The Most Common 4o Condiments | Condiments Names With Pictures

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Last Updated on August 28, 2022 by Sultana Parvin

There are so many condiments in our cooking world. We know a few of them. Each condiment has a different nutritional value. Here I give the most common 40 condiments names and pictures. Hope this will help my new friends new in the cooking world.

“Condiments are edible food items which are additions to a dish or meal. These items are not strictly necessary to the dish or meal but add to the enjoyment by enhancing or contrasting with the main food. Some condiments are healthier than others: some may add amounts of calories, fat, or sodium to a meal that can be hard to justify. Condiments generally low in calories, fat, and sodium include the millennia-old classics of mustard and vinegar (note though that some types of mustard, such as Dijon, can be higher in sodium than others mustards are.) Almost every cuisine has its own range of unique condiments, though mustard and vinegar tend to be universal for the most part.” Source

Common Condiments Names with Pictures

  1. Allspice
  2. Aniseed
  3. Asafoetida
  4. Black Cumin
  5. Bay Leaves
  6. Black Pepper
  7. Cardamom
  8. Caraway seed
  9. Cinnamon
  10. Clarified Butter
  11. Cilantro Leaves
  12. Clove
  13. Coconut
  14. Coriander
  15. Cumin
  16. Five spices
  17. Food Colour
  18. Flax Seed
  19. Fenugreek
  20. Ginger
  21. Green Chili
  22. Joaine
  23. Long Pepper
  24. Mace
  25. Mint Leaves
  26. Nigella
  27. Nutmeg
  28. Onion
  29. Oregano
  30. Poppy Seed
  31. Red Chili
  32. Rose Water
  33. Soybean
  34. Sesame Seed
  35. Saffron
  36. Turmeric
  37. Tamarind
  38. White Pepper
  39. White Mustard
  40. Yeast
Allspice
1. Allspice
Aniseed
2. Aniseed
Asafoetida
3. Asafoetida
Black Cumin
4. Black Cumin
Bay Leaves
5. Bay Leaves
Black Pepper
6. Black Pepper
Cardamom
7. Cardamom
Caraway Seed
8. Caraway Seed
 
Clarified Butter (Ghee)
10. Clarified Butter (Ghee)
Cilantro Leaves
11. Cilantro Leaves
Clove
12. Clove
Coconut
13. Coconut
Coriander
14. Coriander
Cumin
15. Cumin
Five spice
`16. Five spice
Food colour
17. Food Colour
Flax seed
18 Flax seed
Fenugreek
19. Fenugreek
Ginger
20. Ginger
Green Chilli
21. Green Chilli
Joaine
22. Joaine
Long Pepper
23. Long Pepper
Mace
24. Mace
Mint Leaves
25. Mint Leaves
Nigella
26. Nigella
Nutmeg
27. Nutmeg
Onion
28. Onion
Oregano
29. Oregano
Poppy seed
30. Poppy seed
Red chili powder
31. Red chili powder
Rose Water
32. Rose Water
Soybean
33. Soybean
Sesame seed
34. Sesame seed
Saffron
35. Saffron
Turmeric
36. Turmeric
Tamarind
37. Tamarind
White Mustard
38. White Mustard
White Pepper
39. White Pepper
Yeast
40. Yeast

Cardamom also has many benefits, The best 9 benefits of cardamom are Control of Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Health, Control of Cholesterol, Protection Against Gastrointestinal Diseases Treating Urinary Disorders, Anti-Asthmatic and Improve Blood Circulation, Good for Nausea and Vomiting, A sore throat, Dental Diseases, Breath Freshener, Anti-Inflammatory Properties.

Many condiments can help with weight loss, Like cinnamon, turmeric, garlic, pepper, oregano, etc check the article Best Spices for weight loss.

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