It’s been a long time since my previous post, but it’s always good to wait for the good –

Attached below comes a list of Indian spices translated into Finnish by me.

These spices are listed the way Wikipedia has listed them, and the english names are links to Wikipedia, which offer you more information about them.

I hope that this Indivue’s translated list of Indian spices facilitates your experimentations among the fascinating cookbooks and spiceshelfs of Indian and Finnish kitchen.

 

The Indian name of the spice (All the names are in hindi, but written in Western alphabets).
The name of the spice in English
The name of the spice in Finnish
Adrak
Inkivääri
Aamchur/Amchoor powder
Sour mango powder
Ajmud
Sellerin siemen
Ajwain
Amla
Intialainen karviainen
Anardana
Bazil / Basil
Fresh basil
Basilika
mayur Badam
Manteli
Choti Elaichi
Badi Elaichi
Musta kardemumma
Chakra Phool
Chironji
Camiki
Mango extract
Mango-uute
Dalchini
Dhania/hara dhaniya
Hot spice mixture
Maustesekoitus
Gulab Jal
Ruusuvesi
Gur
Jaggery (unrefined sugar)
Puhdistamaton sokeri
Haldi
Hara dhaniya
Fresh coriander
Korianteri
Harad / hime
Hari Mirch
Vihreä chilipippuri
Dhania powder/ Pisa Dhania
Coriander powder
Jauhettu korianteri
Hing
 Hajupihka
Imli
 Tamarindi
Jaiphal
Muskottipähkinä
Javitri
Muskotti
Jeera
Cumin seed
Kuminan siemen
Jeera Goli
Cumin seed grounded into balls or Jeera candy
 Kuminakarkki
Jethimadh
Licorice powder
Lakritsijauhe
Kachra
Kaprikset
Kadipatta
 Intianjasmikki
Kaju
Cashew nut
Cashew-pähkinä
Kala Namak / Sanchal
Black salt, also rock salt
Musta suola
Kali Elaichi
Musta kardemumma
Kali Mirchi
Kalonji
Nigella seed
 Ryytineito
Kasoori Methi Dried
Sarviapilan lehti
Katira Goond
Traganttikumi
Kebab Cheeni
Maustepippuri
Kesar, mayur
Kesar mari mari
Saffron pulp
Sahramisose
Khajur
Taateli
Kokum
Khus Khus
Kudampuli
Lahsun
Valkosipuli
Lal Mirchi
Red chili
Punainen chili
Lavang
Kali Mirch
Pippurinmarjoja
Methi leaves
Sarviapilan lehti
Methi seeds
Naaga Keshar
Kanelin nuput
Namak
Suola
Nimbu
Sitruuna / limetti
Pudina
Minttu
Pyaz / Kanda
Sipuli
Pathar Ka Phool
Pippali
Pitkä pippuri
Peeli Mirchi
Keltainen pippuri
Rai
Ratin jot
Alkanet root
Safed Mirchi
Valkopippuri
Saji na phool
Sitruunahappo
Sarson
Mustard seed or mustard only
Sinappi tai sinapin siemen
Sarson Ka Tel
Sinappiöljy
Saunf/Sanchal
Fennel seed
Syah Jeera
Sirka
Etikka
Soa sag
Sonth
Dried ginger
Suwa or Shopa
Tej Patta
Til
Shimla Mirch
Paprika
Kala Zeera
Musta kumina
Tulsi
Pyhä basilika

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