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Ajowan

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€2,55

  • Tastes like thyme and oregano
  • Indian cuisine
  • Ajowan or Indian thyme for seasoning

    The taste of ajowan is spicy and bitter. It has a strong aroma which resembles thyme and oregano with a peppery undertone. Cooking it makes the taste a little softer.

    Popular in Indian Cooking

    In India Ajowan is very popular in bread, savoury pies and in fried doughs. Indians also use ajowan with grilled vegetables, in curries, with pickling spices, fish, green beans, turnips and root vegetables.

    Ajowan is also found in Asian, Arabic and Ethiopian cuisine. There it is used with beans, fish and potatoes. The seeds are also popular in vegetarian dishes.

    Use Ajowan

    Due to the high oil content in the seeds, ground ajowan loses some of its flavor more quickly. Therefore, it is best to use the whole seeds or grind them just before use.

    Ajowan works well in combination with cardamom, cinnamon, cumin, fennel, cloves, garlic, pepper and turmeric.

    Do not use too much to avoid a bitter taste.

    Ingredients

    Pure ajowan, no additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

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Ajowan

100 gr / 1

€2,55

  • Ajowan or Indian thyme for seasoning

    The taste of ajowan is spicy and bitter. It has a strong aroma which resembles thyme and oregano with a peppery undertone. Cooking it makes the taste a little softer.

    Popular in Indian Cooking

    In India Ajowan is very popular in bread, savoury pies and in fried doughs. Indians also use ajowan with grilled vegetables, in curries, with pickling spices, fish, green beans, turnips and root vegetables.

    Ajowan is also found in Asian, Arabic and Ethiopian cuisine. There it is used with beans, fish and potatoes. The seeds are also popular in vegetarian dishes.

    Use Ajowan

    Due to the high oil content in the seeds, ground ajowan loses some of its flavor more quickly. Therefore, it is best to use the whole seeds or grind them just before use.

    Ajowan works well in combination with cardamom, cinnamon, cumin, fennel, cloves, garlic, pepper and turmeric.

    Do not use too much to avoid a bitter taste.

    Ingredients

    Pure ajowan, no additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.