Indian Spice Tray(भारतीय मसाला ट्रे (मसालादानी))

Indian Spice Tray(Masaladani)

I always like to buy tiny things. In my childhood, I used to see how to cook food. At the time of making any curry or vegetable. We always take out spices with the tiny stainless steel spoon and sprinkle over or before cooking.
It is very excited to get the spice box. We can be little creative and make our own creation because buying ‘Masala Dani’ cost is quite high. It’s a regular box.
But if you really like to have masala box you can find it online or any Indian grocery store.
Here in the USA, we have glass tubes kind of Rack for keeping spices. Some are the essential spices You’ll Need For Successful Indian Dishes– Cinnamon, Cassia, Ginger, Pepper, Nutmeg, Mace, and Cloves, Garam Masala, Turmeric:)

List of Indian spices—

भारतीय मसाला ट्रे (मसालादानी) मैं हमेशा छोटी चीजें खरीदना पसंद करता हूं। मेरे बचपन में, मैं खाना पकाने के लिए देखता था करी या सब्जी बनाने के समय। हम हमेशा छोटे स्टेनलेस स्टील के चम्मच के साथ मसाले निकालते हैं और खाना पकाने से पहले या छिड़कते हैं।

मसाला बॉक्स पाने के लिए यह बहुत उत्साहित है। हम थोड़ा रचनात्मक हो सकते हैं और अपनी रचना बना सकते हैं क्योंकि ‘मसाला दानी’ लागत खरीदना काफी अधिक है।

यह एक नियमित बॉक्स है।लेकिन अगर आप वास्तव में मसाला बॉक्स चाहते हैं तो आप इसे ऑनलाइन या किसी भी भारतीय किराने की दुकान पा सकते हैं।

यहां संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका में, हमारे पास मसालों को रखने के लिए ग्लास ट्यूबों की रैक है। कुछ आवश्यक मसाले हैं जिन्हें आपको सफल भारतीय व्यंजनों के लिए आवश्यकता होगी – दालचीनी, कसाई, अदरक, काली मिर्च, नटमेग, मैस, और लौंग, गरम मसाला, हल्दी 🙂

भारतीय मसालों की सूची —

History of Indian spices

Cooking South Indian Style food ‘Masala Box’

North Indian food spices  ‘Masala Box’

French style cooking ‘Masala Box’

Black Pepper, Cumin, Cinnamon, Chili powder, Turmeric, Coriander, Cloves, Nutmeg, Smoked Paprika, Fennel seeds, Garlic, Ginger are the only spices you will ever need.

Author: Babl

Royal India- History of King royal India. We love to learn and write about India with a rich history.

14 thoughts on “Indian Spice Tray(भारतीय मसाला ट्रे (मसालादानी))”

  1. For years, when I worked in downtown Detroit, we had what were called the weekly ethnic festivals. Every weekend, all Summer, beginning on Friday at noon through Sunday night, they would have a different festival on the riverfront. It was great and some coworkers and I would walk over on our lunch hour to sample the various dishes. Then someone decided that they would move them away from downtown and eventually stopped altogether – I never understood why as we got to sample many treats and listen to the bands. I’ve never had curry … never tried Indian food. I don’t think we have any restaurants around here to sample Indian fare, so I get an education from your posts and videos.

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