How to Cook Omum Seeds Soup (Ajwain Kwati Recipe)

Find here the cooking soup recipe tips for Omum Seeds Soup. After reading this cooking tips and ideas, you will be able to cook Omum Seeds Soup yourself in your home. This sweet south Asian dish is very to easy to cook or make. for information Omum Seeds Soup is called Ajwain Kwati in Nepali language. Make most delicious Ajwain Kwati Recipe and have Nepali kwati recipe. Ajwain Kwati Recipe is very famous in India and Nepal and other countries as well.

As we already mentioned above, Omum means Ajwain, which is termed Ajwain, Ajawain, Ajwen Azwain etc and Seeds means here kwati, gedagudi, whcih is termed as kwati, kuwati, kwaati, quati, quwati, kawati, kuwaati etc. So, Ajwain Kwati Tarkari Recipe  simply means “Omum Seeds Soup vegetable recipe”. Ajwain Kwati Tarkari Vegetable is a unique Nepali and Indian dish. Let’s get tips and ideas to cook this so vegetable soup dish, cuisine.

How to Cook Omum Seeds Soup (Ajwain Kwati Recipe)

How to Cook Omum Seeds Soup Nepali kwati recipe vegetable(Ajwain Kwati Recipe)

ingredients to cook Nepali Ajwain Kwati recipe

  • 1 tbsp Ajwain/Omum Seeds
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 1/4 tsp black pepper powder
  • 1/2 in. fresh ginger
  • 1/2 tsp cumin powder
  • tbsp ghee
  • a pinch of Asafotida
  • 2.5 cups water
  • 1/2 tsp turmeric

 Process to cook Nepali Ajwain Kwati recipe

  • Heat ghee into a sauce pan,
  • fry omum seed till it gets dark.
  • Add turmeric, water and boil for about 10 minutes,
  • add chopped or crushed garlic, ginger and other ingredients.
  • Boil for another 10 minutes and
  • serve hot with crackers.

Note:- this is the special soup fed to lactating women to increase breast milk and keep out from cold and cough.

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