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Rani Amchur (Mango) Ground Powder Spice 7oz (200g) ~ All Natural | Gluten Friendly | Vegan | NON-GMO | No Salt or Fillers | Indian Origin

$9.99
SKU B006PMVFGU
Product Type: Powder
Packaging: Plastic Bag
Net Wt. 7oz (200g)
Product of India
Ingredients: Ground Unripe Green Mangoes
  • Special Note: Our spices do not have anti-caking or anti clumping agents or other harmful additives, hence with a sticky product like our mango powder, natural clumping will occur. This does not indicate that the product is old or bad, just all natural!
  • 🥭You'll LOVE our Amchur Ground by Rani Brand--Here's Why:
  • 🥭100% Natural, No preservatives or Fillers, All Natural, Non-GMO, Gluten Friendly, PREMIUM Gourmet Food Grade Spice.
  • 🥭Packed in a no barrier Plastic Bag, let us tell you how important that is when handling Indian Spices!
  • 🥭Net Wt. 7oz (200g), Authentic Indian Product, Alternate Names: Dry Mango Powder
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You will love our Amchur Ground by Rani Brand, Here's why:

Ground Unripe Green Mango

It is nature's natural souring agent. Giving your favorite dishes a citrusy flavor while giving you the added nutritional benefits of mangoes! Often used in samosa and pakora fillings, stews and soups, fruit salads and pastries, curries, chutneys, pickles and dals and to tenderize meats, poultry, and fish. It is also added to marinades for meat and poultry as an enzymatic tenderizer, and lends its sourness to chutneys and pickles. Often can replace lemon/lime flavor without adding any liquid.

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Here are some culinary uses of ground amchur:

Amchur, also known as amchoor, is a powdered form of dried green mango. It is commonly used as a souring agent and flavor enhancer in Indian cuisine.

Special Note: Our spices do not have anti-caking or anti clumping agents or other harmful additives, hence with a sticky product like our mango powder, natural clumping will occur. This does not indicate that the product is old or bad, just all natural!

  • Curries and gravies: Ground amchur is often added to curries, gravies, and sauces to provide a tangy and slightly sour taste. It complements well with lentils, vegetables, and meat dishes.
  • Spice blends: Amchur is a key ingredient in various spice blends used in Indian cooking. It is commonly found in blends like chaat masala, where it adds a tangy and sour element to the overall flavor.
  • Chutneys and pickles: Ground amchur can be used in chutneys and pickles to add a tangy and slightly sour taste. It pairs well with ingredients like mint, cilantro, and other spices.
  • Dips and sauces: Ground amchur can be used in yogurt-based dips, sauces, or raitas to provide a tangy and sour flavor. It can be combined with other spices and ingredients like cumin, garlic, or mint.

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