Master Indian Cuisine
It's not often we dig out reapers, ghosts or scorpion peppers. But there are good reasons to use these monsters in cooking, you just have to know how. In this article, chef Ben explains how he uses super hot peppers in preparing Indian cuisine.
On ice-cream, a sweet hot sauce is a great topping. The heat is a surprise, but the ice cream takes it away immediately. Before strawberry season closes, Master Indian Spice wanted to present a sauce, versions of which we've made every berry season for the past three years for friends and family, that we've grown to love.
Poblano peppers are beautifully mild green peppers that impart a deeper, smokier flavour than the comparable, yet somewhat spicier Jalapeño. Make authentic Indian food at home a little milder.
Master Indian has trialed a few spice mixes to make the classic onion chip dip into a delicious, Indian spiced novelty that your friends will love!
Turmeric should be celebrated. Its health benefits are numerous, significant, and clinically-proven. A vertiable health revolution has occurred around turmeric, and hence you can find countless preparations of the classic spice. If you make turmeric a regular part of your diet, we figure you might as well make it as delicious as possible
Master Indian's Chef Ben created a vegan recipe consisting of ground tofu and veggies spiced with coriander, cumin, cardamom, and others, wrapped in a lightly seasoned, perfectly-cooked pasta shell, topped with a simple but sumptuous cumin-coconut sauce.
Peanut thai curry sauce is a beautiful, zesty summer flavour. In this black bean bowl recipe, we've brought our peanut thai sauce to a new level with two secret ingredients...
Here at Master Indian Spice, our staff routinely experiment with Indian cuisine. This is one vegan recipe that blew us all away! Especially for those of us who are vegan or vegetarian, having a variety of Indian meals on hand can really help with the enjoyment of traditional vegan proteins such as Tempeh.
Madras Curry is the product of Indian-English cultural fusion. In fact, though modern-day Chennai was once called Madras, there is no dish in India called Madras curry. Still, through English visitors, an amazing dish inspired by a curry made there was exported and given the name Madras.
Canadian Indian cultural cuisine company, Master Indian Spice, showcases the authentic Patiala Chicken Curry recipe.