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TRS Haldi Powder (Turmeric)
TRS Kasoori Methi Leaves
TRS Chilli Powder (Kashmiri)
TRS Jeera Whole
TRS Garam Masala Powder
East End Curry Leaves
East End Ground Coriander
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TRS Cardamom Green
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East End Mustard Seeds Black Zip
MDH Deggi Mirch / Chilli Powder
TRS Tandoori Masala
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East End Kasoori Methi
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East End Ground Cumin (Jeera)
East End Fenugreek Seeds Zip
TRS Chillies Whole (Kashmiri)
TRS Cardamom Black
East End Ground Garam Masala
East End Mustard Seeds Black
TRS Haldi Powder (Turmeric)
Fudco Bay Leaves Tej Patta Whole
Coriander (Dhania)
East End Cinnamon (Dalchini) Stick
East End Paprika Powder

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As an important part of our value chain, as we deal with food and drinks, we offer a return policy under certain major circumstances. If you have opened the product, you will not be entitled to a refund (unless it’s a damage to the product itself). You will receive a refund once the product has arrived back at our warehouse and we have assessed its condition (in original packaging) delivery charges will be applicable. For return instructions, please contact our Customer Service at customercare@tajspices.co.uk.

About Spices and Herbs

Check out our most recent hand-picked spices and herbs offers. You may discover all the flavours your recipes call for in this wide collection, which spans the world, for use in everything from your grill to your cooktop to your slow cooker.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the most popular herb?

In the United States, basil is the most often utilized herb. Italian basil is peppery and has a subtle anise flavour. It is sweeter than purple basil. The versatility of sweet green basil may be seen in cuisines from Italy (basil pesto) and Southeast Asia (green chicken curry).

What is allspices?

The dried, unripened fruit of the myrtle pepper tree, or pimento, native to Jamaica and most of Central America, is known as allspice. The berries are fermented momentarily before being sun-dried until brown. Allspice is a single-ingredient seasoning with a unique flavour that is sometimes mistaken for a combination of spices.

What is the most popular spice in the US?

The most prevalent spice imports in the United States are vanilla beans, black, white, and chile peppers, sesame seed, cinnamon, mustard, and oregano, with cumin, paprika, and turmeric gaining popularity in recent years.

What are the oldest herbs?

Gingko is a vital herb in Chinese medicine and one of the oldest tree species. It is also one of the earliest homoeopathic herbs. The leaves are used to make capsules, pills, and extracts, and can also be used to make tea when dried. Its capacity to improve brain health is likely its most well-known feature.

Is Basil a herb or spice?

Basil, rosemary, and parsley are common spices in kitchens, yet they are aromatic leaves and hence qualify as herbs. Because spices are derived from crushed sections of plants that are particularly high in essential oils, they have a stronger flavour than herbs.

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