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List of Pakistani spices

Pakistani spices (Urdu: پاکستانی مصالہ ‎) The following is a partial list of spices commonly used in Pakistani cuisine:

Ingredient Urdu Name Roman Urdu Name Remarks
Flax seeds السی Aalsi
Ginger ادرک Adrak Grated or paste
Mango powder آمچور Amchoor Dried unripe mango slices or powder
Pickle اچار Achar Different types of pickles
Parsley جعفری Jafari
Carom seed اجوائن Ajwain
Emblica Gooseberry آملہ Aamla
Pomegranate seed انار دانہ Anaar dana
Black Cardamom بڑی الائچی Bari Elaichi
Green Cardamom چھوٹی الائچی Choti Elaichi
Cardamom الائچی Elaichi
Chutney چٹنی Chutney
Cinnamon دارچینی Darchini
Green Coriander ہرا دھنیا Hara Dhania
Coriander seed ثابت دھنیا Sabut Dhania
Coriander powder پسا دھنیا Pissa Dhania
Garam masala گرم مصالہ Garam Masala
Rosewater عرق گلاب Araq-e-Gulab
Jaggery گڑ Gur
Turmeric ہلدی Haldi
Garden cress seeds Halim or Aliv
Green chili ہری مرچ Hari Mirch
Asafoetida ہینگ Heeng
Tamarind املی Imli
Nutmeg جائفل Jaifal
Mace جاوتری Javitri
Cashewnut كاجو Kaju
Kala Namak (Black Salt) كالا نمک Kala Namak
Black pepper كالی مرچ Kali Mirch
Nigella seed کلونجی Kalonji
Dried fenugreek leaf قصوری میتھی Kasoori Methi
Katira Gum گوند کتیرا Gond Katira
Allspice کباب چینی Kebab Cheeni
Saffron زعفران٬ کیسر Kesar
Saffron pulp زعفران Kesar miri miri
Dates کھجور Khajur
Poppy seed خسخاس Khus Khas
Garcinia indica Kokum
Garlic لہسن Lahsun
Cloves لونگ Lowng
Lime مٹھا mitha
Sweet lime مسمی Mausammi
Fenugreek Seeds میتھی Menthulu
Fenugreek seed میتھی دانہ Methi seeds
Salt نمک Namak
Lemon لیموں Nimbu
Onion peelings Osmanli
Yellow Pepper پیلی مرچ Pilli Mirchi
Mint پودینا Pudina
Onion پیاز Pyaz
Mustard seed رائی Rai Black
Cracked mustard seeds Rai Kuria
Alkanet root رتن جوت Ratin jot
Basil seeds Sabjaa tukham balangu
White pepper سفید مرچ Safed Mirchi
Citric acid Saji na phool
Mustard seed سرسوں بیج Sarson
Mustard oil سرسوں کا تیل Sarson ka Tel
Fennel seed سونف Saunf/Sanchal
Black cumin seed شاہی زیرہ Shahi Zeera
Lima seed skin Shitu
Vinegar سرکہ Sirka
Dill Soa sag
Dried ginger powder سونڈھ Sonth
Red chili سرخ مرچ Surq Mirch
Aniseed سونف Suwa or Shopa
Cinnamon دار چینی Dar Cheeni
Citric acid ٹاٹری Tartri
Bay leaf تیز پتہ Tez Patta/Curry Patta
Sesame seed تل Til
Holy Basil تلسی Tulsi
Vanilla وینیلا
Saffron زعفران Zaafraan
Olive oil ریتون کا تیل Zaitun ka Tel
Cumin seed زیرہ Zeera

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