About Festive Masala
With the festive season year round in India, is your spread ready? How about having Chicken Masala, Paneer Masala, Pulao, Meat Curry, Bihari Kebab, Chole Masala, Nihari, and some lentils with Hot Madras Curry?
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Garam masala, an Indian spice blend, rephrases to "warming spices." Alcoeats Garam masala is spicy but not much spicy. It is mild. While it packs a warm and delicious point, it won't necessarily scorch your mouth. The combination of ingredients warms the body, stimulating the metabolism.
Yes, Alcoeats Achari Chicken Masala is appropriate for vegans and vegetarians. Alcoeats prepares its Achari Chicken Masala without any inorganic, artificial, or unhygienic ingredients so that any consumer can consume it, whether vegan or non-vegetarian. Please note that Meat is tasteless, and the spices in its preparation make it worth eating.
Yes, absolutely. Alcoeats prepares Garam Masala keeping in mind the taste Indians prefer being in India or abroad. Most Indian treats need Garam Masala to improve their taste. The charm in the Garam Masala fetches the best culinary skills. Combining all the raw spices (khada masala) in the ratio is essential in obtaining an authentic taste.
Garam masala controls the growth of cancer-causing radicals and can avert colon cancer too. It is rich in anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties. It helps rejuvenate heart health and lowers cholesterol. Garam Masala helps digests the food. It controls Blood Sugar and Blood Pressure.
Yes, you can use the meat masala in any vegetarian cuisine. No ingredient (Khada Masala) in Meat Masala comes under the category of non-vegetarian. Meat Masala is a flavourful and fragrant masala, specifically for non-veg dishes. It doesn't mean it cannot be used for veg dishes; you can use it for veggies, paneer, baby corn, mushroom, etc.Mostly the ingredients of Meat Masala are - Asafoetida, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Cassia, Cloves, Coriander seeds, Cumin, Dried Ginger, Fennel Seeds, Fenugreek Leaves, Garlic, Green Cardamom, Iodised Salt, Mace, Mustard, Nutmeg, Red Chillies, and Turmeric.
Here is a simple recipe to use Alcoeats Pulao Masala.
Firstly, Soak basmati rice for twenty to thirty minutes or more. Saute cashew, white pepper, cinnamon stick, cloves, fennel seeds, and cumin till they turn aromatic. In a pressure cooker, add 2-3 tablespoons of ghee. Add one tbsp ginger-garlic paste, one slit chili, and chopped onion. Saute all till the onion turns a little golden. Keep the flame low and add Alcoeats turmeric powder, Alcoeats garam masala, Alcoeats Kashmiri chili powder, and Alcoeats coriander powder. Resume to saute until the mix gets aromatic. Add One Chopped tomato, and saute until it becomes mushy and soft. Add cubed potato, capsicum, and carrot with peas and beans. Saute and cover until it smells lovely. Add 2 cups of water and salt to your taste. Add the soaked rice. Add one teaspoon of Alcoeats Pulao Masala. Let it simmer for another 2-3 minutes on high flame. Cover the lid and pressure cook for 3-4 whistles. Switch off the flame. Let it cook until the pressure releases.
Alternatively, you can use Alcoeats Pulao Masala to prepare Sabjis, Curries, and Gravies.