1. Garam Masala
easy to make as it involves roasting and blending of Indian spices.
2. Chai ka Masala a dash of spices always makes chai a lot more interesting, especially on cold winter days and wet monsoon ones!
3. Baharat a tongue-tickling mix of pepper, red chillies, cinnamon, cloves and several other spices.
4. Punjabi Garam Masala a must-have item, which you ought to prepare and store before trying your hand at Punjabi cooking!
5. Chole Masala Powder freshly-ground batch of chole masala powder will beat any commercial brand hands down.
6. Peri Peri Masala is very easy to make and can be made in 5 mins. If you are someone who loves spicy food, I am sure you are going to love this peri peri masala recipe.
7. Homemade Tandoori Masala
Powder recipe gives you the same flavour and aroma as store-bought Tandoori Masala, in fact even better because it is freshly-made at home.
• It is combined with cardamom, cinnamon, fennel and cloves to make tea masala, which is brewed along with tea to get a strong flavour.
• Dried ginger powder is used in Indian, specifically Punjabi marinades for Tandoori starters.
• It is commonly used to flavour gingerbreads.
• Dried ginger powder is also used in certain foods given to pregnant women and nursing mothers, such as Katlu, which is a mixture of gum resin, ghee, dried ginger powder, nuts and sugar.
• A special tea made out of dried ginger powder, along with other spices like pepper and coriander seeds, is very famous in southern states such as Tamilnadu and Kerala. Known as sukku kaapi, it is a perfect drink for cold winter mornings, although many prefer it over coffee and tea in the summers too.
How to store dried ginger powder (sonth)
• Always store dried ginger powder in an airtight container in a cool and dry place, away from moisture.
Health Benefits of dried ginger powder (sonth)
• Dried ginger powder is an effective cure for indigestion, sore throat, cold and cough.
• It is used to treat nausea.
• Ginger's therapeutic properties help stimulate blood circulation, cleanse the bowels and kidneys, remove toxins from the body and nourish the skin.