose or sinus congestion can be relieved by the tea’s strong scent.
  • Til (Sesame Seeds): Sesame seeds are a good source of Vitamin B, protein and calcium. It also lowers blood pressure. It may help reduce the risk of  breast cancer, osteoporosis, menopausal symptoms, etc.
  • Ajwain (Celery Seeds): Celery contains a tonne of antioxidants. It aid in reducing oxidative stress, a factor in cancer development. Phthalides, a type of phytochemical, are prevalent in celery.
  • Methi (Fenugreek Seeds): has advantages for decreasing blood sugar levels, raising testosterone, and increasing milk supply in nursing moms, according to the research that is currently available.
  • Rai (Mustard): It is effective as an antimicrobial agent, has antioxidant effects on you, anticancer elements, and enhances the healing process in your body.
  • Jeera (Cumin): For indigestion, cumin is traditionally used most frequently. Iron is naturally abundant in cumin seeds. Components of cumin have the potential to be used to treat diabetes.
  • Saunf (Fennel Seeds): It regulate blood pressure, great for skin problems, purifies blood, helps improve eyesight, reduces risk of cancer, etc.
  • Kali Mirch (Black Pepper): Manganese, a mineral that supports metabolism, bone health, and wound healing, is present in black pepper in good amounts.
  • Lavang (Cloves): By promoting enzyme secretion and increasing digestive motility, cloves enhance digestion. It is a successful treatment for dental pain and helps raise the bone density and mineral content in bones.

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