Homemade Masala and Indian Spice powders
It is always good to have some spice powders handy so that the cooking process is easy. And also if its homemade and free of impurities and other preservatives is always a better choice. Most of the spice powder often used in our Indian cooking are Red chilly powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, Pepper powder, Garam masala powder , elaichi powder and the list goes on. If we prepare these spice powders at home, usually we will sun dry all the ingredients and roast, remove any impurities like stone or any sticks in it. After a complete clean we make the spice powder. Either we grind at home in small batches or if its a large quantity go to a nearby mill and ground the powder. We also take proper care to store it. But nowadays people buy readymade masalas at shop. Its unknown that how clean it would be processed. So make sure you can try and make many masalas at home itself. Here I have given some masala powders recipe making videos, you can give it a try.
சுக்கு மல்லி காபி – dry ginger coriander powder – immunity booster – relief from cold and cough
சுக்கு மல்லி காபி – dry ginger coriander powder #immunityboosting #sukkumallikapi #drygingerpowder #weightlossdrink #covid19
Dry ginger – Perfect Aid for Common Cold The anti-inflammatory gingerols and shaogals present in ginger root help relieve common cold. Consuming it with lukewarm water can have immediate effects on cold and flu. You can also mix ginger powder, clove powder and salt and consume it twice a day for relief. Black pepper is antibacterial and antibiotic in nature, due to the presence of immunity-boosting Vitamin C in it. It is commonly used to remedy cold by crushing black peppercorns and adding them to a teaspoon of honey. Coriander seeds – Cure for Cold and Flu Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that is crucial for a sound body and beautiful skin. Coriander seeds have numerous key vitamins like folic acid, vitamin A and beta-carotene, and most importantly, vitamin C. According to Madhavi Rathod of Vedic Healing, coriander leaves and seeds contain nearly 30% of the everyday suggested measure of vitamin C, which helps in curing cold and flu.
Cardamom powder – Elaichi powder – productive quarantine
Homemade garam masala powder
எங்கள் வீட்டு மிளகாய் தூள், மல்லி தூள் | how to make chilly powder and coriander powder
#chillypowder #corianderpowder #cookingmypassion #kuzhambuthool Ingredients 1/2 kg Chilly 1/2 kg Coriander seeds 2 tbsp fennel seeds 2 tbsp cumin seeds 2 tbsp pepper corns 1/2 tsp fenugreek Dry Turmeric roots 4-5
Kaala mutton masala powder
How to make Tandoori masala powder at home | Homemade tandoori chicken masala powder
Ingredients Cumin seeds 2 tsp, Fennel seeds 1 tsp, Coriander seeds 2 tsp, Green Cardamom 15 nos, Black Cardamom 3 nos, Cloves 1 tsp full, Star Anise 1 nos, Nutmeg 1 nos, Black pepper 1 tsp, Mace 2 florets, Cinnamon sticks 2 nos, Dry ginger 1 nos, Kashmiri red chilly 8-9, Red chilly 8, Kasuri methi 1 tsp.
Dry roast all the ingredients, cool down completely and grind to fine powder and sieve it before store. You can store in air tight jar in fridge also. This tandoori masala powder can be used in tandoori chicken, tandoori paneer tikka, tandoori mushroom, tandoori prawns tikka, fish tikka etc.