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Urdu/English Names of Spices & Zarda

The name Zarda comes from Persian word 'zard' زرد meaning 'yellow', hence named since the food coloring added to the rice gives it a yellow color. Zarda is typically served after a meal. In the Indian subcontinent, zarda was and still remains a popular dessert on special occasions such as weddings.

ENGLISH
URDU
AlmondsBadaam
Aniseeds Sounf
ApricotKhubaani / Jardalu
AppleSaib
Asafoetida Heeng
Ash GourdPetha / Kadoo
BananaKaila
Baking Powder Pakaanay Ka Soda
Barley Jaw
Basil Leaves Tulsi Ke Pattay
Bay LeafTezz Patta
BeansSaim
Beef Gaen Ka Gosht
Beet RootChukandar
Bell Peppers Shimla Mirch
Bengal GramChanay Ki Dal
Bengal Gram Flour Besan
Betel LeafPaan
Betel NutChaaliya
Bitter Gourd Karaila
Black-Eyed Beans Chowli
Black GramKaala Chana
Black GramSaabut Urad
Black Pepper Kaali Mirch
Bottle Gourd Lawki / Doodhi
BrainBheja
BrinjalsBaingan
BreadDouble Roti
Bread Crumbs Sukhi Double Roti Ka Chura
Broad BeansSaim Ki Phali
Broken Wheat Gehu
ButterMakhan
ButtermilkLassi / Mattha
Brown SugarGur
CabbageBand Gobhi / Patta Gobhi
CapsicumShimla Mirch
Candied Peel Narang Ka Chilka
CapsicumShimla Mirch
Caraway Seeds Kaala Zeera / Shaahi Zeera
Cardamoms Brown Badi Ilaichi
Cardamoms Green Choti Ilaichi
CaromAjwain
CarrotGaajar
Cashew NutKaaju
Castor Sugar Pisi Huwi Cheeni
Cassia Leaves Tezz Patta
CauliflowerPhool Gobhi
CayenneLal Mirch
CerealsAnaaj
ChappatiRoti
CheesePaneer
ChickenMurgi
Chick Pea Flour Besan
Chick PeasKabuli Chanay
ChilliMirch
CilantroHara Dhania
CinnamonDal Cheeni
Citric AcidTatrii
Clarified Butter Ghee
ClovesLong
Cluster Beans Gawar Phali
CoconutNaariyal
Coconut OilNaryal Ka Tail
ColocasiaArvi
Cooking Apple Kacha Saib
CorianderDhania
Coriander Leaf Hara Dhania
Coriander Seeds Dhania
Corn Makai
Corn Cobs Bhutta / Makka
Corn Flour Makai Ka Aata
Cottage Cheese Paneer
Crab Kaikra
Cream Malaai
Cucumber Kheera / Kakri
Cudpahnut Chironji
Cumin Seeds Zeera
Curd Dahi
Currants Kala Draksh
Curry Leaf Kari Patta
Custard Apple Shareefa
Dates Khajoor
Dasheen Arwi
Dill Soya
Dough Gunda Huwa Aata
Dried Apricot Sukhi Huwi Khubaani
Dried Plums Aaloo Bukhaara
Drumsticks Shinga,Saijan Ki Phali
Dry Fenugreek Kastoori Methi
Dry Ginger Sonth
Dry Mango Powder Aam Choor
Dry White Peas Safaid Mattar / Chana
Duck Batakh

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ZARDA

Zarda Recipe

Saila Rice (Pakki Basmati Rice/Parboiled Rice) , soaked in water 1/2 kg

Sugar 1 and 1/2 cup (300g)

Khoya 1 cup (250g)

Baby Cham Cham (coloured) 250 g

Ashrafi (Coloured) 1/2 cup

Ghee 1/2 cup

Almond (soaked in warm water and skin removed) 20 pieces

Pistachio (soaked in warm water and splited) 20 pieces

Raisin, soaked and washed , 1/4 cup

Coconut slices 1/4 cup

Cloves 8

Mace small pieces 6

Cardamom green broken 8

Saffron threads 20

Pure Kewra 3 drops

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Boil soaked rice with yellow food colour in 6-8 glass of water till full tender. Drain and keep aside.

In  a pan heat ghee, add cardamom green and stir for 2-3 minutes , then add almond, pitachio, raisin, coconut, cloves, mace, sugar, boiled rice and kewra.Mix well, then sprinkle ashrafi, khoya and saffron on top.Simmer for 10 minutes, then sprinkle coloured baby cham cham and simmer for another 2 minutes.

Delicious Punjabi Shahi Zarda is ready.Mix well before serving.

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Spice Taste

1. Some spicy spices include: Bay Leaf, Cassia Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Cumin, Curry Leaf, Ginger, Marjoram, Nutmeg
Some hot spices include: Black Pepper, Chiles, Horseradish, Mustard, Wasabi, White Pepper
Some cooling spices include: Spearmint, Dill, Anise, Fennel, Sweet Basil
Some spices that are considered bitter are: Ajwain, Bay Leaf, Celery, Clove, Cumin Seed, Epazote, Fenugreek Seeds, Horseradish, Juniper, Lavender, Mace, Marjoram, Oregano, Summer Savory, Sichuan Peppercorns, Star Anise, Turmeric, Thyme.

 

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