20603 Shelled Cardamom, Caravan 1 oz
20604 Green Pod Cardamom, Caravan 0.5 oz
20605 Coriander Seed, Caravan 1 oz
20606 Cumin, Caravan 1 oz
20607 Fennel Seed, Caravan 1 oz
20608 Fenugreek, Caravan 1.5 oz
20609 Brown Mustard Seed, Caravan 1.5 oz
20612 Black Sesame Seed, Caravan 2 oz
20614 Annatto Seed, Caravan 2 oz
Shelled Cardamom
Product Specification Sheet
20603 Shelled Cardamom, Caravan 1 oz
  • Item: 20603
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 1 oz / 0.03kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20603 0
30603 Shelled Cardamom, Small Jar 2.3 oz
  • Item: 30603
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.14lb / 0.06kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30603 7

SHELLED CARDAMOM

Cardamom is the dried green pod of a bush grown in India since antiquity. It yields an intoxicatingly aromatic seed that is central to Indian and Arab cuisines.

Indians add cardamoms to curries, pilafs, and vegetable dishes. Northern Europeans use it in breads, pastries and cakes. Arabs use it to flavor their coffee.

Add a pod of INDIA TREE Cardamom to a cup of hot coffee or tea, or mix ground seeds with the coffee before brewing. Add whole cardamoms to a traditional Indian curry. Combine them with whole cloves, cinnamon, and black peppercorns to flavor Basmati rice. Use them to flavor the liquid for poaching apples and pears. Use ground cardamom in the making of Swedish cardamom rolls. Blend it with freshly ground pepper and honey to create a sweet and savory marinade for baked chicken.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No
INGREDIENTS

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CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Green Pod Cardamom
Product Specification Sheet
20604 Green Pod Cardamom, Caravan 0.5 oz
  • Item: 20604
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 0.5 oz / 0.01kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20604 7
30604 Green Pod Cardamom, Small Jar 1.2 oz
  • Item: 30604
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.08lb / 0.04kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30604 4

GREEN POD CARDAMOM

Cardamom is the dried green pod of a bush grown in India since antiquity. It yields an intoxicatingly aromatic seed that is central to Indian and Arab cuisines.

Indians add cardamoms to curries, pilafs, and vegetable dishes. Northern Europeans use it in breads, pastries and cakes. Arabs use it to flavor their coffee.

Add a pod of INDIA TREE Cardamom to a cup of hot coffee or tea, or mix ground seeds with the coffee before brewing. Add whole cardamoms to a traditional Indian curry. Combine them with whole cloves, cinnamon, and black peppercorns to flavor Basmati rice. Use them to flavor the liquid for poaching apples and pears.Use ground cardamom in the making of Swedish cardamom rolls. Blend it with freshly ground pepper and honey to create a sweet and savory marinade for baked chicken.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No
INGREDIENTS

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Coriander Seed
Product Specification Sheet
20605 Coriander Seed, Caravan 1 oz
  • Item: 20605
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 1 oz / 0.03kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20605 4
30605 Coriander Seed, Small Jar 1.1 oz
  • Item: 30605
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.07lb / 0.03kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30605 1

CORIANDER SEED

Coriander is an herb native to western Asia and the Mediterranean, prized both for its seeds and its leaves, which are also known as Chinese parsley or cilantro. Coriander seeds are characterized by a woody, floral fragrance and a mildly sweet and citrusy taste. They can be used to flavor fish, sausages, breads, cakes, cucumber pickles, curries, and chutneys.

Add INDIA TREE Coriander to traditional Asian or Indian curries; combine it with olive oil, lemon juice, and mustard to marinate chicken; bake it into pies with autumn fruits or stir it into a fruit compote; combine it with cumin and celery and stir into a carrot or parsnip soup.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Cumin
Product Specification Sheet
20606 Cumin, Caravan 1 oz
  • Item: 20606
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 1 oz / 0.03kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20606 1
30606 Cumin, Small Jar 1.5 oz
  • Item: 30606
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.09lb / 0.04kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30606 8

CUMIN

Cumin is the brown seed of a small plant native to the Nile valley. This spicy-sweet, sharply pungent spice belongs to the same family as caraway, coriander, and fennel. Its warm, earthy flavor is an important component in North African, Mexican, and Indian cooking.

We can trace the use of cumin to over 4,000 years ago. It traveled over the trade routes from Egypt west through North Africa and east into Asia. The Spaniards brought it to Mexico in the 16th C. We recommend dry roasting the seeds just before grinding them.

Use INDIA TREE Cumin to flavor Moroccan couscous, chile con carne, and curries; mix whole toasted seeds into whipped potatoes; use ground cumin as a crust for baked fish.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value

Fennel Seed Specifications | INDIA TREE

Product Specification Sheet
20607 Fennel Seed, Caravan 1 oz
  • Item: 20607
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 1 oz / 0.03kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20607 8
30607 Fennel Seed, Small Jar 1.3 oz
  • Item: 30607
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.08lb / 0.04kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30607 5

FENNEL SEED

The fennel plant resembles dill, but has a sweet anise flavor. It has been used from ancient times in all its forms--leaf, seed, and root. The ancient Greeks regarded it as a symbol of success. To the Romans it signified flattery. The Anglo-Saxons considered it to be one of the nine sacred herbs. Fennel has long been known as the 'fish' herb.

