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How to Make Garam Masala
Garam masala means “hot mixture” in Hindi, a common language in India. The dish is a blend of ground spices used in Indian curries, commonly incorporating cinnamon, roasted cumin, cloves, nutmeg and (sometimes) dried red chilli peppers. Since store-bought garam masala loses its aroma quickly, aficionados would be wise to learn how to make it at home so that they can have access to fresh garam masala whenever they crave Indian food.
1 tsp whole cloves
3 to 4 bay leaves
2 green cardamom pods
4 black cardamom pods
1 tsp black peppercorns
1 or 2 freshly grated nutmegs
6 centimeter (2.4 in) to 7 centimeter (2.8 in) Cassia bark; this has a woody, bittersweet flavor. You can easily find it in Asian supermarkets, but if you can’t get hold of Cassia, use cinnamon sticks. This will give a sweeter taste, but doesn’t give as much flavor as the cassia bark.
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