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Marathi Moggu are also known as Kapok Buds, they're the buds of the Kapok tree.
They're a type of Indian caper, which are dry and used as a spice. Once fried in oil the flavours come out.
Usually not had raw, it's sauteed or used as a part of roasted and ground spice powders.
Its popular in bisi bele bath, Karnataka style dishes. Even finds its use in Andra and chettinadu cuisine.
Did you know ? Though it's refered to as Marathi Moggu it's a spice native to Karnataka