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Garam Masala Blend

Garam Masala Blend


A staple in Inidna cuisine that cna be used in various differnet ways to add depth and flavor to dishes. 


  • Organic Cardamom Powder: Cardamom adds a sweet, floral flavor with hints of citrus and mint. It's commonly used in both sweet and savory dishes, such as curries, rice dishes, desserts, and chai tea.

  • Cinnamon Powder: Cinnamon provides a warm, sweet, and slightly spicy flavor. It's used in a wide range of Indian dishes, including curries, rice pilafs, desserts, and beverages like chai tea.

  • Clove Powder: Cloves have a strong, pungent flavor with hints of sweetness and bitterness. They're used sparingly in Garam Masala to add depth and warmth to dishes like meat curries, rice dishes, and marinades.

  • Cumin Seed Powder: Cumin adds a nutty, earthy flavor with a hint of bitterness. It's a key ingredient in many Indian spice blends and is used in dishes like curries, lentil soups, and vegetable stir-fries.

  • Coriander Seed Powder: Coriander has a citrusy, slightly sweet flavor with hints of earthiness. It's used in both ground and whole form in Indian cooking and pairs well with cumin in dishes like curries, chutneys, and marinades.

  • Black Pepper Fine Mesh: Black pepper adds heat and a subtle spiciness to the blend. It's used to balance the other flavors and enhance the overall taste of Indian dishes like curries, soups, and marinades.


Common uses for Garam Masala spice blend include:

  • Curries: Add Garam Masala during cooking to enhance the flavor and aroma of meat, poultry, seafood, or vegetable curries.
  • Rice Dishes: Sprinkle Garam Masala over cooked rice or mix it into rice dishes like biryani or pilaf for added flavor.
  • Stews and Soups: Use Garam Masala to season lentil stews, bean soups, or vegetable chowders for a warming and aromatic touch.
  • Marinades: Mix Garam Masala with yogurt, garlic, ginger, and other spices to create a flavorful marinade for meats, poultry, or tofu.
  • Roasted Vegetables: Toss vegetables with olive oil and Garam Masala before roasting to add depth and warmth to the flavor.
  • Snacks: Sprinkle Garam Masala over popcorn, roasted nuts, or roasted chickpeas for a spicy and aromatic snack.

Overall, Garam Masala is a versatile spice blend that can be used in a wide variety of dishes to add warmth, depth, and complexity to Indian cuisine.


Ingredients: Organic - cardamom powder, cinnamon powder, clove powder, cumin seed powder, coriander seed powder, black pepper fine mesh


Spice Jar Weight: 2.5 oz (70.8 g)

Comes in aclear glass spice jar, opening is for pouring and sifting

Height: 4.1" diameter: 2.0" 

  • product specs

     Glass Jar

  • Organic

    Product has been raised and processed without the use of chemicals or irradiation


    Choosing organic spices can offer several potential benefits, including:


    Avoiding Pesticide Residues: Organic spices are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides or herbicides. By choosing organic, you reduce your exposure to potentially harmful chemical residues that can remain on conventionally grown spices.

    Preserving Soil Health: Organic farming practices focus on maintaining soil health and fertility through techniques like crop rotation, composting, and natural pest control. This helps to preserve the long-term viability of agricultural land and promotes biodiversity.

    Supporting Sustainable Agriculture: Organic farming methods typically have lower environmental impacts compared to conventional agriculture. By choosing organic spices, you support farmers who prioritize sustainability, conservation, and ecological balance.

    Reducing Environmental Pollution: Organic farming practices minimize the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, which can contribute to water pollution, soil degradation, and harm to non-target organisms. By opting for organic spices, you indirectly contribute to reducing environmental pollution.

    Potential Health Benefits: Some studies suggest that organic foods may contain higher levels of certain nutrients and antioxidants. Additionally, avoiding exposure to synthetic pesticides may have potential long-term health benefits

    Taste and Flavor: Some people prefer the taste and flavor of organic spices, attributing it to factors such as soil quality, growing conditions, and the absence of synthetic additives. While taste is subjective, many individuals find that organic spices have a more vibrant and nuanced flavor profile.

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