Hosted by Amitabh Bachchan, Kaun Banega Crorepati continues to hook the viewers with some fascinating questions even after 13 lengthy years. As such, yesterday’s episode had Large B with a younger contestant, Naivedya Agarwal, who managed to bag Rs 12.5 lakh on the quiz actuality present.
After efficiently answering 12 questions, Agarwal didn’t reply the query that would have received him Rs 25 lakh and needed to give up the present. The query that left him puzzled was: ‘Which spice, ready from the gum of a plant, mainly grows in Afghanistan and Iran?’ The choices have been saffron, asafoetida, cinnamon and mace. Have you learnt the reply? Nicely, it’s asafoetida.
Asafoetida, scientifically referred to as Ferula asafoetida, is the dried sap obtained from the roots of Ferula vegetation. Mainly grown in Afghanistan and Iran, it’s a generally used spice in Indian kitchens, the place it is named hing.
“It not simply provides style to your meals but in addition has a number of well being advantages, primarily aiding your digestive issues,” nutritionist Karishma Shah mentioned. Additional, she listed out a number of advantages of asafoetida.
*It’s a unbelievable support for digestive points like bloating, acidity or any discomfort within the abdomen.
*It helps treatment nausea.
*Hing makes it simpler to digest pulses. Subsequently, it’s generally utilized in tempering.
*Hing can be utilized to treatment abdomen points in infants. Combine a bit of little bit of the spice with oil and therapeutic massage it on the abdomen.
*It’s good for individuals of all age teams.
*It additionally has antibacterial, antifungal and antimicrobial properties.
“However including an excessive amount of of hing could make your meals bitter. So, ensure you add only a pinch of it whereas cooking your meals, to reinforce its style and reap its varied advantages,” the nutritionist advised indianexpress.com.
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