Ajwain (Trachyspermum Ammi) is a plant that produces small, seed-like fruits similar to caraway and cumin. It comes from the Apiaceae family, which is a group of plants that includes celery, caraway, coriander, fennel, parsley, and parsnips. It goes by many other names, including carom seed, bishop’s weed, and ajowan caraway. Ajwain is common in Indian food. It has a strong, bitter taste with an aroma similar to thyme. The “seeds,” which are actually fruits, are typically dry-roasted or ground and used in spice mixtures. 

Specialty ‎Vegan
Weight ‎Based on product
Ingredient Type ‎Vegetarian
Brand Spinuts
Form ‎Dry
Manufacturer Harsh Dryfruits
Net Quantity ‎Based on product
Product Dimensions ‎Based on product
Ingredients ‎Ajmo
Country of Origin ‎India

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