The Best Indian Food You've ever made
Have you ever used a bottled Indian sauce and thought "this doesn't taste like it's from the restaurant"?
Well, you never have to say that again.
Master Indian Spice has a simple mission: promote authentic, traditional, restaurant-quality, mouthwatering, completely satisfying Indian food by making it one of the easiest thing a busy cook can prepare in their own home. Our kits are completely authentic restaurant-quality Indian recipes broken down, step-by-step into four spice blends so that a cook of any level can easily prepare authentic Indian food. If you’ve ever wanted to eat Indian food at home, but you’ve been disappointed by one-step sauces and spice mixes that don’t taste like the real thing, look no further
All the classic Indian dishes in one place. These 5 dishes are the most popular dishes in Indian restaurants.
This butter chicken is delicious. One of my favorite meals and so simple to make.
I love this dish so much, it has to be my favourite. The shopping list on back of package is a great idea. The instructions are simple and easy to follow. After making this dish several times, I have made modifications to my family’s liking (I also modified the Masoor Dal Soup). I used 2 heads of cauliflower instead of 1, and use less potato, we really like the oven roasted cauliflower. This is another absolutely fantastic vegetarian dish that has won over my “carnivore “ husband.
I just want to mention I buy my Master Indian Spice packages and a local gift shop in my home town. I first was introduced to Master Indian Spice when I bought fried paneer from him at the Fredericton North Side Market (now closed)
Very easy to make recipe with amazing results! When I make this dish, I feel like an accomplished chef! This dish is so hearty and flavourful and smells soooo good cooking, I can hardly believe that I cooked it myself. The pre-made portioned spice packages are the secret to fantastic results, I couldn’t make this dish without it.
This soup is amazing! I love that the package of spices has a shopping list on the back so you know what to buy. The instructions are simple and easy to follow. After trying this soup a couple of times, I have made my own modifications to my family’s liking~I add 4 cups of cut up vegetables instead of 2 cups (usually I use sweet potato or butternut squash, potato and celery) and instead of 2 tomatoes I add 4-6 fresh cut up tomatoes. Sometimes we eat it as is, like a soup, or if it thickens up quite a bit, spooned over basmati rice. Even my “carnivore “ husband enjoys this vegetarian dish.
What a super Korma! It is just like the one I used to enjoy so much from my favourite Indian Restuarant in Regent Street, London UK. I remember there were flaked almonds in it there so I didn't grind the almonds too fine when I made mine and it tasted just the same with delightful tiny crunchy almond bits. I think the Korma just may replace the Aloo Gobi as my favourite from you.
I’ll be sorry when this product is gone, it is one of the easiest to make, love the one pan meals. I’ve been using your products since you were a vendor at the Kingston Farmer’s Market. Back then, the product was in a little cardboard box. Keep up the great work. It makes boring old chicken something delicious.
I made one of the packages and it was fantastic, can't wait to try the rest. They get 2 x 👍👍
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Easy to mske and delicious!
Our whole family has enjoyed trying different spice kits from Master Indian Spice and Tikka Masala is one of our favourites. Wonderful flavours and easy to follow instructions.
Great flavour, easy to follow instructions. Everyone loved their dinner!!
shar Tilley: most cuisines refer to their sauces as 'gravy'...not all gravies are brown...!
Haven’t received order yet😢
Hoping that these dishes make it into the regular rotation!
24 Top Indian Spices
Make sure to visit our blog post on the top Indian spices used in many curries.
Once you have mastered cooking Indian food using Master Indian's products, you will find that improvising comes naturally.
This article, plus our downloadable ebook (which you can obtain by following our page's popup window) will start you on the path to learning how to cook Indian food like they do in restaurants.