Quick to encapsulate one with its fresh aroma and rather a colorful hue, the biryani masala powder is an important spice in the Indian diet. Biryani masala is particularly peculiar as it is made from a combination of several different spices in order to form what ends up as the masala mix. This mix can be paired with other foods or be used as an integral spice in general cooking.
The biryani spice mix is a combination of a number of spices. It originally started out as your typical homemade recipe but as it gained more popularity, the biryani masala recipe became a standard mix with well know ingredients. Now it is commercially sold and prepared even outside of India.
It is simply the combination of a wide range of spices prepared by roasting and mixing. When used in the right proportions, it can add a tasteful flavor to food but can also be quite pungent and overpowering when overused.
Most people will find making biryani at home a lot more preferable than buying, however, when made by a professional, one would immediately understand why the masala mix has a strong reputation.
Its preparation requires a bit of know-how as one must ensure not to over-roast the biryani masala items while taking full care that the biryani masala spices do not change color.
This favorite Indian dish is typically eaten with rice and meat and the name chicken biryani masala has become a dish on its own as a result of the flavorful pairing of these two with the rather aromatic masala mix.
Biryani masala list:
• Dried Kashmiri red chili
• bay leaf
• coriander seeds
• caraway seeds
• cinnamon stick
• black cardamom
• star anise
✓ Put 3 red chili and 7 bay leaves in a thick-bottomed pot and dry roast until they turn crisp and brittle.
✓ Roast the coriander seeds, cumin, and caraway seeds in the proportions of 2-1-1 tbsp. each respectively until they turn aromatic.
✓ Dry roast mace, cinnamon stick, nutmeg, cloves, black cardamom, star anise, pepper and fennel, and a pot. These should be in proportions 3-2-1-1-3-3-10. Use 1 tbsp. of pepper and fennel respectively.
✓ Transfer the results of each of these processes into a blender after it has cooled completely from the roasting.
✓ Add in half spoon of turmeric.
✓ Proceed to blend into a smooth and fine powder.
✓ Transfer your biryani masala powder into an air-tight container and use it as a spice.
Note that for biryani masala powder to last longer, it is vital to use only fresh ingredients as this will make it retain its flavor and aroma with every use.
The health benefits of the biryani masala paste (in colloidal form) or the biryani masala spices (in powder form) includes;
◉ Helps with slowing down the aging process.
◉ Helps to fight diseases and builds up immunity.
◉ Biryani masala has anti-inflammatory properties which work to relieve pain.
◉ As a mix of a number of spices, it typically offers a combination of great benefits including weight loss promotion.
◉ Helps to foster mineral and protein absorption.
◉ Detoxifies the body.
◉ Reduce bloating.
◉ Eliminates bad breath.
◉ Soothes gastrointestinal problems and upset stomach.
◉ Helps to lower blood sugar levels.
|Product Name||Biryani Masala.|
|Scientific Name||No specific.|
|Country of Origin
||Ground or Powder.
|Taste & Aroma
||Biryani Masala Warm Sweet and Tasty Spice.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||Biryani Masala has a shelf life of 30 months or 2.5 years when tightly closed and stored in a cool, dry place to protect against flavor loss and moisture.|
||We suggest you, Before consuming spice, herbs, or any kind of Natural product you can consult a qualified certified healthcare practitioner or herbalist.|
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