Ajwain, Bishop's Weed - Trachyspermum ammi

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The Ajwain, also known as Bishop's Weed - Trachyspermum ammi, belongs to the family of the Apiaceae, like parsley. Buy now Exquisite Herbs and Spices on line in bags from 50 gr -1 Kg.

The Indian Caraway is nowadays widely spread. It is not only cultivated in India, but also in Egypt and Iran.

Ajwain is pounded or roasted in a pan before use. While roasting, it unfolds a burning, aromatic smelling perfume, which tastes of thyme.

 

Ajwain should be used sparingly in dishes, otherwise the food may become too bitter.

 

Ajwain pairs well with fish and potatoes.

 

Storage of Indian caraway


Please store all spices in air protected containers and in a dark place. Spices should not be exposed to direct sunlight. The storage temperature should be at 60 ° F. The spices should be stored in an area where the climate is dry.
When properly stored, the Indian Caraway has a minimum shelf life of 5 years.

 

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