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How To Make Kitchen King Masala Powder At Home?

By Author: Maarten Fargiano
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You can make Kitchen King Masala Powder at home; if you have access to pure and refined spices it will be better to make your own rather than purchase readymade. Just take following simple steps to make your own brand of Kitchen King Masala Powder. Take 1 tablespoon of Cumin seeds, half tablespoon of Caraway seeds, 8 whole dry Red Chilies, 1 teaspoon Turmeric powder, 1 tablespoon Coriander seeds, 2 pieces of Ginger about 1 inch long, half tablespoon Black Peppercorns, 8 Cloves, half tablespoon of whole dry Yellow Mustard seeds, 8 Green Cardamom, 3 Black Cardamom, 2 teaspoon Fenugreek seeds, 2 tablespoon Black Gram, 1 tablespoon Fennel seeds, 4 sticks of Cinnamon 1 inch each, 1 Star Anise, half teaspoon of grated Nutmeg powder, 2 Mace, 1 tablespoon of Poppy seeds (optional) and 1 tablespoon of black Salt (optional).

When you have all these spices in place, take all the spices which are not in powder form. Heat a flat pan and dry roast all the spices one by one except those in powder form. Once completely roasted let them cool down, add other spices which are in powder form and later grind them together to form a powder. Handpick large pieces of spices and grind again if needed. Store this powder in an airtight container and use whenever needed, avoid touching this powder with a wet spoon or hand, single water drop can spoil entire powder.

Kitchen King Masala Powder has diverse culinary uses -

It can be used in vegetables which are cooked in Indian homes on daily basis like Cauliflower, Potato, Cabbage, and Carrots etc, just sprinkle a pinch of this powder when your dry vegetable or Subji is almost ready and mix it well. It will make a simple Subji grand in taste and aroma.

Use this powder while making Curries, use it while seasoning for enhanced flavor and aroma. People use it in veggie as well non-veggie Curries and also in Pav-Bhaji and Sambhar.

This powder is commonly used in making Gravies of veggie and non-veggie dishes, Kitchen King Masala Powder in right quantity mixed with gravy make the dish scrumptious and nutritious.

You can also sprinkle a pinch of this powder over salad, mix it with Yoghurt or use it in Raita. This powder will make them tastier and healthier.

Use it while making Parantha stuffing, specially Aloo Parantha taste tooth-some when potatoes used for stuffing Parantha have a hint of Kitchen King Masala Powder, you can also use this powder while making Pakoris, Kebabs and other dishes similar to these.


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