Indian Spices (Ground)
Indian Spices are used in Indian food in many ways. They may be used ground or whole, fried or roasted, dry or as paste, added at the beginning or end of cooking, alone or in mixes (masalas).
Indian food is as diverse as Indian culture itself with a dish and flavour for every palate. Local customs and availability determine the balance of herbs and spices that characterise regional cuisine, with each region of India producing its own unique dishes, from the pilaus and breads of the North West region to the coconut chutneys of the tropical South.
However, the spices most often throughout the India are Turmeric, Coriander, Cumin, Black Pepper, Mustard Seeds, Cardamom, Cloves, Fennel Seeds, Ginger, Garlic and Chillies.
TRS Hot Madras Curry powder is very popular spice and its origin is basically from the South of India.
Ingredients: coriander, turmeric, mustard, chickpeas, cumin, chilli, fenugreek, pepper, garlic, salt, fennel, curry leaf
Weight: 100g. ...
Amchur (amchoor) is ground, previously dried, unripe mangoes. It gives the dish a sour taste. They can be used for each dish, mango powder can be used instead of the lemon juice.
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Garam Masala is the most important spice in indian cuisine. It's a mix o few spices. It gives an original, oriental taste and aroma to the dishes. Dishes with the addition of garam masala are spice but it's different taste than that which ...
Tandoori masala is a very popular spice in Indian cuisine. Originally used for the dishes prepared in the Tandoor (first meat or any other ingredient is marinated in a mix of tandoori masala and plain yoghurt). Nowadays tandoori masala is used for ...
Black pepper is a species of plant in the family of piperaceae. It comes from India, it is cultivated in many tropical countries.
It is cultivated for fruit peppercorn which is obtained pepper seasoning.
Black pepper is obtained from the ...
Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices in the world. In Polish cuisine is primarily used for cakes and desserts and some roast meat. In Indian cuisine is widely used in vegetable dishes and meat dishes. It is also an important component of spice ...
Ginger has quite a strong flavor and aroma. In Indian cuisine is used for many dishes. It is also component of the spice blend for tea. Aids digestion and is a potent germicide.
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