Ingredients – Spices
Ground Star Anise: The aroma of star anise is powerful with licorice undertones and is similar to anise seed but a bit more pungent. In India it is a key ingredient in Curry Powder and Garam Masala seasoning blends.
Dried Cilantro:Cilantro is also known as coriander. It is used in Indian dishes such as salads, sauces and soups. Coriander is also a staple ingredient in spice blends like garam masala and Indian curry.
Pink Peppercorns:They are prized for their spectacular reddish color (some folks call them red peppercorns) and they have a delightful spicy-sweet flavor with hints of citrus. It is excellent in Indian cocktail sauce.
Garam Masala: Common in Indian cuisines Garam Masala is a general purpose, spicy warm (but not necessarily hot) Indian seasoning. A traditional ingredient in Indian dishes such as dahl, kormas, samosas, tandoori, meat and poultry.
Grade A1 Poppy Seed:The creamy colored poppy seeds are common in India, where they are ground and used as a thickening agent in curries and sauces. They are also used in certain Indian breads.