Garcinia Indica, widely known as Kokum in India and is a native to the Konkan belt of Maharashtra state where it is better known as Amsul or Aagal. It is a small deep purple to black color sticky fruit. It has curly edges and the natural exterior cover of the fruit is dried and used as a spice. Kokum powder yields a peculiar flavor and deep-red color. As a souring agent, it is used as an alternative to tamarind in curries and other dishes from south India. It is also used in cuisine from Gujarat, where it is frequenty used add flavor and tartness to dal (lentil soup) for flavor balance.
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