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List Of Indian Spices Names In English-Telugu-Hindi

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Indian Spices

List Of Indian Spices Called In English-Telugu-Hindi

Indian food includes spices which gives flavor, taste and also have various health benefits. when Spices or Masala blend with food not only gives flavor but good taste as well as good health, Spices play a very important role in Indian cooking. Indian spices add flavor, aroma, colour etc to every dish.

Below are Indian Spices list in English, Telugu, Hindi that are used in cooking:

Asafoetida is known as Inguva in telugu and called as Hing in hindi

Basil is known as Tulasi in telugu and called as Tulsi in hindi

Bay Leaf is known as Biriyani Aaku in telugu and called as Tej Patta in hindi

Black Cardamom is known as Pedda Yelakulu in telugu and called as Badi Elaichi in hindi

Black Cumin, Onion Seeds is known as Nalla Jeelakarra in telugu and called as Kalonji in hindi

Black pepper / Peppercorns is known as Miriyalu in telugu and called as Kali Mirchi in hindi

Black Salt is known as Nalla Uppu in telugu and called as Kaali Namak in hindi

Black Stone Flower / Kalpasi is known as Kallupachi in telugu and called as Pathar Ka Phool in hindi

Capers is known as Kokilakshamu in telugu and called as Kabra in hindi

Cardamom is known as Yelakulu in telugu and called as Elaichi in hindi

Caraway Seeds is known as Sima Jirakai in telugu and called as Siya Zira / Shia zira in hindi

Carom Seeds / Thymol seeds is known as Vamu in telugu and called as Ajwain in hindi

Celery is known as Vamu Aku or Vamaku in telugu and called as Shalari, Ajmud, Randhuni in hindi

Charoli is known as Saara Pappu in telugu and called as Chironji in hindi

Cinnamomum Cassia is known as Lavanga Patta in telugu and called as Jangli dalchini in hindi

Cinnamon is known as Dalchina chekka in telugu and called as Dalchini in hindi

Cinnamon Buds is known as Nagakesaramu in telugu and called as Naaga Keshar in hindi

Citric Acid is known as Nimma Uppu in telugu and called as Nimboo Phool / Saji Na Phool in hindi

Cloves is known as Lavangam, Lavangalu in telugu and called as Lavang in hindi

Coconut is known as Kobbari Kaya in telugu and called as Naryal in hindi

Coriander Seeds / Coriander Powder is known as Dhaniyalu in telugu and called as Dhania / Hara Dhaniya in hindi

Cubeb / Tailed Pepper is known as Toka Miriyalu in telugu and called as Kebab Cheeni / Kabab Chini in hindi

Cumin Seeds is known as Jilakarra in telugu and called as Jeera in hindi

Curry Leaves is known as Karivepaku in telugu and called as Kadi Patta in hindi

Dill Leaves is known as Soya kura in telugu and called as Soa, Shepu in hindi

Dill Seeds is known as Sadapa Vittulu in telugu and called as Shepu in hindi

Dried Kapok Buds is known as Tella Buruga in telugu and called as Shalmali, Semul in hindi

Dry Fenugreek leaf is known as Endu Menthi Aakulu in telugu and called as Dried Kasuri Methi in hindi

Dry ginger is known as Sonti in telugu and called as Sonth in hindi

Fennel Seeds is known as Sompu in telugu and called as Saunf in hindi

Fenugreek seeds is known as Menthulu in telugu and called as Methi Dana in hindi

Fresh Coriander is known as Kothimeera in telugu and called as Hara dhaniya in hindi

Garcinia is known as — in telugu and called as Kokam in hindi

Garcinia cambogia / Malabar Tamarind / Fish Tamarind is known as — in telugu and called as Goraka in hindi

Garcinia Indica is known as Vaakudu Kaaya in telugu and called as Kokum in hindi

Garlic is known as Velluli Paya in telugu and called as Lahsun in hindi

Ginger is known as Allam in telugu and called as Adrak in hindi

Greater Galanga is known as — in telugu and called as Kulanjan in hindi