Anardana/Pomegranate (انار دانہ)refers to the dried seeds of the pomegranate fruit. … Bits of pomegranate pulp remain on the seeds as they dry, so the slightly sticky seeds with a fruity, mildly sweet and tangy taste are used as a souring agent in Indian cuisine. Though used mostly for vegetables and legumes, anardana also flavors Moghul-style dishes. Bits of pomegranate pulp remain on the seeds as they dry, so they’re a bit sticky and serve as a souring agent in Indian cuisine. The seeds are roasted and then ground and used instead of lime juice especially in places that have winters and fresh limes are not available.
- English Name: Pomegranate Seeds
- Urdu Name:انار دانہ (Anardana)
Uses & Health Benefits:
- It thins your blood.
- Protects us from free radicals.
- Reverse Skin Damage
- Youthful Appearance
- Prevention of atherosclerosis.
- It acts as an oxygen mask.
- Help treat Skin Problems
- It prevents arthritis.
- Fights erectile dysfunction.
- Fights heart disease
- prostate cancer.
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