Garam masala is a whole range of Indian spices. The name is translated from Hindi as "hot spice". Garam masala is used not only as a separate spice, but also combined with many others. Seasoning gives dishes a special aroma and flavor. Given the potent classic mixture widely used in Indian cuisine, garam masala has a robust nutritional profile. It is believed that it will increase the absorption of minerals and vitamins, help to detoxify your body, eliminate bad breath and relieve inflammation.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: UK
INGREDIENTS: Coriander seed ground, cumin seed ground, cassia ground, ginger ground, black pepper ground, cloves ground.
ALLERGENS: No known allergens.
Packed on premises that handles nuts (including peanuts), sesame, products containing dairy, soya and products containing gluten.
STORAGE: Cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
HOW TO ENJOY
This versatile mixture is powerful by itself for seasonings. But also garam masala tea is very popular in India, as not only quenches thirst, but also allows you to escape from the heat.
The seasoning goes especially well with chicken, pork and lamb.
Garam masala can be added to rice, which makes the dish taste like pilaf. Alternatively, try side dish from potatoes and meat with a little of these aromatic spices.