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Anardana sabut

Anardana sabut

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Similar to sumac or amchoor, anardana is used as a souring agent in Indian and Persian cuisine.

Pomegranate Seeds, Dried: Also known as "Anardana". Indian cuisine uses the slightly sticky, fruity, pleasantly sweet, and acidic pomegranate seeds as a souring agent because as they dry, bits of pomegranate pulp are left on the seeds.

Important Nutrients: They are abundant in fatty acids, fibre, and antioxidants, all of which may be good for your health.

Additionally, they are a good source of magnesium and vitamin E.

Application: Chunk You can make Indian chutneys and curries, salad dressings, fine powder, pudding, and chocolates with dried pomegranate seeds.

Additionally, it can be used in place of raisins in baked goods like cookies and muffins.

For meat and fish, especially those that would benefit from the crunch of its internal seeds, it works perfectly in chutneys, relishes, and spice rubs.

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