Shan Mandhi Spice Mix-50grm
5 in stock
5 in stock
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High-Quality Black Pepper Crushed Powder. Ready to be used for cooking. Black pepper is a spice native to India that can be found primarily in the Western Ghats and Malabar region. It is renowned for its ability to add a dazzling depth of flavor and heat. Order from Buddy Basket Online Store.
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Vathakulambu Powder Preparation
Fry vathal in required quantity of edible oil. Heat gingelly oil, add mustard seeds, dried red chillies and saute. Add curry leaves, garlic, onions, tomatoes and cook well. Add 50g Aachi Vathakulambu Masala and 500ml of water. Then add coconut milk, fried vathal and salt. Tasty Vathakulambu is ready-to-serve.
Option1: Fry few garlic, small onion & finely cut tomatoes along with vathal and prepare as above.
Option2: Instead of vathal fry cauliflower / Drumstick / Mushroom / Ladiesfinger (200 gms) in oil along with option. Grind 1 tomato with little coconut and add at the end before removing from fire.
Red Chillies, Coriander, Fenugreek, Tamarind, Salt, Sugar, Compounded Asafoetida, Mustard, Rice flour, Toor Double Horseal, Curry Leaves
Asafoetida is used in savory dishes, often to add a more full flavor by mimicking the taste of onions, garlic, egg, and even meat. … It’s a staple ingredient in Indian cooking, commonly used along with turmeric in lentil dishes like dal, and a variety of vegetable dishes.”
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