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Organic Asafoetida (50gm)₹80.00
Organic Asafoetida from our superhero farms is a spice that is used as a digestive aid, in food as a condiment, and in pickling. It typically works as a flavor enhancer. Asafoetida, also known as hing, is a latex gum extracted from several species of a perennial herb, Ferula. Along with its culinary uses, asafetida has a prominent place in traditional medicine. Its health benefits come from its carminative, antiviral, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticoagulant, antispasmodic, expectorant, sedative, diuretic, vermifuge, emenagogue, aphrodisiac and anti-carcinogenic properties.
Organic Coriander Powder (200gms)
Coriander Powder from our superhero farms is fresh grounded and packed with utmost care to retain its medicinal and aromatic properties.
Organic Himalayan Rock Salt
Himalayan rock salt from our superhero farms is also known as pink rock salt because of its distinctive pale pink color. It is used in cooking for its high mineral and sodium content. This salt is a natural and ridiculously pure mineral substance that is pink in color (thanks to iron oxide) and gathered from a giant mine in the of Himalayan Mountains. People used it for thousands and thousands of years as a natural medicine and therapeutic cure.
Idli podi is a coarse powder mixture of ground dry spices that typically contains dried chilies, urad, chickpea, and sesame seeds. Tamilians traditionally use Idli podi as a condiment on idlis, dosas and other South Indian dishes.
Idli powder is eaten as a dipping condiment: Take a teaspoon of powder on plate, make a well in the centre, add sesame or other oil to this crater, and mix in the powder to form a moist paste. Pieces of idli or dosa are then broken off and dipped into this tasty oil-powder mix, and eaten. It may also be simply added dry to food.
It is a convenient substitute for chutneys and is usually available in most households in South India.