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Ajwain powder

We are offering Ajwain powder of   40 mesh pass through.
Ajwain (botanical name of Trachyspermum copticum also known as Ajowan caraway, carom seeds

Ajowan is an annual herbaceous plant bearing the grayish-brown fruits ( seeds ), which constitute the spice.The plant is grown in Asian, middle east and chiefly in India.

Ajwain powder derives from ajwain seeds. These seeds are uncommon spice that's found in certain areas of Asia. These tiny fruit pods is aromatic, has a slightly bitter and pungent taste, similar to thyme, only stronger. A tiny amount of raw ajwain seeds will over powder the flavor of a dish. In Indian cuisines, ajwain seeds are used wither dry roasted or friend in ghee or oil, which has a subtle aroma. These seeds are also commonly used for parathas, roti, and namkeen.

Ajwain seeds, like other spices, are not viewed nutritionally. They are more know as adjunct used in small quuatities for flavoring numerous foods, as anit-oxidents, as preservatives, medicine or for the manufacture of essential oils for ultimate use in perfumery, essences and medicines etc. However, for the purpose of enforcement of quality standards with the ultimate objective of detection of adulteration, information on physioc-chemical composition is often suought which in brief as follows
Moisture 10 %
Portein 15%
Fat 17 %
Crude fibre 10 %
Carbohydrates 40%
ash 7%
Calcium 1.5%
Phosphorus 0.3%
Iron 0.014%
Calorific value 380/100mg

Chilly Powder

Chilli powder is one of the spiciest masala in the spice family. It gives great taste and flavor when added to any delicacies. Our special Chilly powder is made up of pure powdered chillis, red peppers or cayenne peppers or it may contain other additives, like cumin, oregano,

The red chilies that we supply are finely chosen to enhance the delicacy of the cuisine. This red chilly is uniform in shape and good in taste. Used as one of the important ingredient in host of dishes and delicacies, we offer red chilies, which are packed ensuring the aroma and taste.
Varieties of the chilli powder

Mexican Chilli Powder

Mexican chilli powder is the mixture of spices such as dried grounded chilli, cumin, garlic, and oregano. This spice is used included in Mexican cuisine.

Indian Chilli Powder

Indian chilli powder is made by drying and grounding the red chilli to give highly pungent red powder. The pungency in the chilli powder depends on the variety of the chilli used in preparing the powder. The low oil content helps in retaining its red color which will not fade away with time.

Chilli Powder for Medicine Purpose

We provide a superior quality of chili powder that is cultivated in a good agricultural land. The chilli powder is extensively used for food flavoring and coloring and also for certain medicinal purposes. Chillies are an excellent source of vitamin, A, B, C and E with minerals like molybdenum, manganese, folate, potassium, thiamin, and copper.

Uses of Chilli Powder

Chilli Powder, the tasty blend of spices, is one of the easiest ways to bring a dish to life. This powder is used extensively as an additive in curries and other dishes. Either purchase ready-made or to prepare at home, chilli powder can add a lot of taste to many mouth watering dishes.


We offer coriander powder of.60 mess pass through. It is popularly known for its culinary and medicinal properties. Widely used for flavouring the food.. Best in quality, our coriander has an aromatic odour. It is a soft, hairless, foetid plant growing to 50 cm tall. It is known as cilantro in the United Sates. All the parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the most commonly used in cooking. The flavour of the seeds is warm, mild and sweetish. There is a citrus undertone similar to orange peel.
Indian coriander is not generally favoured for the distillation of essential oil by some Western countries. This is due to the Indian seeds being low in essential oil and not uniform in colour or its grade. The essential oil is made up of hydrocarbons and oxygenated compounds. The hydrocarbon accounts for about 20 percent of the essential oil. The major oxygenated compounds present, includes: d-linalool or coriandrol (45 to 70 percent). The oil however induces irritation when in contact with skin for an extensive period of time, The entire plant and unripe fruit also yields essential oil, Besides the essential oilj the seed contain 19 to 21 percent of a fatty oil having a dark, brownish green colour and an odour quite similar to that of coriander oil.

The oil, in turn, possesses the following characteristics

The oil solidifies on just letting it to stay still for some time. A type of Sodium soap prepared from the oil possesses a pleasant odour and sound lathering properties; it is soft in consistency and green in colour. Good quality oleoresin can verily be extracted from the coriander seeds. The oleoresin is in addition, employed for seasoning beverages, pickles, sweets and numerous other delicacies.

Besides the wholesome and astonishing uses, utilisations and application of coriander, it is virtually also used for flavouring pastries, cookies, buns, cakes and tobacco products tool It is in all probability one of the first spices ever to be exercised by mankind, having been acknowledged as early as 5000 B.C., and is one of the most crucial ingredients in the manufacture of the following food flavorings;
  • Bakery products
  • Imitation flavour
  • Pork, frankfurter, meat, fish and salads
  • Soda and syrups
  • Gelatin, dessert and pudding
  • Candy and preserves
Coriander seeds are very much considered to be carminative, diuretic, tonic, stomachic, antibilious, refrigerant, also serving as an aphrodisiac. Considering its various virtues, it just might also be possible to manufacture a number of medicinal products from the herb. And this certainly does not pose as an understatement, Alcoholic extracts as 'mother tincture" of this herb is exceedingly popular amongst the homeopathic professionals. In the contemporary era of technology, it is also possible to preserve and pack the fresh green leaves of coriander as paste or otherwise to market and commercialise it for consumption.

Composition of coriander seeds vary, depending upon its country of origin and the agro climatic conditions under which it is being grown, harvested, dried and stored.

The succeeding typical analysis gives a fair idea of its composition

Moisture: 6,3 % Carbohydrates: 24.0 % Vitamin 61: 0.26 mg/100
Protein: 1.3 % Total ash: 5.3 % Vitamin B2: 0.23 mg/lOOg
Volatile oil: 0.3 % Calcium: 0,08 % Niacin: 3.2 mg/lOOg
Non-volatile ether extract: 22 % Phosphorus: 0.44 % Vitamin C (ascorbic acid): 12.0 mg/lOOg
Total ether extract (fat): 19.6 % Sodium: 0,02 % Vitamin A: 175 i.u,/100g
Crude fibre: 31.5 % Potassium: 1.2 %  
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