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Place of Origin
It is believed to have originated in Northern Indian cuisine.
Garam Masala is used in vegetarian and vegan dishes and soups based on legumes and vegetables. It can be used in various curries, vegetables, stews, lentils, soups and several meaty delicacies like Mutton Korma, Rogan Josh, etc. to add an extra hint of spiciness. It can be used to season any marinades used for chicken, meat or fish dishes.
Taste and Aroma Description
Garam masala adds warmth, sweetness, floral notes.
Store in cool, dark and dry place.
Cumin, Coriander, Bay Leaf, Black Pepper, Black Cardamom, Javitri, Clove, Nutmeg, Shahi Jeera, Star Anise.