Vadouvan has been created after a South-East Indian spice specialty named Vadagam, by French gourmets. Today, everyone talks about Vadouvan and it is very famous among gourmets and hobby chefs.
The production of Vadouvan is complex and time-intensive. The complete mixture must ferment for an extended period of time and then dry before it can be filled.
Vadouvan is made up of onions, garlic, black soybeans, mustard, fenugreek (buckwheat clover), cumin, fennel, turmeric, curry leaves, seed oil, salt and asafoetida.
Culinary use of Vadouvan
This aromatic spice mixture is used in the star gastronomy. Vadouvan spices, with its unique taste, flavors rice, stews as well as noodle dishes.
Also, refine the fried roast with Vadouvan. A culinary experience.