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Jaifal
Nutmeg.
  
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Jaifal Or Taifal
Nutmeg.
  
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Jal Frezi
Sautee or stir fry
  
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Jalebi
An Indian dessert. A flour, milk powder and yoghurt batter pushed through a narrow funnel into deep frying oil to produce golden curly crispy rings. Served cold or hot in syrup.
  
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Javatri
Mace.
  
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Javitri
The outer part of the nutmeg. Mace
  
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Jeera
Cummin or Cumin There are two types of seeds white and black. The white seeds are a very important spice in Indian cookery. The black seeds (Kala Jeera) are seldom used. Both can be used whole or ground.
  
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Jeera Or Zeera
Cummin.
  
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Jhanna
Flat slotted spoon.
  
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Jinga
Prawns.
  
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