Definitions for "Asafetida"
The fetid gum resin or inspissated juice of a large umbelliferous plant (Ferula asafœtida) of Persia and the East Indies. It is used in medicine as an antispasmodic.
This is actually a gum resin, primarily used in Indian cooking. This is used in very small quantities with fresh and salted fish Ash Ash can be pickled. Boil it until tender in plenty of water, then pickle it in salted spiced vinegar Balm Balm has a pleasant lemon scent. Combined with other herbs it can be used in omelets. In Spain, Balm is used fresh in Soups, sauces, and in green salads Borage The young leaves can be chopped and added to salads. The flowers can also be used this way as well. The leaves taste lightly of cucumber. Borage leaves and flowers also make a wonderful and refreshing iced drinks. The flowers can be candied and used as cake decorations Borage is also particularly good with yogurt and cream cheese.
A spice used in India and the Middle East for cooking or as a condiment to be sprinkled over food after it has been cooked. It has a bitter taste and a pungent aroma similar to garlic and truffles.
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