anardana

English translation: Dry pomegranate seeds

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Hindi term or phrase:AnArdAnA
English translation:Dry pomegranate seeds
Entered by: chopra_2002

12:10 May 30, 2004
Hindi to English translations [Non-PRO]
Cooking / Culinary
Hindi term or phrase: anardana
anardana
roshni
Dry pomegranate seeds
Explanation:
This is one of the spices which is added to recipes to make the same more tasty.

Please refer to the following link which contains the details and pictures of a number of spices (alongwith English names).

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Note added at 2004-05-30 13:08:43 (GMT)
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The word \"pomegranate\" is derived from Middle French pome garnete and literally means \"seeded apple.\" It has been a symbol of fertility in many cultures and has been used medicinally by herbalists to treat inflammation, such as sore throats and rheumatism.

\"Pomegranate\" literally means \"apple with many seeds.\" The word \"grenade,\" referring to a small explosive bomb scattering many pieces appears to have come from \"granatum.\"
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Dry pomegranate seeds


Explanation:
This is one of the spices which is added to recipes to make the same more tasty.

Please refer to the following link which contains the details and pictures of a number of spices (alongwith English names).

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Note added at 2004-05-30 13:08:43 (GMT)
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The word \"pomegranate\" is derived from Middle French pome garnete and literally means \"seeded apple.\" It has been a symbol of fertility in many cultures and has been used medicinally by herbalists to treat inflammation, such as sore throats and rheumatism.

\"Pomegranate\" literally means \"apple with many seeds.\" The word \"grenade,\" referring to a small explosive bomb scattering many pieces appears to have come from \"granatum.\"


    Reference: http://www.webindia123.com/cookery/measures/spices.htm
chopra_2002
India
Local time: 03:28
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agree  nlingua: correct
1 hr
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agree  Harinder Dhillon
1 hr
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agree  satish krishna itikela
3 hrs
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agree  truptee: Ooh Yes! One of the most dramatic ingredients in the north indian cuisine!! My favourite too!! :-)
4 hrs
  -> No doubt, it has a taste of its own. That is why, I always prefer it over Amchoor (Mango Powder) :o)

agree  pucoug (X)
4 hrs
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agree  orpheus
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agree  Asghar Bhatti
3 days 1 hr
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agree  Rishi Miranhshah
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