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    Dietary Information:

    • Organic
    • Peanut Free
    • Vegan
    • Gluten-Free
    • Dairy Free
    • Non GMO



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    Garam Masala

    Garam Masala





    coriander, cloves, ginger, mustard and other spices. contains mustard. may contain sulphites.





    Usage Tips:

    add to curries, vegetable dishes, soups, or stews toward the end of cooking, or sprinkled on top of a dish just before serving. garam masala is also great in marinades or as a dry rub for meat. it can also be added to fried doughs and batters for an extra note of spicy texture.


    store in an airtight container in a cool, dry and dark place. do not refrigerate as the humidity can deteriorate the garam masala.

    Point of Interest:

    garam masala is a spice mixture that’s used throughout india and other parts of south asia. in india, “masala” refers to any type of spice blend, while “garam” refers to heat or warmth. garam masala is generally not hot in the way that a chili pepper is, but rather it adds an aromatic and pungent kick to foods.

    the blend of spices in garam masala differs from region to region, however some of the more common spices include cumin, black pepper, cardamom and coriander. unlike other spice mixes and curry powders, garam masala is usually added at the end of cooking to retain the pungent, spicy flavour. it is typically used in small quantities, as large amounts can overpower a dish.

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