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Chili

Chili
Chili is actually a native of South America. It was first introduced in India towards the end of the 15th century by the Portuguese. Following this, chili became an indispensable flavor in the Indian cuisine. In curried dishes, the spice is frequently used. Dry chili is also recognized for its medicinal and anti-irritant values.

Coriander
Coriander

Coriander is native to the Mediterranean region but is commercially produced in India. It is characterized by its delicate fragrance, and the seeds vary between pale white to light brown. As a tropical crop, coriander is cultivated during the rabi season. It is among the most healthful and preferred spices for flavoring food. Coriander is frequently used for creating seasonings and curry powder. The spice finds a place in both, mainstream and alternative medications. At Arora Brothers, we are committed to delivering the best quality of coriander for home or commercial use. We supply coriander for both, retail and wholesale.

Cumin
Cumin

Cumin is native to Egypt, but India is the largest producer of Cumin or jeera in the world. The spice is among the preferred ingredients for curry powder, along with coriander. Coriander is pungent and slightly bitter, apart from being hot. It is extensively used in Indian cuisine and bakery products such as cookies and cakes. Arora Brothers sources the finest quality of cumin for its consumers, conscious of the right taste and flavors. With its high nutritive value, cumin adds essence to Indian curries and we make cumin available for both, wholesale and retail.