Ajwain, or Carom Seeds, grow throughout India, so it’s no surprise they’re a staple ingredient in Indian cuisine. Due to the presence of Thymol, you can think of Ajwain as thyme’s edgier cousin. It gives off similar floral notes to thyme, but with a sharper edge like Oregano, a Cumin kick and even slight anise like fennel. It’s this punchy flavour that makes Ajwain such a useful ingredient, but also means it needs to be used sparingly.
Ingredients: Carom seeds
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Allergens: Celery, Gluten, Mustard, Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame seeds
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