Everest Green Coriander has a taste which combines lemon and sage, with a sweet-note as suggestion. It's a cooling spice. It is a wonderful blend of garden-fresh aroma and accepted green colour. This variety is extensively used to give Indian curries its distinctive curry flavour.
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Sourced from the well drained, loamy regions of Gujarat and Rajasthan. This type is much valued for its high percentage of essential oil content that gives it an intense flavour. Cumin seeds has a penetrating musty, earthy flavour. It's a cooling spice. In the middle ages, cumin was believed to keep lovers faithful and chicken from straying. More recently, cumin has become popular because of its use in Mexican cooking. A native of Egypt and the Mediterranean, cumin is now mostly produced in India. Gujarat, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh are the prominent producers.
Fine ground and really aromatic Everest Black Pepper Powder is well-known for its exceptional flavor. It has a hot taste and spicy. These 'bold' berried peppers are sourcing from the last shipping port Alleppey a Southern district of Kerala. It is moreover one of the oldest and essential spices across the world.
An amber coloured resin extracted from the root or stem of a perennial plant, Hing plays many roles in many cultures. Scientifically called Ferula Assafoetida, Hing has been used as widely as in ancient Persia, Greece, Africa and India. From being used in warding away the evil eye to soothing stomach ailments, this spice has significant contribution to cultures around the world. But in cuisines, its pungent and strong aroma is put to good use as a replacement for onion and garlic. It gives off a smooth and robust flavour when released in hot oil. Today it is more commonly available in compounded forms.
This Everest blend strikes an even balance between aromatic and flavouring spice agents to give chicken a luscious, inviting flavour. Since this blend is used in apply-and-cook-over-the-fire situations, the flavouring spices predominate, in order not to dissipate under direct fire.