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INDIAN SPICES

kshitiz.shekhar's picture

India produce a wide range of spice. At present, India produces around 3.2 million tonnes of different spices valued at approximately 4 billion US $, and holds a prominent position in world spice production. Because of the varying climates - from tropical to sub-tropical to temperate-almost all spices can be grown in this country. All states and union territories of India, at least one spice is grown in abundance. Around 75 spices out of the 109 spices listed in the ISO list are given here.

Spice Products

Mustard Basil
Bay Leaf Bishop's weed
Cardamom Cassia
Celery Chilli
Coriander
Cumin Curry Leaf
Dill Fennel
Fenugreek Garlic
Ginger Greater Galanga

Kokam

Mustard

Pepper
Poppy Seed
Saffron
Tamarind

Turmeric
Vanilla

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4 Comments

Ganesh.Dutta's picture
yaah.....that's a good collections!!!!!!!!!!!really, India is famous for spices and these spices are responsible for specific taste of indian cuisine.
master2006's picture
This is a great collection Chef Shekhar. Please share details of these spices with our community. Welcome to our community. We are looking forward to many great posts from you.
kshitiz.shekhar's picture
Hi! All I am posting here the description of all the spices one by one so that u can know about the origination & history of the spices.Thanks a lot for appreciating my efforts.
Nisha's picture
hey great job!!