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Gobi Mutter Masala & Coriander Chutney (wl)

Cilantro — the leaves of the coriander plant, used in cooking as a herb
Grinder — a machine used to rub or press something until it becomes a powder
Asafoetida (hing) — dried latex made from different plants, used in Indian cooking.
Chutney — a cold thick sauce made from fruit, sugar, spices and vinegar, eaten with cold meat, cheese, etc.
Stirring spoon — a spoon that is used in cooking to mix ingredients
Turmeric — a yellow powder made from the root of an Asian plant, used in cooking as a spice, especially in curry
Masala — in South Asian cooking, a mixture of spices
Ginger — the root of the ginger plant used in cooking as a spice
Garlic — a vegetable of the onion family with a very strong taste and smell, used in cooking to add taste to food
Cumin — the dried seeds of the cumin plant, used in cooking as a spice (= to give a strong taste and smell to the dish)
Cayenne pepper — a type of red pepper used in cooking to give a hot, spicy taste to food
Cauliflower — a vegetable with green leaves around a large hard white head of flowers

Definition of cilantro from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of grinder from the Cambridge English Dictionary [ ] © Cambridge University Press
Остальные определения: Зелёная зона (Skyeng Production
Definition of chutney from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of turmeric from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of masala (noun) from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of ginger from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of ginger from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/garlic?q=Garlic ]
Definition of cayenne pepper from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of cumin from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
Definition of cumin from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary [ ]
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