Garam Masala


Origin: India                                                                    

General Information:

The meaning of Garam masala is “Spicy & Hot”. Garam masala is an aromatic mixture of spices. A hot mixture of spices is usually made of a   ground coriander, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, and pepper, used in Indian cooking. Those are the basic ingredients. In India, there are hundreds of types of garam masala available in market. Different manufacturers have different recipes and for that they are known.


Coriander seeds 

Black Peppercorns 

Black Cumin seeds (Shahjeera) 

Dry Ginger 

Black Cardamom 



Crushed Bay Leaves 

  • You can use other ingredients also to make it aromatic and according to your own choice.

Our Garam Masala recipe is known for its aromatic and spiciness. We are glad to claim that once our Garam Masala is part of your recipe, it is going to be there forever. 

How to use:

As a spice.


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