Ayurvedic digestive spice mix known as CCF (coriander-cumin-fennel). You can spice your ice cream with this spice mix, use it for soups, stews, and other hot dishes, sprinkle on the salads, add to teas. 

Dry roast coriander, cumin, and fennel seeds until fragrant. Cool down. Grind using a coffee grinder. Transfer into an air-tight spice jar. Store at room temperature in a dark place. Use as needed.

You can use CCF spice mix for soups, stews, and other hot dishes, sprinkle on the salads, add to teas. 

These spices will assist with detoxification.

CCF spice mix can be made Raw or Roasted. The raw blend is usually used at the beginning of the cooking process, while roasted can be added towards the end (5-10 min) or even sprinkled right on the top of the dish.

Check out prep instructions for both methods in the recipe below.

Enjoy

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CCF

CCF – Ayurvedic digestive support spice mix

Ayurvedic digestive spice mix known as CCF (coriander-cumin-fennel). You can spice your ice cream with this spice mix, use it for soups, stews, and other hot dishes, sprinkle on the salads, add to teas. 
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Total Calories: 58kcal
Ingredients
Instructions
DRY ROAST METHOD*
  • Dry roast fennel and cumin seeds together, and coriander seeds in a separate small skillet until fragrant and a few shades darker.
  • Cool down. Grind using a coffee grinder**
  • Store at room temperature in a dark place. Use as needed.
RAW METHOD****
  • Mix all ingredients in the bowl, transfer the mixture into the electric grinder or spice mill and grind to a fine powder.
  • Store in an airtight jar in a dark place***.
Notes
*Add to the dish towards the end of the cooking process. Because this spice mix is already “precooked,” it can be used for sprinkling on the top of the dish.
 
**I have a burr coffee grinder dedicated to spices only; if you have only one coffee grinder just be sure that it is clean and free of coffee particles.
 
***All spices are at their best when freshly made. It is better if consumed within a couple of months as it will lose its potency with time. 
 
****Raw spice mix is usually added at the beginning of cooking.
Course: condiments
Cuisine: Ayurvedic
Keyword: Ayurvedic spices, CCF tea, sattvic spices
Total Calories: 58kcal
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