If you've eaten Indian cuisine, you've inevitably tried garam masala! This staple blend is the backbone of many popular dishes, and each family's secret recipe is unique! While garam masala means "warm spice," this blend presents an additional aromatic element, with the sweet notes of cinnamon and the light airiness of coriander. Whether for korma, biryani, tikka masala, or tandoori, garam masala is an essential spice in your kitchen.
Garam Masala Powder:
Garam masala is a highly aromatic and flavorful blend of roasted and ground spices. The word garam means “heating the body” or “hot,” while masalatranslates to “spice mixture.” It is widely used in Indian cuisine and featured in traditional dishes such as biryani, murgh kari (chicken curry) and tikka masala. Although recipe ingredients vary throughout the region, and from family to family, the blend typically consists of black pepper, cloves,cinnamon, cumin, nutmeg, cardamom and coriander. Use a dash to add warmth and a hint of sweetness to chicken, fish, soups, vegetables, rice pilaf and potatoes.
Koriander, Knoflook, Kaneel, Komijn, Anijs, Kruidnagelen, Peper, Steranijs, Nootmuskaat, Kardamom, Gember, Kurkuma, Mace, Chillie, Currybladeren.
Coriander, Garlic, Cinnamon, Cumin, Aniseed, Cloves, Pepper, Star anise, Nutmeg, cardamom, Ginger, Turmeric, Mace, Chilli, Curry Leaf