A mix of roasted and ground spices used to make the simplest Bihari stir-fry dishes called Bhujia. Everyday-meals become more special when you can turn potatoes into Aloo Ki Bhujia or Okra into Bhindi Ki Bhujia. Fragrant and delicious dishes made from this special blend of spices.
Chammanthi Podi An amazing dry chutney powder made of made of coconut, gram flour and spices, this rust colored dust is glorious. Pour some ghee or coconut oil over a spoonful or simply sprinkle on to your plate as a condiment for idly, dosa or ghee rice.
Curry Leaf Rice Mix A fragrant and fresh tasting rice dish from Tamil Nadu. This rice mix made from curry leaves, makes for a healthy, flavorful rice dish. A quick and easy meal to pack for lunches or just serve for a fast and tasty meal.
Dal Moth is a delicious mix of lentils, nuts and spices. Perfect for snacking by the spoonful and will keep you coming back for more. A specialty of Agra. Net Weight: 100g Shelf Life: 3 months from date of packing
East Indians are Bombay’s native Christian community with their own unique cuisine, the star of which is the elusive East Indian Bottle Masala. Families have secret recipes for this fragrant spice mix that is used in many East Indian dishes and is made up of over 30 different spices, roasted, ground and usually stored in old beer bottles.
Laal Mirch ka Achaar Fresh red chilies filled with a mix of their own seeds, mustard & fennel seeds and spices and left to soak up the sun before being pickled in mustard oil. Fiery, bright and delicious. The heat you feel on your lips and tongue will be worth it as every bite is a wild flavor experience.
Mint Rice Mix A fragrant and exceptionally flavorful mint rice dish from Tamil Nadu where a variety of quick rice dishes are a standard in the kitchens of busy home cooks. This little Pudina Sadam mix will set you on your way to creating your own Mint Rice in super quick time. Just add rice and the mix will do the rest. Shelf Life: 6 months from date of packing
This Desi cooler from Bihar is refreshing & savoury, with a hint of Jeera and traditional Sendha namak. An Indian superfood, rich source of protein, great for gut health. All you need to do, is, add some water and chopped onions (only if you like the crunch and sweetness) and it’s ready to serve.
Yogurt Chili (Kondattam Molagu): AKA Sun Dried Curd Chilis. Chilis soaked in a spiced yogurt mix and dried in the hot Kerala sun. These spicy, crunchy, tangy chilis are fantastic blistered in hot ghee or oil and served as a side dish with rice, idli, dosa or any of your favourite meals.