Add INDIA TREE Whole Fennel Seeds to the water when poaching fish; add crushed fennel seeds to a tomato sauce for pasta containing tuna, olives, and lemon zest; use to flavor delicate soups, e.g., carrot or white bean; mix into ground pork or chicken along with other seasonings to make a savory sausage for pizza or pasta; crush the seeds and add them to a vinagrette for use on a Greek salad made with olives, tomatoes, cucumbers, and feta cheese.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Fenugreek
Product Specification Sheet
20608 Fenugreek, Caravan 1.5 oz
  • Item: 20608
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 1.5 oz / 0.04kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20608 5
30608 Fenugreek, Small Jar 2.5 oz
  • Item: 30608
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.16lb / 0.07kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30608 2

FENUGREEK

Fenugreek has been used as a flavoring since antiquity. It is a native of the Mediterranean, but is most often found in Indian dishes, especially curries.

Fenugreek has a strong aroma, and uncooked fenugreek has a bitter taste. Dry roasting the seeds in a skillet or an oven before grinding will eliminate the bitterness and bring out a warm, maple-like flavor.

Add INDIA TREE Fenugreek to traditional Indian dishes; use them to perfume the oil for a vegetable stir fry; mix with chile and garlic for a spicy meat rub; add a dash to a pot of vegetable and lentil stew; crush the seeds with salt and knead the the mixture into bread dough; blend with red chiles, tamarind, and coconut for a tangy potato curry.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No
INGREDIENTS

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Brown Mustard Seed
Product Specification Sheet
20609 Brown Mustard Seed, Caravan 1.5 oz
  • Item: 20609
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 1.5 oz / 0.04kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20609 2
30609 Brown Mustard Seed, Small Jar 2.25 oz
  • Item: 30609
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.14lb / 0.06kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30609 9

BROWN MUSTARD SEED

Mustard seeds are the fruit of the mustard plant, a member of the cabbage family. Brown mustard seeds are native to the Himalayan region of India, where their piquant heat features prominently in the traditional cuisine.

The raw seeds have virtually no aroma, but when ground or cooked, they release a pungent, earthy fragrance. Mustard seeds add aromatic depth to many dishes. Use them whole, ground, or crushed.

We suggest dry roasting them or heating them in hot oil until they begin to pop, in order to coax out their deliciously nutty flavor. Combine roasted INDIA TREE Brown Mustard Seeds with oil and lemon juice to dress a carrot winter salad; simmer in a spicy chicken curry; mix ground mustard seeds with oil and other spices to create a coating for baked fish.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No
INGREDIENTS

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Black Sesame Seed
Product Specification Sheet
20612 Black Sesame Seed, Caravan 2 oz
  • Item: 20612
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 2 oz / 0.06kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20612 2
30612 Black Sesame Seed, Small Jar 2.25 oz
  • Item: 30612
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.14lb / 0.06kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30612 9

BLACK SESAME SEED

Black sesame seed, one of the world's oldest spices, is probably of African origin, but is now grown in Guatemala, throughout southern Asia, and in the Mediterranean. These small, flat, ovals emit a mildly nutty aroma and have a rich, earthy taste. They are popular in Chinese and Japanese cooking, often adding a touch of drama as a garnish to a dish.

Toss INDIA TREE Black Sesame Seeds into a salad or vegetable dish just before serving; use them to coat fish such as ahi tuna before cooking to create a crunchy outer shell; combine with soy sauce to dress a Japanese noodle salad; sprinkle over the dough for a flatbread or Turkish pita.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No
INGREDIENTS

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value
Annatto Seed
Product Specification Sheet
20614 Annatto Seed, Caravan 2 oz
  • Item: 20614
  • Packaging: Caravan
  • Weight: 2 oz / 0.06kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 20614 6
30614 Annatto Seed, Small Jar 2.5 oz
  • Item: 30614
  • Packaging: Small Jar
  • Weight: 0.16lb / 0.07kg
  • UPC: 7 34865 30614 3

ANNATTO SEED

Annatto seeds come from the fruit of the annatto tree, an evergreen native to Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean. In these regions it is used as both a spice and a colorant, adding a golden-orange color to the dishes in which it appears. In Puerto Rico it is used to color the oil in which rice is cooked; in northern Mexico it is used to make achiote, a paste for marinating meat, fish, and poultry; in Yucatan, it is used as a dye for cloth.

Heat INDIA TREE Annatto Seeds in oil, then use the oil to add aroma and color to a chicken dish; grind them with other spices and add to a slow cooking Mexican bean dish; grind them to powder and whisk into a grilled tofu marinade.

To make achiote paste, combine INDIA TREE Annatto Seeds with Mexican oregano, cumin seeds, peppercorns, and whole allspice. Grind this mixture in an electric spice/coffee grinder, sift and grind again. Add only enough water to the ground spices to make a paste. Store in the freezer.

To use, crush a small amount of paste with garlic and sea salt, thin with mild vinegar or bitter orange juice. Allow the meat to marinate in this mixture for 1 or 2 hours, or overnight, before roasting or grilling.

SHELF LIFE: 3 Years

ALLERGENS:
Eggs: No Fish: No Milk: No Peanuts: No
Shellfish: No Soy: No Tree Nuts: No Wheat: No
INGREDIENTS

kosher

CROSS-CONTAMINATION:
Because we source our products from many different suppliers, it is impossible to determine whether any cross-contamination has occurred at some point in the supply chain.
The product has no significant nutritional value