Anardana is made from the dried seeds of pomegranate fruit. It is a spice used in Indian cooking to give a sour-sweet taste to dishes. The seeds of pomegranate fruit are dried for 10-15 days along with the pulp. Bits of its pulp remains on the seeds as they dry, the sticky seeds are used as a souring agent in Indian cuisine. It is used mainly in vegetable and legume dishes.
Anardana is available in powdered as well as whole form. Whole dried seeds last longer than the Anardana powder.
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