Garam Masala - Selected for Quality
What is Garam Masala?
Garam Masala is a blend of ground spices used extensively in Indian cuisine. The spices for garam masala are usually toasted to bring out more flavour and aroma, and then ground. The word masala simply means "spices," and garam means "hot." However, garam masala doesn't necessarily constitute a particularly spicy blend. The powdered form is typically gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian, while you will need to check the label for garam masala paste to see what is included. Garam masala adds warmth, sweetness, floral notes, and a touch of heat from the black pepper. It is intended to be a fragrant spice as well as flavourful. While cumin, coriander, and turmeric may remind you of curry, garam masala is generally not fiery hot.
Where does Garam Masala Come From?
The blend is thought to have originated in Northern India and some have traced its first use to the Mongol Empire in the 13th century. The number of Garam Masala variations is endless and each region in India has its own version which accompanies the cuisine and spices grown in that climate. .
Entirely Ingredients Garam Masala?
Our Garam Masala is a food grade and selected for the highest quality. Simply - Indian/European, Cinnamon - Indonesia, Cloves - Indonesia, Ginger- Nigeria, Star Anise - China, Cumin - India, Chilli - India, Fennel - India, Black Pepper - Vietnam, Bay Leaves - Turkey, Sunflower Oil – UK/EU, Nutmeg - Indonesia, Cardamom (spice) - India / Guatemala.