Indian cuisine is characterized by the extensive use of numerous spices. Spices or Masala as it is called in Hindi, may be called the “heartbeat” of an Indian kitchen.
The methodology of Indian cooking has influenced the cuisine of many cultures worldwide. Experiencing the local and regional spices is often a request from our clients when traveling to India, and what makes our Taste of India package so popular.
By extensive use of spices I do not mean that spices are used to make the food fiery hot. The spices are used to flavor the food, making each dish distinct and wonderfully aromatic. Each spice by itself imparts a very unique flavor, but when used together with other spices, the combination and permutation of different ones magically change the individual characteristics. Spices are also used for health benefits and medicinal purposes, to prevent diseases and also to preserve food.
Spices have very specific role in our Indian food. It should be include in our daily life and play a vital role towards health also. NMP Udhyog is big brand in this industry which serves customer absolutely pure and organic spices.
It is known for their purity as Manufacturer, Supplier and Exporter globally.
Let’s talk about colorful spices which make our life really colored
- Red chili Powder
- Coriander Powder
- Cumin Powder
- Turmeric Powder
Red chili Powder– Heart Health
If you want to lower your cholesterol and your chances of having a heart attack or stroke, then you might want to spice things up a bit. Chili has been found to help heart health, boost immunity, and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes. If you don’t eat it regularly, it can be an effective way to help you lose weight, reducing your desire for salty.
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Coriander Powder– Coriander seeds or dhaniya as they are commonly called in India have been around for thousands of years according to studies. Most Indian spices have superior anti-inflammatory properties and coriander is one of the best in this sense. The seeds are said to have greater benefits as compared to the leaves.
This Indian spice aids in digestion, good source of vitamin C, has anti-bacterial properties and has high iron content that helps combat anaemia. Coriander powder is used to sprinkle in food while preparation and the leaves are used to garnish.
Cumin Powder– Cumin is a spice made from the dried seed of a plant known as Cuminum cyminum. A member of the parsley family. Those who are of the opinion that spices are bad for one’s health should note that cumin can be beneficial for some of the most dangerous diseases, and is generally consider a boost for overall health.
The health benefits of cumin include its ability to aid in digestion, improve immunity and treat piles, insomnia, respiratory disorders, asthma, bronchitis, common cold, lactation, anemia, skin disorders, boils and cancer. It can be used in soups, curries, rice (Jeera rice- famously prepared across India), dals etc.
Turmeric Powder– Turmeric or haldi has earned the title of ‘ The spice of life’ as it provides powerful mental and physical benefits. Its strong orange-yellow color is used in dals, vegetables and curries to provide color.
Not only is it a powerful antioxidant but one of the active ingredients in turmeric has shown to have powerful cancer fighting properties in animals, including shrinking tumours and killing in vitro cancer cells. Turmeric (along with ginger) is believed to have substantial Alzheimer’s fighting potential as well. It also helps lose weight and regulate your metabolism.
Indian Spices and their Health Benefits
Spices play an important role in Indian food. They bring out rich flavors, colors and most of all the typical taste. Apart from these, Indian spices provide a wide range of health benefits. These health benefits, that keeps our bodies fit and strong. Here are a few spices and their health benefits.
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