Pomegranate Seeds (Anardana): Pomegranate seeds are dried and used as a tangy and slightly sweet condiment in Indian cuisine. They add a burst of flavor and texture to salads, chaats (Indian street snacks), and rice dishes.
Moringa Powder: Moringa powder is made from the dried leaves of the moringa tree and is known for its nutritional benefits. It has a mild and earthy flavor and can be used as a seasoning in soups, stews, and vegetable dishes.
Karonda Pickle: Karonda, also known as Natal plum, is a small sour fruit used to make pickles in Indian cuisine. Karonda pickles have a tangy and slightly spicy flavor and are enjoyed as a side condiment with meals.
Kachumber Salad: Kachumber salad is a refreshing and crunchy salad made with diced cucumbers, tomatoes, onions, and herbs. It is seasoned with lemon juice, salt, and sometimes spices like cumin powder or chaat masala. Kachumber salad is a popular accompaniment to Indian meals.
Black Sesame Seeds (Til): Black sesame seeds are often used in Indian cuisine for their nutty and slightly bitter flavor. They are commonly used as a garnish for breads, sweets, and savory dishes, or ground into a paste for making chutneys and sauces.
Amla Candy: Amla candy is made from Indian gooseberries that are cooked with sugar and dried to form sweet and tangy treats. Amla candies are rich in vitamin C and are enjoyed as a snack or as a natural remedy for various health benefits.
Bitter Gourd Chips (Karela Chips): Bitter gourd chips are thinly sliced bitter gourd that is deep-fried until crispy. They have a slightly bitter and savory taste and are enjoyed as a snack or accompaniment to meals.
Sugarcane Jaggery (Gur): Sugarcane jaggery, commonly known as gur, is a traditional sweetener made from sugarcane juice. It has a rich and caramel-like flavor and is used in various Indian desserts, sweets, and beverages.