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Master Indian Spice Kits use authentic traditional recipes that are as close to the original as you can get without making it completely from scratch. Each spice kit allows you to add the spices using the traditional layering method of Indian cuisine.
Since our spice kits are separated into packets for each step of the cooking process, you can decide, at the end, how much Indian chili you're going to add to your dish. We provide enough Indian chili powder with each kit for an extremely hot meal, but use what you want.
Our spice kits are as easy to prepare as they are authentic and delicious. This combination, the ease of preparation and the authenticity of the process makes our spice kits perfect for all chefs from the beginner to professional.
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Most Punjabi curries have that mouth-watering base of spice-fried onions and tomatoes. To this we've added coconut milk, vegan butter and some selected spices for a mouthwatering, relatively simple-to-prepare vegan chick-pea curry with a delightfully complex flavour.
Last week, for Soupfest 2019, a local soup competition in Fredericton, Master Indian Spice made Dal Makhani for 450 people to have a 3 ounce serving (50 L total). That’s enough for 150 people to have a 10 oz serving.
Recently, we wrote an article on the best Indian Spices to use when expanding your spice larder. They're spices you can find at any Indian grocer. We made the list a top 20, and there were a few that didn't get in, but which definitely deserve mention. One of those is Nigella, or, as it is known in India, Kalonji.