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Discover Ingredients from India
You may cook to remember, to remember lessons learned from childhood, aromas floating from the kitchen, cut, mix and fry until you have all the family recipes by heart.
You may cook to share, to enjoy the good times with your friends, to be there for someone who needs it, to express your personality, to give others your strength and help them thrive.
You may cook to explore, discover new possibilities, marvel at the power of even the simplest ingredients, always making sure to try and adjust as you go.
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With whoever is connected, Red Rickshaw connects it with flavors from all over Asia and the world, so you can enjoy the food you love, as well as the food you don't yet know.
We bring you the best spices and herbs for Indian cuisine. We offer you an unmatched range of ingredients at the best prices.
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We are passionate about Indian food and would love for you to join us in exploring the diversity of Indian food.
We have carefully selected the best quality Indian products on the market and "hard to find" to ensure our customers can meet all their Indian food needs in one place.
We serve over 1,000 fresh and frozen products: including spices, lentils, flour, rice, Indian sweets, snacks, health and beauty products, incense wands and much more!
Indian cuisine is able to mix all kinds of spices in its dishes until it conquers the most demanding palates. Many of these Indian spices are world-renowned and used, such as cayenne with its characteristic spicy flavor, the bitterest-tasting cumin, the aromatic clove spicy or coriander that adds bittersweet touches. All of them are used in the preparation of curries and can be added to soups and stews as well as meats and vegetables. World-renowned are also saffron and basil, which mostly combine with pastas and rice dishes and, of course, cinnamon and cardamom, used in Indian cuisine in desserts and sweets.
Indian spices for cooking
- Fenugreek (methi): It is a red, crunchy and bitter-tasting seed. The benefits of fenugreek for health include relief from anemia, fever, stomach and bile disorders, breathing problems, mouth ulcers, wounds and insomnia, among others.
- Asafétida (hing): It is a resin from the area of Kashmir. It is sold in powder, its smell is slightly reminiscent of truffle and is very spicy. It is a very interesting substitute for garlic and onion, and provides laxative and carminative properties.
- Cinnamon (dalchini): Although cinnamon comes from Sri Lanka, it has become one of the most popular Indian cuisine. It is used to balance blood sugar level, so it is usually recommended for use in patients with type 2 diabetes. Cinnamon also has properties for curb nausea and control cholesterol.
- Cardamom (elaichi): This is one of the most aromatic Indian spices. It has properties digestive, diuretic and carminative, so it is used to treat stomach problems. We can find cardamom in infusions like Chai tea.
- Coriander (dhania): Coriander is another Of the Indian spices that has been in use for thousands of years. It has properties anti-inflammatory and digestive. Recent studies proved that it also helped fight cholesterol and acted like antioxidant. Its fresh leaves and dried seeds are two ingredients widely used in Indian cuisine, providing a particular flavor that never disappoints.
- Cumin (jera): The cumin is a natural source of iron and a powerful stomach protector against nausea, gas or colic. It is used in virtually all regions of India due to its peculiar taste and color, and also its antiseptic properties
- Ginger (adhrak or saunt): It has been used for centuries in Asian cuisine in general. In particular, in Indian cuisine it is highly appreciated for its anti-inflammatory properties, which is why in many regions of India they take it in the form of tea to relieve throat conditions or nausea. It is one of the essential ingredients of much of this country's dishes, and responsible for giving a spicy touch to many sauces and curries.
- Fenugreco seeds (methi ke Beej): They have a very bitter taste so you have to toast them a little before using them. If we cook them we can eat them as if they were a legume giving any dish a light vanilla flavor. They regulate metabolism and are hypoglycemic.
- Tamarindo (Imli): Tamarind is a spice used especially in Southern Indian cuisine. It is a spice that contains a lot of Vitamins iron and calcium, and has powerful effects to prevent digestive problems and even joint inflammation. It has a very particular taste between sweet, sour and sour that gives a unique flavor to chutneys and soups. It is also known as indian date, and is the sticky pulp that surrounds the seeds contained within large brown pods.