Restaurant Quality Doesn't Come from a Bottle
If you've used bottled Indian sauces, you know they don't taste like the restaurant (unless the restaurant uses bottled sauces!) Cooking authentic Indian food at home requires sourcing authentic spices, having dozens of whole spices on hand, grinding and measuring them, and using the right cooking methods. It takes a lot of time, and it's challenging. But it doesn't have to be.
Master Indian Spice kits each contain all the spices you need to prepare an authentic, restaurant-quality, family-sized Indian meal in just a few steps.
We guarantee that you will end up with a satisfying, restaurant-quality meal that your whole family will love.
When you get a little tired of the common savoury herbs: thyme, oregano, basil and so forth, you may think to experiment with tarragon and marjoram, but if you're anything like us, you'll find these flavours more puzzling than interesting. Instead, let's give you another option
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.