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Ajwain Powder

Ajwain is a plant that produces small, seed-like fruits similar to caraway and cumin. These seeds are also known as bishop's, an uncommon spice found in some regions of Asia. They're slightly green to brown in colour. They look similar to cumin seeds, but their flavor and aroma are closer to thyme. Ajwain seeds are commonly used in spice blends after being dry-roasted or ground.

Dasht Ajwain Powder is processed from the finest quality Ajwain Seeds. The taste of Ajwain is similar to that of thyme after chewing. Since ancient times, Ajwain powder has been used in cooking and medicinal purposes and is part of Middle Eastern, Indian and African cooking. Also, it adds authentic flavors, aromas, and textures to your food items. This powder also possesses antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and may effectively treat peptic ulcers, reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Taste and Aroma

Ajwain powder has a spicy, bitter taste similar to thyme.

Usage of Ajwain Powder

In Pakistani cuisine, Ajwain is often part of the tadka in a dish. Tadka, or tempering, is a cooking method in which oil or butter (most often ghee) is heated until very hot, and whole spices are added and fried, creating a chaunk. Ajwain powder is incorporated into lentil dishes or added as a final touch or garnish to a dish. Pickles, chicken, and fish, as well as other spices, are seasoned with ajwain powder. Snacks, biscuits, sauces, and soups are all flavored with it. It is also used to refresh the mouth.

Raw or cooked Ajwain can be served at the end of a meal contains lots of fat or starch; its sharpness is a great contrast to the richness of the ingredients. Ajwain is also used in bread & biscuit dough and then sprinkled over the top when baked.

Nutritional Facts of Ajwain Powder

Dasht Ajwain is incredibly nutritious rich in Fiber, Antioxidants, and other Vitamins and Minerals. It also comprises nutrients like calcium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, thiamine, iron, and niacin.

Health Benefits of Ajwain Powder

Apart from adding flavour to our dishes, ajwain has several health benefits 

  • Helps in weight loss

  • Maintains our digestive health

  • Treats the common cold

  • Suitable for ear and toothaches

  • Reduce hair greying

  • Relieves pain from arthritis

  • Aids in the treatment of constipation

  • Aids in the treatment of pain from kidney disorders. 

  • Aids in the treatment of Asthma.

  • During the menstrual period, it treats excessive bleeding.

  • It aids in the cleansing of the uterus and stomach and the relief of irregular periods.

Storage Tips

Store in a cool, dark place where it will last for at least a year.

Black Pepper Powder

Black pepper is one of the most ubiquitous spices worldwide; black pepper is known as the 'king of the spices.' There is a distinct and undeniable earthiness to the flavor of black pepper, one that is woody, piney, and sharp all at the same time. Black pepper also has a unique spicy taste all its own and is both biting and hot to average and refined palettes alike. It is most commonly used in concert with salt, and the familiar salt-and-pepper shakers that can be found in any kitchen testify to its popularity. Black Pepper Powder is also known as Kali Mirch powder. Black pepper is the most pungent and flavourful of all other peppers, and it is available as a whole, cracked peppercorn or a powder form.

Black pepper powder is not only known for its unique flavour profile, but it is also used to treat arthritis, asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, bronchitis, cholera (a bacterial infection that causes diarrhea), colic, depression, diarrhea, gas, headache, sex drive, menstrual pain, stuffy nose, respiratory disease, dizziness, vitiligo (discolored skin), weight loss, and cancer.

Taste and Aroma

The characteristic flavour of black pepper powder is spicy, woody, warm, and herbaceous.


  • Black pepper powder is considered an essential spice of garam masala.
  • 2-3 teaspoons of black pepper powder are sufficient to bring enough flavor in pulao, biryani, curries and gravy recipes.
  • Ground pepper powder is often used for seasoning various salads and raita recipes.
  • You can coat the steaks, skewed paneer or chicken with crushed peppercorns before cooking.

Health Benefits

Amazing facts

  • Prevents cancer
  • Cleanses your intestines and stomach
  • Helps in losing weight
  • Detoxifies your body
  • Regulates heart rate and high blood pressure
  • Helps in producing red blood cells
  • Rich in vitamin B and produces calcium
  • Prevents constipation
  • Prevents skin deformation & wrinkles

Storage Tips

Black pepper powder must be stored in a cool, dry and dark place.
Chili Flakes

Dasht Chilli Flakes are made with super spicy red chillies to give your food a hot and tangy twist. Dasht Chilli Flakes are hot and fiery in taste. Dasht chilli flakes add spiciness and are used along with many other spices, giving a unique flavour to traditional food.

