Ajowan Seed Whole
Small, pale-brown seeds with a distinct, thyme-like flavour and used in Indian dishes.
Other Common Names
Ajwain, Bishop's Weed, Carum (Carom) Seed. Botanical Name: (Carum ajowan)
Description & Use
Small, pale-brown seeds that look like celery and are collected from an annual which is cultivated in Northern India and Iran. Ajowan has a distinct ‘thyme-like’ flavour. Add to vegetable curries, steamed cabbage, carrots, potato and pumpkin. Use in slow-cooked dishes when the flavour of thyme and a slight peppery spiciness is wanted. Delicious in savoury biscuits and pastries such as samosas and pakoras. Produce of India packed in Australia