Provided rai na kuria or Spilt Mustard Seeds alludes to mustard seeds that are part through an uncommon procedure. To start with, the skin of the mustard seeds are expelled and disposed of. The skinless seeds are then ground coarsely. This coarsely ground skinless Spilt Mustard Seed is frequently alluded to as part mustard seeds, broke mustard seeds, rai na kuria or rai kuria. It is a typical fixing utilized as a part of making Indian pickles. It is a great expansion to curds, with parsley or coriander leaves.