Garam Masala (100gms)

Garam Masala (100gms)

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Garam means ‘hot’ and Masala as we know connotes ‘mixture’ of spices. It is a careful combination of various spices which were introduced in India by the Mughals who used it for spicing up their food.A must for every Indian kitchen, it can spice up and give a definite tang to even the blandest of preparations. It can be used in giving life to all vegetables

WEIGHT: 100G

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