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Garam Masala

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The first requirement of an Indian cook is to become a good masalchi, or spice blender! This blend varies regionally throughout India. Garam, from Hindi, means ‘hot’, and masala means ‘spice mixture’; it is not, however, hot in the same way as a chilli, but pungent.

Use towards the end of cooking to draw out the flavours and preserve the aromas. Fantastic in baking when used in place of mixed spice.
Coriander, cinnamon, cumin, nutmeg, clove, cardamom, ginger, fennel, pepper, cassia.
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Reviewed by Kimba F.
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Garam Masala

I love this spice mix. It's universal to so many dishes that it should be a staple in EVERY kitchen!

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Reviewed by Tarun S.
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Very useful spice in North Indian cooking!

I regularly use Garam Masala in my cooking, and I strongly recommend that this spice needs to be mixed with equal amounts of turmeric, paprika (or Kashmiri chilli powder), and coriander powder. To offset the intense flavours and aid in easy digestion, I suggest that you add a small pinch of asafoetida whenever you are cooking Indian food. It reduces acidity and brings out new flavours to the overall dish.

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