Dasht Chilli flakes are filled with antioxidants that help fight oxidative stress in the body and promote overall good health. Dasht Chilli Flakes are also used to enhance the visual appearance of the dish as well. Chilli flakes are a must ingredient in traditional cuisines, and the taste of food is raised to another level when it is topped with Chilli Flakes. Dasht Chilli flakes are an excellent substitute for salt if you're controlling your salt intake, and they'll provide flavour without adding salt.

Dasht Chilli Flakes have an abundance of cooking and health benefits. This multi-beneficial spice does everything from brightening flavour in dishes to preventing diseases. If you're on a diet or aiming to eat less, add chilli flakes to all you eat. They're also effective for clearing congestion throughout cold and flu season and stuffy noses. This is because the spicy heat in the flake aids in the clearing of mucus from your nose and lungs.

Nutritional Facts

  • Calories. 3cal. 0.16% RDA/RI
  • Carbs. 0g. 0.32% RDA/RI
  • Sugars. 0g
  • Protein. 0g. 0.20% RDA/RI
  • Fats. 0g. 0.08% RDA/RI
  • Salt. 0g
  • Fibre. 0g. 0.93% RDA/RI


  • They are used in savoury food, including Stews, Creamy Sauces, Pasta, Pizzas etc.
  • Start the day off well by sprinkling Dasht Chilli Flakes on your eggs or toast and savour the hunger perks all day.
  • Chilli Flakes can be used in pickling, chowders, spaghetti and sausages.
  • Chilli Flakes can be mixed with bread crumbs before sprinkling over vegetables.
  • The rich colouring of Dasht Chilli Flakes enhances the visual appeal of cuisine but can also be used as a key flavouring.

Health Benefits of Chilli Flakes

  • Rich in Antioxidants

  • Anti- Inflammatory 

  • Relieves Congestion

  • Boosts Immunity

  • Prevents Stomach Ulcers

  • Aids in Weight loss

  • Pain Reliever

  • Soothes Intestinal Diseases

Storage Tips

Store in a cool, dark place where it will last for at least a year.
Cinnamon Powder

Cinnamon is an old-fashioned flavour that originates from the bark of a few types of the Cinnamomum class of evergreen trees, which have a place with the shrub family.

Dasht Cinnamon powder is a must-have in any kitchen, and is commonly used as a zest, sprinkled on toast and lattes. Dasht Cinnamon powder has a warm, slightly hot flavour that complements many dishes. It's delicious in sweet treats and healthy oats, and it's a great addition to delicious dinners.

The anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties of Dasht Cinnamon Powder can provide additional help to those trying to lose weight by promoting an overall healthy body that'll process food better.

Taste and Aroma

Cinnamon Powder has warm , slightly hot flavour.

Nutritional Facts

  • energy: 6.42 calories
  • carbohydrates: 2.1 g
  • calcium: 26.1 milligrams (mg)
  • iron: 0.21 mg
  • magnesium: 1.56 mg
  • phosphorus: 1.66 mg
  • potassium: 11.2 mg
  • vitamin A: 0.39 micrograms


Cinnamon powder is used in cakes, pies, puddings, and other pastries.

Sprinkled over a fresh apple or a fruity crusty treat

Cinnamon sugar can be made by combining cinnamon powder and sugar, sprinkling on oats, pie crusts, doughnuts, bread, and biscuits, and that's just the beginning.

As an enhancing ingredient in a marinade for hamburgers, venison, or lamb.

Dasht cinnamon powder is used to flavour hot cocoa.

Health Benefits

  • Protects against HIV
  • Controls Cholesterol
  • Heals and Treats Wounds
  • As a Powerful Anti-Oxidant
  • Reduces Arthritis Pain
  • Treats Infertility
  • Protects Oral Health
  • Boosts Metabolism
  • Protects the Brain
  • Regulates Menstrual Cycles for PCOS
  • Incredible for Skin
  • As a Hair Care Product
  • For Weight Loss
  • Improves Fungal Infections
  • Influences the Level of Blood Sugar

Storage Tips

Store in a cool, dark place where it will last for at least a year.If eaten in large amounts, Cinnamon may interact with medications for diabetes, heart disease, and liver disease, and it may either enhance their effects or increase their side effects.
Clove Powder

Dasht Clove powder is generated from processing clove flower buds to powder. Cloves are used as whole or ground in many dishes such as rice, sauces etc. Clove is used in many cultures worldwide, from things like a meat to dessert. Sometimes Laung is taken separately after meal to freshen the breath.

