Coriander or Dhaniya powder is a must-have spices ingredient in all Indian Households. Coriander leaves contain a compound called coriandrin, that helps to manipulate lipid metabolism thereby lowering your cholesterol levels.
Cowpea White (Alasande) It is an excellent source of fiber, foliate and iron. It helps to induce urination and relieves damp conditions like leucorrhoea. Cow pea tones the spleen, stomach and pancreas. Phytosterols present in the beans may help to reduce blood cholesterol levels.
Turmeric powder has a warm, bitter, black pepper–like flavor and earthy, mustard-like aroma. Curcumin, a bright yellow chemical produced by the turmeric plant, is approved as a food additive by the World Health Organization, European Parliament, and United States Food and Drug Administration.
Tapioca pearls are round-shaped granules which are popularly known as Sago or Sabudana in India.. Many individuals use this to make a variety of savoury snacks and wholesome meals. There are others who add it to milk alongside other ingredients including sugar to make a sweet dessert.