Glossary Of Indian Spices And Translation To Various Indian Languages

Glossary Of Indian Spices And Translation To Various Indian Languages

 

Glossary of Indian spicesIndian Spices are aromatic and they enhance the taste of the food. Now a day, these flavoring substances are included in almost all recipes. You find different blends of spice mixture. Each tastes different and gives you different flavor when added to the recipe. India is being one of the favorite spot to wide range of spices, it is one of the major exporter of spices whole over the globe. Here you can obtain Glossary of Indian spices

English

Telugu

Hindi

Tamil

Kannada

Asafoetida

Inguva

Hing

Perungayam

Ingu

Bengal gram dal

Senagapappu

Channa dal

Kadalae paruppu

Kadalae balae

Chick peas

Senagalu

Channa

Konda kadalae

Konde kadalae

Coriander leaves/cilantro

Kothimeera

Dania patha

Kothamalli ela

Kothambri soppu

Coriander seeds

Dhaniyalu

Dania

Daniya

Kothambari

Cumin seeds

Jilakara

Jeera

Jeeragam

Jeerigae

Curry leaves

Karivepaku

Karipatha

Kariveppilai

Baisoppu

Dry ginger

Sonti

Sont

Sukku

Ona soonti

Fennel

Peda jilakara

Sonf

Perumjeeragam

Sombu

Fenugreek

Menthulu

Methi

Vendayam

Menthae

Flour

Maida pindi

Maida

Maida mavu

Maida hitoo

Fresh ginger

Allam

Adrak

Inji

Shoonti

Gingelly oil

Nuvvula nune

Thil ka thel

Nallenai

Ellanai

Gram flour

Senaga pindi

Besan

Kadalaemavu

Kadale hitoo

Green gram

Pesaru pappu

Moong dal

Payatham paruppu

Hesuru belae

Mango powder

Mavadi kaya powder

Amchoor

Mangay powder

Mavinkai powder

Poppy seeds

Gasagasalu

Kuskus

kasa Kasa

Kuskus

Rice flakes

Atukulu

Poha

Aval

Avalakki

Roasted gram

Gulla senagapappu

Buna channa

Pottu kadali

Huri kadalae

Sago

Saggu biyyam

Sabudana

Jawarisi

Sabaki

Seasame seeds

Nuvvulu

Thil

Ellu

Ellu

Semolina/Cream of wheat

Upma rava

Rava

Ravai

Sajeegai

Toor dal/Yellow lentil

Kandi pappu

Tuvar dal

Tuvaram pappu

Togiri belae

Turmeric powder

Pasupu

Haldi

Manjal

Arsina

Tymol seeds

Vamu

Ajwain

Omam

Oma

Wheat flour

Goduma pindi

Ata

Godime mavu

Godi hitoo

Whole green gram

Pesalu

Sabut moong

Pasipayaru

Idi hesaru

Red Gram

Kandhi pappu

Tuvar Dal

Thuvarai paruppu

Togari belle

Black Gram

Minappappu

Urad dal/ Kaali dal

Ulundhu Paruppu

Udina bele

Corn Flour

Mokka jonna pindi

Makai ka atta

Makka cholam

Jolada hittu

Bay Leaf

Masala Aku / Biryani aaku

Tej Patta

Punnai ilai

Masala Elay

Cardamom

Yaalakkaya

Elaichi

Yelakkai

Elakkai

Cinnamon

Dalchina chekka

Dalchini

Pattai

Lavanga Patta

Puffed Rice

Maramaralu/ Moorilu

Kurmura

Arasi Pori

Mandakki

Cloves

Lavangam

Laung

Lavangam

Lavanga

Cashew Nuts

Jeedi pappu

Kaju

Mundiri paruppu

Godambi

Garlic

Velluli payalu

Lasan / Lahsun

Vellai Pundu

Bellulle

Jaggery

Bellamu

Gur

Vellam

Bella

Mustard

Avalu

Raai / Raee

Kadugu

Saasuve

Raisins

Yendu dhraksha

Kishmish

Ular Draakshai

Dweepadrakshi

Tamarind

Chintha pandu

Imli

Puli

Hanuse Hannu

Yogurt

Perugu

Dahi

Thayiru

Mosaru

Nutmeg

Jajikayi

Jaiphal

Jaathikaai

Jaijkai

Saffron

Kumkuma puvvu

Kesar

Kunkuma Poo

kesari

Almonds

Badam

Badam

Badam

Badam

 

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