Kapok Buds | Marathi Moggu long
Kapok Buds, also known as Marathi Moggu has a fragrant taste and is fried in oil to release its full flavour. It is used to prepare South India specialty rice dishes in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh such as Bisi bele bath. The fragrance is very ... Read More
Kapok Buds | Marathi Moggu long - 250 Gram
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Kapok Buds | Marathi Moggu long - 100 Gram
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Kapok Buds | Marathi Moggu long - 500 Gram
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Kapok Buds | Marathi Moggu long - 1 Kg
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Kapok Buds or Marathi Moggu, best described as a type of caper, are the dried buds of the Kapok tree or the Silk Cotton tree. It is called moggu in Kannada and mogga in Telugu which literally means a bud. Moggu is a spice used in some of Karnataka's cherished dishes such as Bisi Bele Bath, Saagu, Kannadiga style kootus to name a few. It is not eaten raw but is always roasted and ground with other spices before going into a dish.
Marathi Moggu is a term which is a misnomer, as this spice is native to Karnataka. However that has not come in the way of its adorning several Andhra style dishes as a specialty spice. This spice is widely used in preparing curry powders and also finds a place in Chettinad cuisine.