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Masala
 

Pictured above; A Masala Dish

 
 
 
 

Masala is the Indian name given to a group of spices used to season various dishes. The ingredients to a masala can vary according to the style of dish required.

Some masala are blended with a liquid, such as water or vinegar, to make a paste. that can be seen as the original curries. The vegetarian curries of southern India are the most pungent, often containing hot chillies.

The classic, or Mughal, garam masala of northern India contains only raw cardamom seeds, cinnamon, cloves, and black pepper; variations on this mixture add coriander seeds and cumin seeds but avoid hot or pungent ingredients. Lamb and poultry are common features in the curries of the north.

 
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