Bookmark and Share   

This category has been viewed 21960 times

1424 asafoetida recipes


Last Updated : Nov 25,2020




हींग रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (asafoetida recipes in Hindi)
હીંગ રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (asafoetida recipes in Gujarati)

Asafoetida recipes | 2122 Indian Hing recipes |

Indian Asafoetida recipes. Hing recipes. Asafoetida, which is more commonly known as hing in India, is a resin that is made from fennel plants. It is grown mostly in Iran and Afghanistan and is said to have been introduced to India in the 16th century. It is mostly sold in a powdered form and it widely using in Indian cooking.

 Nylon Khaman Dhokla ( Gujarati Recipe) Nylon Khaman Dhokla ( Gujarati Recipe)

Hing when uncooked is very pungent but gives a very nice umami flavor to the food once cooked. It is an essential in Indian cooking and is used in a lot in dals, subzis and sambhars along with other spices like turmeric.

Hing Recipes for Snacks and Accompaniments

Hing has such a strong flavor that even a small quantity is enough for a large amount of food. Apart from the usual curries and mains, asafoetida is also used to flavor many snacks and accompaniments with it. The most common way to use it is to add it to the oil, cook it for a few seconds and then add the rest of the ingredients. Khaman Dhokla, a Gujarati favorite, has a pretty mild taste till it is jazzed up with mustard seeds and hing. Even the ever favorite Vada Pav, which is made hardly with 4-5 ingredients, has a great taste of hing.  

Vada PavVada Pav

Since asafoetida gives a pleasant umami flavor that slightly represents the taste of onion and garlic, it acts as a substitute for those flavors in Jain Recipes. Indian Jain recipes like Cooked Rice Pancakes and Masala Puri are perfect examples of how this unique spice is used in Indian Jain Cuisine. Apart from this, hing is also used for pickling.

 Masala Puris Served with Curds and Chunda, Masala Puri for Breakfast Masala Puris Served with Curds and Chunda, Masala Puri for Breakfast

The addition of asafoetida makes for a tongue tickling pickle like Lehsun Ka Achaar, and these flavors are not only limited to pickles but also tangy dips like Achaari Dip.

Asafoetida Recipes for Indian Food 

Another way of cooking hing is to add it to water to water and boil so that the flavor gets encompassed well. This is usually done in south Indian curries like Sambhar, where a whole blend of spices is boiled in water to get a flavor bomb in the sambhar to eat with rice, idlis or Dosas.

SambharSambhar

The same way it is used in Rasam, a tomato and tamarind thin soup with varying spices. Asafoetida is cooked with a buttermilk to make flavorful Gujarati Kadhi.

KadhiKadhi

Asafoetida flavors rice, dals and subzi dishes as well that too in the whole of India. Starting form Brinjal Rice, Khichdis to Aloo Methi and Sagu, all these have the taste of hing. Even though it is used widely in Indian cuisine, it takes a little getting used to for the people who try it for the first time as the flavor is pungent.

 Brinjal Rice Brinjal Rice

To get rid of this, but still enjoy the flavor, you can add it to tadka, or tempering, over the food.

There is no rule as to what you can add tempering to, it can vary from snacks like Vegetable Rava Idli and Khandvi to dals like Khatta Moong.

 Khandvi ( Besan Gujarati Khandvi) Khandvi ( Besan Gujarati Khandvi)

Benefits of Hing

Hing ( Asafoetida) The active compound 'coumarin' helps in managing blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Asafoetida is known to have anti-bacterial properties, which helps to keep asthma at bay. Asafoetida is an age-old remedy for bloating and other stomach problems like flatulence.

 Khatta Moong ( Gujarati Recipe) Khatta Moong ( Gujarati Recipe)

The best solution is to gulp down little hing with water or dissolve it in water and sip it. It can also be used along with curd or almond oil as a hair mask. It helps to prevent dryness of hair and smoothen as well as strengthen hair.

Enjoy our collection of indian asafoetida recipes below. 

Show only recipe names containing:
  
Goto Page: 1 2 3 4 5  ... 28 29 30 31 32  ... 56 57 58 59 60 
Cabbage Kootu ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables)
Recipe# 32778
16 May 11

 by Tarla Dalal
A versatile, traditional south indian recipe, which goes just as well with rice as with puris or chapatis.
Chawli Bean Subzi
Recipe# 22208
25 Aug 20

 by Tarla Dalal
This unique Chawli Bean Subzi is sure to please your palate with its exciting sweet, sour and spicy flavour. With tamarind, jaggery and chilli powder, not to forget a quick and traditional tempering, the fiber and iron-rich chawli bean becomes a tangy treat that you will love to munch on! Use th ....
Chawli Ki Subzi ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables )
Recipe# 32786
16 May 11

 by Tarla Dalal
A simple and ready-in-a-jiffy recipe. Avoid cooking it on a high flame or for a long period as this will cause discolouration and loss of flavour.
Dahi Kachori ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes )
Recipe# 33412
30 Dec 19

 by Tarla Dalal
dahi kachori recipe | khasta kachori chaat | moong dal raj kachori chaat | raj kachori recipe | raj kachori chaat | with amazing 50 images. D ....
Dhania ki Sabzi ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables )
Recipe# 32784
16 May 11

 by Tarla Dalal
The minimalist nature of this recipe highlights the flavour and aroma of each and every one of the few ingredients, making this a flavourful delight that can even be used as a base for flavoured rice.
Gongura Pappu ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables )
Recipe# 32803
16 May 11

