Benefit of Garam Masala

Health Benefits of Garam Masala

No food is complete if there is no Garam Masala. Every food must have Nutritious Products and the products with medicinal value. Garam masala has the medicinal value. When you study the ingredients of garam masala in Indian food you will find that it, not only enhances the taste but helpful  in Fighting diseases and building immunity, It is an Effective pain killer, Slows-down aging process, Promotes weight loss, Increases ability to absorb vitamins, minerals, and proteins, Relieves gas, heart burn, and soothes upset stomach, Lowers blood-sugar levels, Reduces bloating and aids in detoxification, Fights bad breath

The Ingredients of Garam Masala:

Coriander seeds
Black Pepper
Nut Meg
Red Chilli
Black Cardamom
Cumin Seeds
Bay Leaves
Fenugreek Seeds
Dried Ginger

You cannot imagine any Indian cooking without the Garam Masala! The secret to the popularity of Indian curries lies in the blend of spices that imparts the unforgettable zing to your tastebuds. According to Ayurveda it’s this garam masala that brings all the six rasas (tastes) into a dish to formulate a balanced diet.

The word garam masala is derived from the Hindi language which literally translates as hot spice mix (garam = hot and masala = spice mixture). You will not come across a “fixed” recipe for garam masala in India, the variations are as numerous as the diverse population when you move from North to South and East to West. Every state, every village, every household has their own traditional recipe for garam masala handed to them from generation to generation.

Today, you do get many brands of garam masala powders in any Asian grocery stores, but the best way to enjoy a tasty Indian meal is by making your own home-made garam masala

Recent Articles

Summer Coolers

As the sun starts beating down and spreading uncomfortable heat all around, our bodies starts burning, we start sweating, our tempers starts getting increased,

See More
Indian Spices and their Health Benefits

Spices for the longest time have been used to make food more palatable if not interesting. There are many countries in the world that grow and rear the herbs for the sole purpose of trade and distribution.

See More
Difference Between Jam And Chutney

I've had some jams that are really spicy (chilli jam) and some chutneys that are really sweet (mango and ginger). I was wondering what is the actual difference between jams and chutneys.

See More