Rani Garam Masala Indian 11-Spice Blend 32oz (2lbs) 908g PET Jar ~ All Natural, Salt-Free | Vegan | No Colors | Gluten Friendly | NON-GMO
Packaging: Plastic Jars
Net Wt. 32oz (2lbs) 908g
Product of India
- You'll LOVE our Garam Masala Spice Blend by Rani Brand--Here's Why:
- ❤️ Authentic 11 Spice Blend Garam Masala (unlike many others who use only 6-7 spices to keep costs down). Rani is a family owned USA based company selling spices for over 30 years, buy with confidence!
- ❤️ 100% Natural, Non-GMO, No Preservatives, Vegan, Gluten Friendly PREMIUM Gourmet Food Grade Spice.
- ❤️ Packed in a no barrier Plastic Jar, let us tell you how important that is when using Indian Spices!
- ❤️ Pure! NO FILLERS in any Rani Brand Spices (fillers are commonly used in spices to make them free flowing or lessen the costs of production) usually sodium or like product. Net Wt. 2lbs (32oz) 908g, Product of India
You'll LOVE our Garam Masala by Rani Brand--Here's Why:
Authentic 11 Spice Blend
Traditionally from Northern Indian, garam masala is a staple spice in Indian cookery. Garam, when translated means “warm” best describes the properties of the blend. Warming ingredients such as cinnamon, mace and ginger give garam masala a mellow, appealing aroma. It is an essential ingredient when making sauces for meat and poultry dishes, as well as a great companion to vegetables and lentils recipes. Garam masala is often used towards the end of the cooking process as an added seasoning and it is often sprinkled over finished dishes to enhance the flavor.
Our Rani Garam Masala is available in Poly Bags and PET Jars.
- 100% Natural (No Preservatives)
- Gluten Friendly!
- No Added Sugar, Salt or MSG
- Non-ETO (not irradiated)
- Made in small batches for freshness & purity!
Culinary Uses of Garam Masala:
- Used in bases, rubs & curries, lentil dishes, soups, pickle preserves.
- Ideal for almost all subzis as it provides a complexity in flavor.
- Blend the spice into your samosas for a classic combination.
- Can be used while tempering dals and khichdis, added to marinades, or sprinkled over papads.
- Added to curries, vegetable dishes, soups or stews toward the end of cooking.