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Spices Price in Pakistan 

As you know, Pakistan has different climatic conditions, so the list of spices used in cooking also differs. Some of the most commonly used herbs in Pakistan kitchens are cumin seeds (jeera), coriander seeds (dhania), black pepper (kali mirch), cardamom (ilaichi), cloves (laung), and cinnamon (dalchini). All these spices are grown in different parts of the country and then brought to the market for sale. The prices of these spices vary according to their quality and quantity. 

Cumin Seeds (Zeera): 

Cumin seeds are one of the most popular spices used in Pakistani kitchens. These tiny brownish seeds have a strong smell and a hot, bitter taste. Cumin seeds are used primarily to flavor meat dishes, but they are also used to make various kinds of pickles. Generally, cumin seeds are available in two forms, i.e., powder and whole. You can buy 1 kg of cumin seeds from any grocery store for just Rs. 180 to 200. 

Coriander Seeds (Dhania): 

Coriander seeds are another common ingredient used in Pakistani kitchens. These tiny greenish-brown seeds have a citrusy smell and a sweet taste. Coriander seeds are mainly used to flavor meat curries and vegetable dishes. Coriander powder is a spice rub for chicken, fish, and meat. You can get 1 kg of coriander seeds from any grocery store at a price ranging from Rs. 150 to Rs. 170. 

Black Pepper (Kali Mirch): 

Black pepper is one of the essential spices in Pakistani cuisine. These dark-colored berries have a sharp, spicy taste and a slightly woody smell. Black pepper is used to flavor various meat and vegetable dishes. It is also a spice rub for chicken, fish, steak, etc. Black pepper is available in both powder and whole form. The price of 1 kg black pepper ranges from Rs. 250 to Rs 300, depending upon its quality. 

Cardamom (Elaichi): 

Cardamom is another popular spice used in Pakistani kitchens for flavoring various dishes like curries, rice, desserts, etc. These small brownish pods have a sweet smell and a slightly spicy taste. Cardamom is available in powder and complete form, but the powder form is more commonly used as it is easy to use and store. The price of 1 kg cardamom ranges from Rs 500 to Rs 550, depending on its quality. 

Cloves (Laung): Cloves are tiny reddish-brown flower buds with a sweet smell and a slightly bitter taste. Cloves are mainly used to flavor meat curries, but they are also used to make masala chai (spiced tea). Cloves are available in powder and complete form, but it is better to buy them in complete condition as they last longer. You can get 1 kg of cloves from any grocery store at a price ranging from Rs 200 to Rs 250. 

Cinnamon (Dalchini): Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices used in Pakistani cuisine for flavoring various dishes like rice, desserts, etc. These small brown sticks have a sweet smell and a hot, bitter taste. Cinnamon is available in powder and stick form, but it is better to buy them in stick form as they last longer. You can get 1 kg of cinnamon sticks from any grocery store at a price ranging from Rs 250 to Rs 300. cinnamon powder is also prevalent these days, so you can get 100 grams packet at just rs 80 Conclusion: In conclusion, we can say that there is a wide range of spices available in Pakistan which differ in prices depending upon their quantity and quality. However, all these spices add flavors to our food and make them more delicious. So, don’t hesitate to use them generously while cooking your favorite dish.