Satvic Foods' Great Indian Masala Combo brings you the ultimate combination of Rajwadi Garam Masala, Delhi Pav Bhaji Masala, Indian Sambhar Masala, and Jeera Buttermilk Masala. Check out the different ingredients and benefits of each of these natural Indian masalas.
Rajwadi Garam Masala has whole spices of Coriander Powder blended with Cinnamon, Jeera, Shahi Jeera, Nagkesar, Nutmeg, Stone Flower, and 15 other Indian spices sun-dried to maintain their aromatic flavors. These 100% organic spices have a proven record of not only enhancing the taste of Indian curry but also having numerous health benefits.
At Satvic Foods, we have handpicked all these Indian spices, sun-dried, and grounded to perfection using traditional Indian methods. Just a pinch of our Rajwadi Garam Masala to your sabji or curry will ensure you that the aromas are intact.
Rajwadi Garam Masala is 100% organic and vegetarian, but it can also be added to chicken or used as a spice rub for meat.
How to add Satvic Foods' Rajwadi Garam Masala to your curry?
Pav Bhaji is one fast food that almost everyone loves. Delhi Pav Bhaji is famous for its North Indian touch that adds spice and flavor to taste. With Delhi Pav Bhaji Masala, we have tried to bring back that savory touch of Mumbai street food while maintaining all the nutritional values of Black Cardamom, Clove, Cinnamon, Black Pepper, Turmeric, Jeera, and others remain intact.
Traditional Delhi Pav Bhaji is cooked by adding green peas, cauliflower, tomatoes, and carrots. Satvic Foods' Delhi Pav Bhaji Masala enhances the flavor and serves several health benefits.
Pav Bhaji Recipe:
- Hallow fry 2 tbsp garlic paste
- Add 2 chopped onions in 2 tbsp oil. Cook till oil separates, add half cup curd
- Add 2 chopped tomatoes, 1 tbsp Delhi Pav Bhaji Masala, Chili Powder, and Salt (as per taste)
- Add 500 gms boiled vegetables like potatoes, green peas, cauliflower, capsicum. Cook and mash it for 2 to 3 minutes.
- Add a blob of butter, sprinkle chopped coriander leaves
- Serves with hot buttered pav :)
Sambhar is one of the most delicious South Indian foods served with rice and vegetable stir fry. Satvic Foods' Indian Sambhar Masala is the main ingredient that adds aroma and taste to the dish.
Satvic Foods' Indian Sambhar Masala is prepared by mixing several Indian lentils (dal), coriander seeds, black mustard, dry red chilies, fenugreek seeds, cinnamon, and turmeric.
How to add Satvic Foods' Indian Sambhar Masala into your Sambhar?
Even a pinch of our Indian Sambhar Masala makes any blended sambhar flavourful. But if you are using it to make any spicy curries, veg curries, rasam (3 to 4 serving dish), then 1/2 to 3/4 tsp of our Indian Sambhar Masala can enhance the flavor.
Indian Buttermilk is an excellent source of protein, which our body needs to build healthy muscles, skin, and bones. Satvic Foods' Jeera Buttermilk Masala is made with natural Indian spices to ensure that you get all the essential vitamins and minerals.
- Take half a bowl of homemade curd or yogurt
- Add 1 tablespoon of Jeera Buttermilk Masala to it
- Add half a cup of water into it
- Stir it well
- Enjoy the refreshing Jeera Buttermilk at home :)
*If you are a vegan, you can use non-dairy milk such as almond milk to make the vegan curd.
Complete List of Ingredients:Rajwadi Garam Masala is an essential magic spice powder used in most Indian recipes to enhance the flavor. We are using the following ingredients to make sure that you will get authenticated taste of Rajwadi Garam Masala
Indian Sambhar Masala is a freshly made, homemade, aromatic powder used in the preparation of popular and delicious South Indian dish Sambhar. Satvic Foods' Indian Sambhar Masala has the following organic ingredients:
Toor Dal, Urad Dal, Chana Dal, Coriander, Kashmiri Red Chilli, Fenugreek Seeds, Turmeric, Jeera, Black Mustard, Salt, Black Pepper, Asafetida (Heeng), Curry Leaves
Satvic Foods' Rajwadi Garam Masala, Delhi Pav Bhaji Masala, Indian Sambhar Masala, and Jeera Buttermilk Masala are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. It is recommended to consult with your doctor or nutritionist before consuming any homemade masala powders. Prepared under the same unit that processed nuts.