Consumer Packaged Blended Spices

 
Baingan Bharta Masala

Baingan Bharta can be prepared two ways with roasted eggplant – one with accompanying raw ingredients which typically includes mustard oil and the other with cooked ingredients . With the traditional Indian spices it makes the humble Bhaingan Bharta dish into a delicious dish that is truly mouth watering .


















Bombay Biryani Masala
Bombay Biryani is the most delicious and traditional Rice dishes in the world. Bombay Biryani Masala is a spice mix with lots of Indian spices to turn the Biryani dish into a flavourful and aromatic one.

















Butter Chicken Masala
Butter Chicken (Makhan Murg) recipe is a warm and fragrant recipe due to the added blend of various Indian Spices. Butter Chicken Masala is a ready to use perfectly blended masala to provide that exotic aroma and Flavor to the rich Butter chicken gravy.

















Chana Masala

Channa Masala is an elaborate mix of several exotic and rich spices which makes and gives the dish an authentic Punjabi taste and flavour . Chana Masala is one of those amazing and tasty dishes that would truly refresh your palates and ask for more.




















Chana Dal Masala

Chana Dal Masala is a special spice mix when added to the dish ,enhances the flavor and taste to the palette. Chana Dal masala is one of those amazing and tasty dishes that would truly refresh your palates and ask for more.



















Chat Masala

A mix of hot spices common in India that are used to flavor a variety of appetizer-like foods, fruit salads, fresh fruit, fruit juices, or vegetable salads. Chat is a term in India that refers to something to be licked when applied to snacks or appetizers, so the title of this spice mix references its use with finger foods or snacks as it is sprinkled over the foods for a flavorful topping. This is similar to salting popcorn or other foods and may then be licked off or eaten as part of the food. A dash of Chat masala on fruits, juices,salads,sandwiches,fried and snacks brings out the sour and sweet taste of the chat items.
















Chhole Masala

Chole also known as Chana Masala is a chickpea dish cooked in a spicy tomato gravy . Chhola Masala is a unique and authentic blend of two dozen carefully chosen ingredients that gives the dish its traditional north Indian aroma and taste.
















Chicken Curry Masala

Chicken Curry Masala is a suitable blend of a dozen spices to produce the perfect chicken curry with a rich texture and taste. Chicken Curry Masala is aromatic and has an incredible fragrance lingering when cooked that is mouth-watering and appetizing. This recipe is an authentic dish if prepared by adding coconut with spices for exclusive south Indian taste . Coconut is a vital ingredient in most of the dishes in the cuisine of South India














Curry powder
Curry Powder is a typical blend of traditional spices for use in all types of Indian curries to attain a typical taste and aroma. Curry powder is basically a mixture of spices of widely varying composition based on South Asian cuisine.. In the western world, curry powder mixtures tend to have a fairly standardized taste, though a great variety of spice mixtures are used in Indian cuisine.

















Dahi Wada Masala

A popular north Indian dish of lentil dumplings soaked in Yoghurt. Dahi Vada can just as easily be a main dish on a hot day as it can be the perfect accompaniment to other meat or vegetable dishes on a special occassion.














Dal Makhani Masala

Dal Makhani Masala is a true combination of rich and aromatic spices to bring out the authentic taste of the most important dish of north india. This is an excellent combination of spices that adds an exotic taste and flavor to any cooked pulses . Made from best quality ingredients, the combination of spices has been formulated to provide excellent taste to 'Dal Makhani' that is the most common dish in North India.














Egg Curry Masala

Egg Curry Masala is a special blend of Indian spices for cooking up mouth watering egg curry dish. Boiled and roasted eggs were cooked in a spicy onion-tomato gravy. The sweetness from onion and tomatoes blends exotically with the masala and spice powders. The more the onions were, the tastier the dish turns out to be. A wonderful mix of sweetness and spiciness leaves through the tongue at every spoonful of rice and curry.
Indian egg curry can be served with rice/Indian flat bread/ white bread














Fish Curry Masala

Fish Curry Masala is a Critically balanced and blended combination of rich spices which when added to the marinated fish ,fried fish,and seafood brings its true and rich taste. This is the perfect masala blend for favorite fish curry dish from the eastern part of India.














Five Star Garam Masala

This is Purely rich and exotic blend of Indian ground spices for use to add a hot spicy taste to the dishes for use mainly in five star hotels














Garam Masala


Garam Masala which literally means hot (Garam) spice (Masala) is a spice blend used throughout India and the rest of the Indian Subcontinent. This special blend of spice is used in a small quantity at the end of cooking or fried in the beginning of cooking to add a subtle flavor to the cooked dish. Garam masala must be added in small quantities, or else it will overpower the dish.














Homely Garam Masala

This homely mix of hot and other traditional Indian spices to give the dish a rich texture and hot spicy taste for use mainly at home.













Hyderabadi Biryani Masala

This is an excellent combination of spices to impart the authentic hyderabadi touch in terms of aroma and taste. Biryani is a popular dish and relished all across India. Hyderabadi Biryani is one of the most sought after variants of the popular biryani. The name is a giveaway, Hyderabadi Biryani has its origins from Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh , India Hyderabad is the best destination to enjoy the Hyderabadi Biryani. Try out the famous Hyderabadi Biryani by preparing it with use of our Hyderabadi Biryani Masala












Madras Curry Power


This is a quite essential blend of south Indian spices to give the curries a madras touch. A typical, strong south Indian curry blend that releases its flavours after only a short cooking time. Hence, it can be added towards the end of cooking in dishes If a recipe calls for roasted curry powder, dry heat a frying pan, add the spice and move around to prevent it burning; once fragrant remove. Great in rice or minced meat fillings, or added to mayonnaise for a dipping sauce.













