Also called ajowan, bishop's weed, or carum, these tiny seeds are packed with flavor! They have an aroma similar to thyme, and a slightly bitter taste with notes of oregano, celery seed, and anise. In Indian cooking, ajwain is often used to flavor pastries and breads like samosa shells, parathas, and rotis. It's also used as a seasoning for potato curries and as a tempering for dals and pakoras.
1 oz Bag