Master Indian Cuisine
Here is a delicious vegan entrée that uses a host of delicious aromatic spices, including cardamom, coriander, cinnamon, Indian Bay, and cloves to flavour an unsurpassable Punjabi-style tomato/onion gravy.
Aloo Methi (or fenugreek potatoes) is our favourite potato side-dish, and we have seen a few different recipes and methods, however by far our favourite preparation is to cook them up like hash browns, adding just the right extra ingredients for a hearty and simple yet gourmet side-dish that you will want to make again and again.
Working in restaurants for years didn't prepare me for working with hing, (or carom, or really any of the other esoteric spices in the beautiful Indian flavour palette). Then I became a culinary writer for Master Indian, and I fell in love with hing.
Master Indian Spice is all for making easy authentic Indian food at home using our cooking kits. One thing our kits cannot do, however, is include fresh ginger/garlic paste.
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 deep, smoky sweet pepper flavour. They are a perfect mild substitute for Indian green chilies.
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