gingelly oil

gingelly oil

[′jin·jə·lē ‚ȯil]
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The main courses swiftly followed with Chicken chettinad, an Indian classic consisting of meat marinated in yogurt, turmeric and a paste of red chillies, kalpasi, coconut, poppy, coriander, cumin and fennel seeds, black pepper, ground nuts, onions, garlic and gingelly oil and everyone's favourite Dal tadka, plus, what I considered to be the masterpiece on the menu, a magical Jhinga masala.
These include producers of sesame or gingelly oil, as well as farmers who bring the medicinal herbs growing in their fields to the centre.
Residues such as wheat bran, rice bran, soybean bran, barley bran, soy oil cake, olive oil cake, gingelly oil cake, babassu oil cake, coconut oil cake, sugarcane bagasse and pumpkin seeds have been reported to be effective for lipase production (Edwinoliver et al., 2010; Salihu et al., 2012; Zubiolo et al., 2014).
Almost all of the patients used coconut oil for hair dressing except two, who used either gingelly oil or a mixture of coconut oil and castor oil.
Coconut oil was used for hair dressing in 91 cases and gingelly oil and a mixture of coconut and castor oil used in the rest of the 9 cases respectively and almost all the patients take head bath once a week.
Lipase production from Aspergillus niger by solid-state fermentation using gingelly oil cake.
Recently cheap agricultural by products like gingelly oil cake (Kamini et al., 1998) and olive oil cake (Cordova et al., 1998; Kademi et al., 2003) have been gaining a great interest as suitable substrates in solid state fermentation for fungi.
[16] Kamini, N.R., Mala, J.G.S and Puvanakrishnan, R., 1998, " Lipase production from Aspergillus niger, by solid-state fermentation using gingelly oil cake", Proc.