Malvani [Fish / Chicken] Masala Powder (100gm)
Malvani Masala is a popular Maharashtrian spice mix, which is used to flavour chicken/fish curries. Malvani Masala also known as malvani macchi masala which has made seafood more appealing and flavoursome. It can also be used in cooking veg subzi.
Kitchen King Masala, as its name suggests, is the king of all spices. It is a combination of all the main spices used in vegetables. It is dark brown in colour. Kitchen king spice [powder] can be used in many Indian dishes, especially in Punjabi cuisine. It is mainly used in making vegetable pulav or biryani.
Amchur powder is made by drying a green mango. Green Mango is only available in the summer. However, it can be stored in the form of Amsul powder i.e. amchoor powder. Amchoor powder is included in the diet from amti and various vegetables.
Dry ginger is the dried form of ginger. Its powder is known as Ginger Masala (Sunth Powder). The pieces of ginger used as a spice are actually ginger root. Ginger is uprooted from the ground and cleaned thoroughly, then it is used as a spice.
Licorice root, also known as sweet root, is known mostly for its use as a sweetener in candies and beverages. There are many benefits of Jeshthmadh [Mulethi / Licorice] Powder such as remedying cough and cold, lowering joint pain, as well as treating digestive and respiratory.
Whenever Chhola Bhatura is mentioned, a tangy taste comes in the mouth. This dish becomes even more amazing when Punjabi Chole Kulcha Masala / Bhatura Chana Masala [Powder] is used to make it. You can buy this product online and at your local store nearby you.
Kala Masala is usually added with curries, soups and vegetable dishes. Kala Masala is a very distinctive and aromatic mixture of quality spices. Due to the addition of the fried onions, the kala masala gets a deeper dark brownish-black colour. Hence the name ‘kala’ which means black.
Chaat Masala Spice Mix [Powder] is prepared by mixing several spices, which can be sprinkled on any dish with a pinch. It is a spice that is very popular in India and other countries as well. It is commonly used in Tikki, Bhalle, Bhelpuri, Fruit Chaat and Curry. You can enjoy a different taste by sprinkling this chat masala on any dish. You can order it online or buy it from store nearby you.