Garam Masala

Garam Masala is a "staple spice" throughout the Indian Subcontinent. Its exact ingredients can vary from region to region, but garam masala can include cloves, cardamom, pepper, coriander, cumin, bay leaves, star anise, cassia or cinnamon, chillies, turmeric, ginger, nutmeg and many others. Garam masala is distinct from curry powders in that the idea is to add flavour rather than just heat. However, of course, extra chilli can be added according to taste.
 

Garam Masala (Whole)

For freshly grinding your own garam masala mix, just when you need it. This blend contains coriander seeds, cumin seeds, whole cassia sticks (chinese cinnamon), whole pepper, whole cloves, whole cardamom, whole star anise and whole bay leaves.

Garam Masala (Ground)

Garam masala is one of the most important mixes for Asian/Indian cuisine. This is the already-ground version, kind of like curry powder without the chilli.

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