Meat Curry Masala


This is carefully crafted blend of various spices adds to the meat rich taste and aroma. Meat cooked with tomatoes and a spicy garlic chutney. Whip up a spicy and curry, the best Indian style.
Ingredients; red chilli, paprika, salt, coriander, turmeric, cumin, ginger, garlic, green cardamom, black pepper, brown cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, black cumin, clove, methi seed, nigella seed.













Pakora Masala


Pakora is a popular snack in the Indian sub-continent, usually served with Tea. Its usually consumed when its hot & crispy during a raining day.
















Panipuri Masala


This unique blend of masala goes allout to get one the sweet and sour tanginess of the dish.
Pani poori, also known as Phoochka, Gol Gappa or Gup chup is a popular street snack in the Indian subcontinent, especially in India & Pakistan. It comprises a round, hollow "poori", fried crisp and filled with a watery mixture of tamarind, chili, chaat masala , potato, onion and chickpeas. The name pani poori literally means "water in fried bread".













Pav Bhaji Masala


This is an ideal blend of rich Indian spices that imparts an immaculate taste to the Pav bhaji. A well-loved food all over India, Paav Bhaaji is western Indian in origin. Paav Bhaji is so wholesome it can be taken as a meal. Paav Bhaaji is also a hot favorite Indian street food and scores of vendors can be seen in streets all over Bombay (Mumbai) where it is probably most popular.













Podina Chutney Masala


Podina Chutney is mostly eaten in North India. It is used as a dip for Samosas, Kachoris, Pakoras and eaten with meals. Pudina Chutney can be made with sour unripe mangoes or curd. Pudina Chutney is very tasty. Pudina Chutney Masala is a unique blend masala that gives the chutney a healthy,nutritious and yummy taste.













Pulao Masala


Pulao Masala is a special blend of spices used all over India and the rest of the Indian subcontinent as a flavorant while preparing pulao (a flavored rice based dish). This special blend of spice is used in very small quantity at the end of cooking or is fried in the beginning of cooking which adds a wonderful, aromatic and subtle flavor to the cooked rice. Pulao Masala is mainly added to those flavored rice like the vegetable pulao, egg pulao, chicken pulao etc. Pulao masala is made with a fusion of few spices which includes Star anise (badyani), bay leaf, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and pepper corns. Pulao masala helps in recreating the mixed flavors of all the whole spices used in a pulao without roasting and grinding them individually.












Raita Masala


Raita is a simple preparation made by adding fruits, vegetables or any other thing to beaten curds. Most Indian families enjoy curds either plain or in the form of delicious raitas as an accompaniment with lunch or dinner. Raitas are unique because they are cool and spicy at the same time. Indians cherish a large variety of raitas.















Rajma Masala


Rajma Masala is an assortment of carefully choosen and blended spices to bring out the spicy Punjabi taste and aroma to the cuisine. Rajma is a classic favorite curry mostly preferred by North Indians . Mughal emperor Shah Jahan decribed it as Heaven on earth . In preparation of Rajma the tasty red kidney beans are simmered slowly in a medium spicy tomato & onion curry.













Rasam Masala


Rasam Masala a classic and authentic spice blend to give rasam a mild sweet and sour taste. Rasam is an integral part of South Indian meals. This is a very simple rasam prepared with tomatoes, whole black pepper and cumin seeds. Rasam is a perfect recipe to enjoy the true flavours of home-made South Indian cooking. Serve this protein and vitamin packed rasam as an accompaniment to Nutritious Stuffed Idlis, or plain steamed rice.













Restobar Garam Masala


Restobar Garam Masala is a basic blend of Indian spices,to flavor the dish with hot spicy taste for use in Restaurants .
















Sabji Masala


Sabji Masala is a widely used blend of spices to perk up any vegetable dish to give the characteristic taste of the vegetable plus the added aroma.















Sambhar Masala


Sambhar Masala is a delicate blend of many Indian spices to capture the right flavours of south Indian Sambhar. This south Indian spice blend is mostly used to prepare vegetarian dishes including sambhar. The beans in the recipe give it a nutty flavor and also help thickening of the gravy. Normally, all the ingredients are roasted one at a time on a hot griddle with Ghee and then ground to a powder.













Shahi Biryani Masala


This is an exotic spice mix with added ‘ shahi ‘ ingredients to make it a memorable and nostalgic dish.
Shahi Biryani Masala is the most delicious and traditional Rice dishes in the world. Biryani is the mixture of Rice, meat and spices. Or Rice , Vegetables, and Spices.














Shahi Paneer Masala


This is a perfect combination of flavouring spices which gives the dish the Sindhi stamp. All origins have its own speciallity with a little diffrences of spices-this Sindhi biryani masala has a great taste.















Sindhi Biryani Masala


This is a perfect combination of flavouring spices which gives the dish the Sindhi stamp. All origins have its own speciallity with a little diffrences of spices-this Sindhi biryani masala has a great taste.















Tandoor Chicken Masala


This is an exclusive concoction of masalas which impart the tandoori chicken a mouth watering flavor and taste. Tandoori Chicken Masala is used extensively with dishes as tandoori chicken. In this dish, the chicken is covered with a mixture of plain yogurt and tandoori masala. The chicken is then roasted in thetandoor at very high heat. The chicken prepared in this fashion has a pink-colored exterior and a savory flavor. Other chicken dishes, in addition to tandoori chicken, use this masala, such as tikka or butter chicken, most of them Punjabi dishes. Meat other than chicken can be used (for example, intandoori fish) or replaced by paneer (paneer tikka).