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100% Natural Spices
100% Natural
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Pure and Unadulterated
Cholesterol Free Herbs
Cholesterol Free
Gluten Free Spices
Gluten Free
No trans fats
No trans fats
No genetically modified organisms
No genetically modified organisms
No added chemicals or preservatives
No added chemicals or preservatives

Most people use Basil leaves to flavour food, but the seeds are also equally potent as a spice. These are most popularly used in South East and Central Asian cooking for flavouring desserts, and light snacks. Just freshly grind into a powder, or add to the start of the cooking process to enjoy a complex herbal and floral flavour. Also known as sabja seeds, tukmaria, sbza, subza, takmaria, tukhamaria, falooda, seilash, hột é, तुलसी बीज, 羅勒籽

Basil Seeds Cooking Notes
Cuisine Indonesian, Vietnamese, Pakistani
Food Pairings Drinks, desserts, Falooda, sherbets, salads, stews, stir fries
Flavour / Tastes Like Floral, Anise, Cloves, Nutty
Serving size 0.5 grams
Directions for use Use spice directly, no need to grind. Optional tip: Pound first for 10-20 seconds in pestle and mortar to release more flavour before cooking.
Recipes Falooda
Basil Seeds Technical Notes
Origin Pakistan
Quality* Black, Polished, Grade A
Industry Knowledge Basil is now known around the world, and is possibly the most popularly used herb. However, possibly unknown to most people, Basil originated in India, where it has been cultivated for over 5000 years. It has also been culativated in Pakistan for a similarly long time, where the plant grows in sweeter varieties. The herb now plays a crucial role in Italian cuisine, and is also extremely popular in Thai, Indonesia, Vietnamese, Taiwanese cuisines. It's also used extensively in other countries lying in the Pacific Ocean.
Basil Seeds however, are less well known. These black tear-dropped seeds impart a flavour very similar to Anise. At the same time, they taste slightly floral - similar to certain coffees. All Basils are not created alike, as they have different essential oils within. Our basil seeds from Pakistan have hints of essential oils which also taste sweet, similar to Cloves. These seeds taste more pleasant than their Indian counterparts, which are sometimes too strong to digest. In Asian cuisine, Basil seeds are often soaked in water. When soaked, they become gelatinous, and are often used to flavour drinks and desserts such as Falooda and Sherbet.Learn more about Basil.
Also known as Ocimum basilicum L
sabja seeds, tukmaria, sbza, subza, takmaria, tukhamaria, falooda, seilash, hột é, तुलसी बीज, 羅勒籽
**Special Note

For 1kg option, product will be packed in vacuum-sealed transparent bag, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

For 25kg bulk carton, product will be packed in plastic bags inside cartons, not our usual aluminium resealable bag.

Please call before placing order to check we have stock. Our wholesale and bulk sales exist online as well as offline. In rare cases, this means our stock on our store online may not be accurate, and there may be a delay in delivering your order. Wholesale packs we can usually deliver next day, and bulk packs usually within 3-5 days subject to stock. In rare cases where we are out of stock or product is out of season, delivery time can take a few weeks for our factory to process and ship goods.

*Industry specific terminology.

Please note that our ingredients are 100% natural and processed using traditional methods. As a result there may be some visible imperfections. Our spices will have variations in size and colour due to factors such as the amount of sunlight they received when growing, or the amount of rainfall in a particular season. These differences in appearance are entirely normal, and are the result of not treating them with any chemicals.

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