Dasht Clove powder has a distinct sweet astringent and aromatic flavour and scent. Cloves powder is used in spice blends for meat rubs and marinades. It is also used to spice up curries, season meats, enrich sauces and even flavour spiced baked goods. Clove powder adds a rich flavour to your dishes and treats sore throats, toothaches, and obesity.

The antioxidant properties of clove powder balance blood sugar levels, reduce inflammation and alleviates digestive discomfort. The germicidal properties of clove powder make it a very effective remedy for dental pain, toothache, sore gums and mouth ulcers. 

Taste and Aroma

 It has a strong, sweet and bitter aroma.

Nutritional Facts

Minerals in Dasht Clove Powder include potassium, calcium, sodium, and magnesium. It also contains phosphorus, iron, zinc, vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, vitamin A and K.


  • Clove powder is used in the culinary to flavour hot drinks such as tea, cookies, loaves of bread, and cakes.
  • Close is used in the cosmetics industry to make perfumes and soaps.
  • Clove powder is best known in medicine for its use in toothpaste.
  • Any garam masala would be incomplete without clove. Cloves powder is also used to flavour Biryani dishes and Pulao rice.
  • Crushed or ground cloves are the best addition to desserts that require a warm, spicy flavour.

Health Benefits of Clove Powder

  • Relieves Headaches
  • Treats Eczema
  • Alleviate Tooth Pain
  • Heals Inflammation
  • Powerful Antioxidant
  • Improves Liver Health
  • Regulates Blood Sugar Level 
  • Reduces Stomach Ulcers
  • Boosts Immune System
  • Acts as a Cough Suppressant

Storage Tips

Store in a cool, dark place where it will last for at least a year.
Coriander Powder

Coriander, also known as dhania, is a herb related to parsley, carrots, and celery. In foods, coriander is used as a culinary spice.

Dasht Coriander Powder, made with fresh and aromatic coriander seeds, enhances cuisine's texture and lends it an irresistible aroma. Its mild aroma, which stimulates appetite, makes it a mainstay in many curries and gravies. This coriander powder goes well with cumin powder or garam masala and aromatics and spices like onions, garlic, ginger, and green chillies in many traditional dishes. A teaspoon of Dasht Coriander Powder adds a delicate, delicious flavour to any dish without being overwhelming.

Dasht Coriander Powder is rich in powerful antioxidants like vitamin C and fights against free radicals that damage the skin. This powder may help lower your blood sugar, fight infections, and promote heart, brain, skin, and digestive health. Antifungal and antimicrobial properties of Dasht Coriander Powder used to treat eczema. It's a cleanser, disinfectant, and even a cure for black lips. 

Taste and Aroma

Coriander has a slightly sweet flavour.

Nutritional Facts

Coriander powder contains large amounts of vitamins and minerals. It is a good source of fibre and minerals, including calcium, iron, magnesium, and manganese.


Coriander powder is versatile and may be used in a variety of cuisines.

  • Coriander powder is a common ingredient in spice rubs, marinades, chilis, sauces, soups and curries and works well with onions, bell peppers, tomatoes and potatoes.
  • It is an essential ingredient of many curries and gravies as it has a mild aroma that instigates the appetite.
  • Drinking coriander water in the morning can help improve digestion throughout the day and boost metabolism. Both these properties can help aid the weight loss process.
  • Adding coriander powder to pancake and waffle mixes imparts a pleasing taste.

Health Benefits

  • Fights Infections
  • Promotes Digestion
  • Rich in Powerful Antioxidants 
  • Prevents Anemia
  • Cures Skin Problems
  • Lowers Risk of Heart Diseases
  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Reduces Blood Sugar Level
  • Boosts Immune System
  • Protects Brain Health

Storage Tips

Store in a cool, dark place where it will last for at least a year.
Cumin Powder

Cumin is the dried seed of the herb from the parsley family that is used as a seasoning in traditional cuisine. It is traditionally added to curries, Mexican & Moroccan dishes, among many others. It is an essential part of many spice blends (garam masala or curry masala.

