Asafoetida (Heeng)

Asafoetida (Heeng)is called for often in Indian cooking, primarily with legumes and dishes featuring vegetables such as cauliflower.While on its own,the smell may strike you as overpowering and somewhat unpleasant,in cooking it mellows out and produces a flavor similar to onion and garlic. In India this hing spice is crucial for the Jains, who do not eat root crops.Contains asafoetida microfine powder,wheat and rice flour,gum arabic.

Garam masala

Garam masala is a mixture of ground spices used in preparation of indian foods.The choice of a good garam masala powder is a matter of personal taste and liking.Some tike it hot,strong and pungent. While some like it mild like this Simple masala which is best for every day cooking and is suitable to allincluding kids without leaving us dehydrated.

Paneer masala

paneer masala is a preparation of paneer in a thick gravy made up of cream, tomatoes and spices from the Indian subcontinent. It is mainly eaten with roti, naan, rice, other breads. Paneer is the word for cottage cheese, and shahi is the term for royal (in reference to the Imperial Court).

mutton masala

Meat masala is a spice mix used in Keralan cuisine, typically as a marinade for various types of meat, especially mutton. Meat masala can either be rubbed onto pieces of meat as a dry powder mix, or combined with oil to make a paste that more easily coats the meat.

Chili powder

Chili powder has many applications, and the rich flavor of The Spice House red chile powder never disappoints. This medium heat version has just the right level of spice for provide a pleasant chili kick, without burning any tongues.

Raita masala

we prefer to have a side dish with roti sabzi or dal-rice combo. So i usually prepare a raita or a quick stir fry veggie dish. not only one gets more variety,but these are healthy too.
this masala raita as the name suggests have some spice powders apart from onions and coriander leaves.adding onions are optional in the raita we like onions in raita,as it gives a nice crnch to the raita thus add them.but you can skip them also.i always prepare curd a night before, for making any curd based dishes like raita or curd rice.you can use store bought curd also.if you are new to preparing curd at home,then you can check this method of making crud at home. the curd can be used once its set or even chiled curd can be use. refrigerate this is raita after preparing it.you can also serve the raita chilled.

chole masala

chole masala or chana masala is one of the most popular curry dishes from India. In fact in north India no wedding or party is complete until you have chole masala on the menu. I remember whenever we would call someone over for lunch or dinner, mom would almost always make chole.

Turmeric

Turmeric may be the most effective nutritional supplement in existence. Many high-quality studies show that it has major benefits for your body and brain.

Coriander

Coriander is a plant. People use the seed for medicine. Coriander is used for digestion problems including upset stomach, loss of appetite, hernia, nausea, diarrhea, bowel spasms, and intestinal gas. It is also used to treat measles, hemorrhoids, toothaches, worms, and joint pain, as well as infections caused by bacteria and fungus. Some breast-feeding women use coriander to increase milk flow. In foods, coriander is used as a culinary spice and to prevent food poisoning. In manufacturing, coriander is used as a flavoring agent in medicines and tobacco and as a fragrance in cosmetics and soaps.

Chicken Masala

Masala Chicken is one of the most delicious non-veg preparations. Made with some easily available ingredients. It might look difficult to prepare, but we have found the easiest recipe to prepare this amazing delicacy. Here’s how you can cook it, in the restaurant style at the convenience of your home. Soak the chicken pieces in some lukewarm water with a small pinch of salt, this will reduce the time required to cook the chicken and will make the pieces soft & tender.