• Shyam Ajwain (Carom Seeds)
  • Shyam Ajwain (Carom Seeds)

Shyam Ajwain (Carom Seeds)

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Carom seeds, also known as ajwain or bishop's weed, are small aromatic seeds commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. They have a distinctive flavor profile and are known for their strong and pungent aroma. They are often used as a digestive aid and are believed to have various health benefits. Carom seeds are commonly used in Indian breads like parathas and puris, where they are added to the dough to provide flavor and aid digestion. They are also used as a seasoning in various dishes, such as curries, stews, lentil soups, and vegetable stir-fries. When using carom seeds, they are typically either dry roasted or fried in oil to release their flavors before being added to dishes.
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Nutrition Facts

Energy –            450.925kcal

Protein –                15.89g

Carbohydrate –   49.12g

Sugar-                <1g  

Fat –                      21.21g


Carom Seeds