 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
Straight from the kitchens of andhra pradesh, this delicacy is extremely liked and very frequently consumed there. 'pappu' means dal in telegu and has been combined here with gongura and moong dal.
Recipe# 37714
03 Sep 15

 
by Jyoti V B
No reviews
This is a delicious and healthy light snack dominated by the exclusive taste of coconut.While the coconut gives it a soothing flavour, the tempering of mustard seeds, cumin seeds, ginger and chillies ensure a splash of excitement too.
Hara Chana Coconut Curry with Methi Muthia
Recipe# 1683
12 Aug 16

 by Tarla Dalal
When you deep-fry dumplings of fenugreek leaves bound together by wheat flour and besan, you get really tasty Methi Muthias. These muthias have a wonderful crispness, an enjoyable level of bitterness and a mildly spicy flavour. They get even better when served in the Hara Chana Coconut Curry, ....
Khandvi ( Besan Gujarati Khandvi)
Recipe# 33282
16 Apr 20

 
by Tarla Dalal
besan khandvi recipe | Bengal gram flour khandvi | Protein rich healthy khandvi | Gujarati khandvi farsan | with amazing 32 images. If somebody asks you to make besan kh ....
Khandvi, Microwave Recipe
Recipe# 685
30 Sep 20

 
by Tarla Dalal
microwave khandvi recipe | Gujarati khandvi recipe in microwave | how to make perfect khandvi in microwave | with step by step images. microwave khandvi is made from besan, curds, Indian sp ....
Laal Math Dal Fry ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables )
Recipe# 32793
16 May 11

 by Tarla Dalal
No reviews
This wholesome recipe can be prepared with any or many dals as per you choice, such as masoor, tuvar, etc. Savour hot with rice and ghee.
Methi Mangodi ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables)
Recipe# 32781
16 May 11

 by Tarla Dalal
Mangodi dumplings are made from soaked and ground moong dal, and when served with methi bhaji curry, hot phulkas and a spicy mango pickle, it makes a true rajasthani fare.
Mooli Sabzi, Mooli ki Sabji
Recipe# 32794
01 Feb 20

 
by Tarla Dalal
mooli sabzi recipe | mooli ki sabji | Punjabi mooli aur patte ki bhurji | radish dry vegetable | with 15 amazing images. mooli sabzi recipe is a
Moong Dal Dhokla (  Low Calorie Healthy Cooking)
Recipe# 1385
12 May 20

 by Tarla Dalal
Moong Dal Dhokla, is rich in zinc, folic acid, iron and protein. Adding v ....
Poha Cutlet
Recipe# 33841
13 Oct 11

 by Palak Rajput
No reviews
Poha or flattened rice is soaked in water and mixed with gram flour and other spices. The mixture is then either deep fried or shallow fried till golden brown in colour. Serve poha cutlet with mint chutney or with tomato ketchup.
Sooji Idli ( Suji Idli)
Recipe# 1384
19 Sep 19

 
by Tarla Dalal
sooji idli | instant rava idli | suji idli | instant suji ki idli | with 16 amazing images. sooji idli requires no fermenting or grinding and hence called
Tendli Bhaat, Maharashtrian Tendli Bhaat, Ivy Gourd Rice
Recipe# 1967
30 Jan 20

 by Tarla Dalal
tendli bhaat recipe | Maharashtrian tendli bhaat | ivy gourd rice | with amazing 33 images. tendli bhaat recipe is a real spicy preparation of rice and tendi, which totally masks the sober ....
Aam aur Chane ka Achaar
Recipe# 3003
23 Jul 09

 
by Tarla Dalal
The summers in India are quite unbearable, but they have a saving grace - the mango season. Everyone looks forward to the yearly mango crop and housewives get busy blending the myriad spices needed for a whole year's supply of mango pickles. As pickles are an essential feature of the Indian menu, n ....
Aam Aur Chane ka Achaar (  Rajasthani)
Recipe# 3904
22 Jan 20

 by Tarla Dalal
Quick-fixes are there for every dish, from soups to pickles. However, the slow and steady method, although laborious, is often the tastiest. You will realise this truth when, after waiting for seven days, you first relish a spoonful of this delicious Aam aur Chane ka Achaar. A typical Rajasthani pic ....
Aam ka Achaar, Mango Pickle, Punjabi Achar
Recipe# 30931
09 Jun 20

 by Tarla Dalal
During the mango season in the summer in Punjab, one can see at least two or three earthenware jars full of pickled raw mangoes maturing in the sun outside homes. This typical Punjabi recipe for making mango pickle is most popular in the region. The combinat ....
Aam ka Panna
Recipe# 16394
30 May 19

 by anu_bunny
A traditional summer cooler, Aam ka Panha is a really snazzy way to fight sunstrokes on hot days. This peppy drink of raw mangoes sweetened with sugar and flavoured with aromatic spices like cumin seeds, spicy black pepper and tangy black salt, peps up your taste buds with its tingling taste. ....
Goto Page: 1 2 3 4 5  ... 28 29 30 31 32  ... 56 57 58 59 60 
Subscribe to the free food mailer

Low Calorie Snacks

Missed out on our mailers?
Our mailers are now online!

View Mailer Archive

Privacy Policy: We never give away your email

REGISTER NOW If you are a new user.
Or Sign In here, if you are an existing member.

Login Name
Password

Forgot Login / Passowrd?Click here

If your Gmail or Facebook email id is registered with Tarladalal.com, the accounts will be merged. If the respective id is not registered, a new Tarladalal.com account will be created.

Click OK to sign out from tarladalal.
For security reasons (specially on shared computers), proceed to Google and sign out from your Google account.

Are you sure you want to delete this review ?