Cashew nuts are a common ingredient in Asian cooking. For example, in dishes such as "chicken with cashews" and in indian pilafs, poha, couscous and vegetables. Dried nuts like cashews are used to thicken curries and add theat extra speecial taste and texture found in restaurant style curries.
A usual Bengali lunch consists of vegetable Shukto, dal or lentils, fries or fritters, a vegetarian curry, fish and egg, chicken or mutton curry served with rice and chutney. Bengali Shukto is generally bitter in taste which is coveted for its healthy properties and this bitterness is offset with jaggery or sugar and milk or coconut milk. Our Traditional Ajika Bengali Sukta Spice Seasoning is an authentic Indian meal served in Indian homes in Calcutta.
All along the Malabar Coast of India tasty fish dishes are prepared with spices and coconut milk. This blend is a beautifully balanced combination of hot spices with the coolness of coconut milk. In addition to using it in fish, egg, beef or chicken curries, you can cook vegetables such as carrots, beans, cauliflower, okra and potato with it. You may add more coconut milk to make the dish more rich.
This spice blend adds a tremendous amount of flavor to meals. It is mainly used for dry curries. The spice blend is aromatic and the addition of paprika gives it a subtle zing. In India, many vegetables are stir-fried with spices and ginger garlic paste, and then steamed with a dollop of yogurt. In addition to being used as a stir fry seasoning for vegetables, meats may be marinated in this spice blend, then stir fried with onions and finally steamed with yogurt. You can start enjoying healthy Indian
Ghormeh sabzi are herbs to make Iranian stews (Khoresh). The main ingredients are a mixture of sauteed herbs, consisting mainly of fenugreek, parsley, leek, coriander. The herb mixture may be added to fresh spinach,�kidney beans, green onions, chives, dried limes, and lamb or�meat. Traditional Qormeh sabzi is almost always cooked with lamb and kidney beans, while in some northwestern regions of Iran, variations with black-eye beans exist. In recent times, some people replace beans with potatoes, which is
This very aromatic curry blend is based on the rich Maharajah style of cooking. After great hunts, the meats would be simmered in onion and garlic juices and special spices. This spice blend is perfect for adding a bit of both spice and flavor to your meat dishes. Whether it's prime rib, chicken or lamb this spice blend is great for any hearty meat. Can be used as an all purpose spice blend. You can start enjoying healthy Indian cuisine today from your own pantry! Our Organic Meat Curry Masala Spice Blend
This is our all-time favorite "namprik" paste from Maesri brand, who we find makes the finest quality chile pastes. Spoon this over freshly-made jasmine rice, mix it up and enjoy the great flavor of Thailand. Add meat, boiled eggs or vegetables to the mixture, or just eat with rice. You can also put some in a dish and serve as a dip for fresh vegetables (we particularly like it with cucumbers and string beans). It is "medium spicy", not flaming hot. Ingredients: chili (35%), mackerel fish (25%), onion
This popular, all natural Indian meal is eaten throughout India. It is typically accompanied by naan, raita, and a meat or vegetable dish. Our complete gourmet meal comes with a special blend of channa and masoor dal as well as our signature Ajika dal spice blend. Follow the detailed instructions to create a delicious meal in just minutes.
Tzatziki, tzadziki, or tsatsiki is a dip or sauce for souvlaki and gyros. It is made of strained yogurt with shredded, diced cucumbers and herbs and spices. In Cyprus it is called tarator. Serve with bread (loaf or pita) as part of the first course of a meal. It can also be served as a side dish. A similar dish in Iraq known as jajeek, is normally served as meze alongside alcoholic drinks, especially Arak, an Ouzo-like drink made out of dates. You can start enjoying healthy Indian cuisine today from your
Chicken curry is a popular dish among Indian food lovers across the world. There is nothing more satisfying than an authentic, down home Indian chicken curry. This old family recipe hails from northwest India, home to some of the best Indian chicken curry. Serve with rice or with and Indian bread such as naan, roti or pita. Additional uses include meat marinades or dry meat rub. It is useful as an all purpose spice blend. You can start enjoying healthy Indian cuisine today from your own pantry! Our Organic