Master Indian Cuisine
Canadian Indian cultural cuisine company, Master Indian Spice, showcases the authentic Patiala Chicken Curry recipe.
Chicken marinated in yogurt, then roasted, then combined with an irresistible sauce made from tomato, butter, onions and a dynamic mixture of Indian spices makes for an extraordinarily pleasing culinary experience.
Korma is a comfort food, and it is one of the most delicious imaginable preparations of chicken. Like many Indian dishes, it originates from the Mughal incursions into India. Master Indian's Korma is an exceptionally well-balanced, mild curry that appeals to everyone, including children (provided, of course, you decide not to make your dish hot.)
A delicious, savoury dish from northern India, bringing together a captivating combination of roasted potatoes and cauliflower with a heavenly semi-dry sauce. Aloo Gobi is one of the dishes we don't talk about enough.
When Master Indian Spice began selling spice kits, we started with an Indian classic: Butter Chicken. This creamy, irresistable restaurant entrée is one of the best-loved Indian dishes in the world. This is our package recipe.
When you cook Indian food, you work with whole spices, and when you have whole spices on hand, nothing beats a mortar and pestle. Whole spices are excellent because they hold onto the volatile oils that sometimes evaporate once a spice has been ground and then stored.
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.
If you are a cook or a chef, your spice larder is like your artist's palette. It only takes a handful of Indian recipes to explore a whole new world of culinary colour, metaphorically speaking. For that reason, we've assembled a list of the 20 spices we consider the most essential to Indian cooking as we know it.