5 Exotic Spices Worth Adding to Your Food



If you find yourself stuck in the kitchen, jump-start your plain old cooking routine by experimenting with exotic spices. Reach out to your spice rack to make your food flavourful and rich in micro-nutrients that you will not find anywhere else. Your taste buds and stomach will thank you for a wonderful delight. Here are five exotic spices to add some sizzle and spark to your cooking, plus make it therapeutic: 1. Hing or Asafoetida to Stimulate Digestion

This trademark Indian spice is often used in Indian food for its unique taste and flavour. A dash of hing powder and a sprinkle of powdered rock salt in your buttermilk tastes like heaven and is soothing for your stomach too after a heavy meal. Saute asafoetida in oil of your choice or ghee in the beginning. Then cook your vegetables or lentils to bring out its flavour and benefits for maximum power.

Tassyam presents to you a variety of Hingwale Compounded Asafoetida , with formulations handed over from generation to generation. From Kabuli Hing to Khadak, Khumri and Pathani Hing, travel down the memory lane, with its rich aroma and strong taste unlike the regular store-bought ones. 2. Cinnamon to Manage Blood Sugar

Comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree and can be added to just about any dish you prepare. It lends a sweet aftertaste without spiking your blood sugar and is very beneficial for people with Type 2 Diabetes.


It also promotes heart health by reducing high bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels. That’s especially important for people who are at a greater risk for developing heart diseases.


Tassyam’s Premium Cinnamon Spice is a great addition to your spice rack with its warm aroma and sweet taste. Gift yourself this token of health and incorporate it into your food today.