Garam Masala - Bring the diversity of India into your kitchen
What does masala actually mean?
Masala comes from Hindi and means spices or ingredients. It is therefore often used as an ingredient in popular Indian dishes. Very well known is the ,,Garam Masala,, as well as Tandoori Masala. Our Premium Garam Masala is made according to an original Indian recipe and consists of the following spices:
What does garam masala actually taste like?
An earthy, slightly spicy flavour that is often used in Indian dishes. Masala stands for sauce, for dip and for a dish that is cooked with a sauce base. You should dissolve garam masala with a little fat in the pot before preparing your desired dish and cook it ready to eat.
We recommend that you test the spiciness, because the food you serve with it will still absorb the spiciness. When using this spice blend for the first time, it is best to have a bowl of sauce ready as a dip to try out whether the spiciness is so pleasant for you.
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The special properties of Garam Masala:
- earthy and slightly spicy taste
- is always used as a sauce and thus gives the dish not only spiciness but also creaminess
- Develops its pungency through the addition of fat
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