Dasht Roasted cumin powder, called Bhuna Zeera, is made by dry roasting cumin seeds and then grinding them to a fine powder. It is rich in antioxidants, calcium & magnesium. Dasht cumin powder blends well with the dish's base and becomes a part of the overall flavour and aroma. It is an essential part of spice blends such as garam masala and curry powder.

The spice is also delicious in rice dishes, stews, soups, loaves of bread, pickles, barbecue sauces, and chilli sauce. A teaspoon of this spice is all you need to improve the flavour of your everyday meals. Dasht Cumin Powder contains antioxidants that can helps prevent cancer, heart disease, and high blood pressure.

Taste and Aroma

Dasht Cumin Powder has a peppery and slightly bitter taste.


  • Dasht Cumin Powder is used as a quick sprinkle in very tiny amounts on salads, soups, curries, and condiments.
  • Dasht cumin powder is added to yogurt, which helps to reduce the acidity problem. 
  • It stimulates the appetite and aids detoxification of the body. It also increases metabolism and can be used to treat boils.
  • The powder also adds a delicious flavour to rice dishes, stews, soups, bread, pickles, barbecue sauces, and chilli sauce.
  • Cumin powder's smoky flavour can be used in chocolatey recipes such as mousse, fudge, and cakes.

Health Benefits

  • Soothes Skin
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Treats Acne
  • Prevents Signs of Aging
  • Improves Digestion
  • Prevents Diabetes
  • Fights Common Cold
  • Improves Immunity
  • Energy Booster
  • Aids in Weight Loss
  • Relieves Asthma
  • Regulates Blood Pressure
  • Prevents Iron Deficiency

Storage Tips

Store in a cool, dark place where it will last for at least a year.
Curry Powder

Curry leaves are a citrusy, aromatic, flavor-enhancing herb that imparts a distinctive fragrance and a unique allure to your food. These glossy and stately leaves come in a beautiful elongated shape and a shiny deep green hue, making them one of the most picture-perfect herbs you can find.

Curry leaves are widely used in Pakistani kitchens, rice, rice, and snacks. They are known for their aromatic and distinctive flavour; however, they have more than just an appetite-tickling flavour.

Curry leaves are herbs known to have essential nutrients that help with weight loss, blood pressure, indigestion, anaemia, diabetes, acne, hair loss.

Summarizing the above, curry patta powder is a natural flavoring agent with several essential health benefits, which make your food both healthy and tasty along with a pleasing aroma.

Taste and Aroma Description

Curry leaves have a characteristic flavour, though it is difficult to define the actual taste and compare it to citrus, anise, or lemongrass. Once cooked, they impart a sharp bite and a nutty aroma. A host of Pakistani snacks and entree dishes are tempered with curry leaves. 

Nutritional Facts of Curry Patta Powder

The primary nutrients found in curry leaves are carbohydrates, fiber, calcium, phosphorous, iron, magnesium, copper, and minerals.

A Few Ideas to Get You Started

Here are four ways to use curry leaves in cooking.

Curry leaves can be used liberally in cooking, and they visually enhance the food and lend a subtle aroma to it.

  1.  Tadka- Add a teaspoon in tadka to release more intense flavors and aroma. They are vital, especially in cooking curries, often paired with mustard seeds, asafoetida, or chilies.
  1.  Pop Corn- Next time you pop your corn kernels for popcorn, add curry leaves to the oil. Coconut oil or Chiltan Pure ghee also adds great flavors to popcorn.
  2.  Roasted Veggies- Add a teaspoon of curry leaf powder when roasting veggies. You will love the citrusy aromas in your baked fries or crispy cauliflower
  3.  Aromatic Ghee- Add a spring of curry leaf powder after the ghee is cooked to add a wonderful aroma to homemade ghee.

Amazing facts

  • Curry leaves powder help to protect the health of your nervous system, including your brain.
  • It helps reduce high blood sugar levels and protect against symptoms related to diabetes, including nerve pain and kidney damage.
  • This powder helps reduce inflammation-related genes and proteins. 
  • It protects our liver from damage caused due to oxidative stress.
  • Traditionally, curry leaves are believed to have beneficial for well-being. This is primarily because curry leaves are rich in Vitamin A.

Health Benefits of Curry Patta Powder

  • Weight loss
  • Wound Healing
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Suitable for people with diabetes
  • Good for vision
  • Reduce stress
  • Heals wounds, burns, and skin eruptions

Storage Tips

Store it in a dark, dry place away from direct sunlight.
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