Chironji is most commonly used as a cooking spice. Its nutty flavor and taste that is similar to almonds is considered a delicacy in India. The seeds of charoli have many culinary uses which include making sweets and savory dishes such as desserts, baking recipes and making other confectionary dishes.It is used in pooja also and sweets also.
Buchanania lanzan is a deciduous tree which produces seeds that are eatable to humans. It is known as chironji (or charoli). These almond-seasoned seeds are utilized as a cooking flavor fundamentally in India. Buchanania lanzan is developed across India, principally in the northwest. After the hard shell is split, the thickset seed inside is as delicate as a pine nut.
The charoli seed is lentil-sized, is marginally straightened and has an almond-like flavor. In spite of the fact that they can be eaten and utilized crude they are frequently toasted or cooked before use, as this heightens the flavour.
They are generally utilized in desserts in India. Be that as it may, they are likewise ground into powders for thickening exquisite sauces and seasoning players, and stewed into rich, substantial kormas.
Charoli seeds are utilized in the Ayurveda and Unani frameworks of medication
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