Masala

A masala is a spice mix Masala may also refer to: ==In cuisine== ==In media== ==Other uses== ...
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masala

(from the article `curry`) In traditional Indian cookery, spice mixtures called masala are prepared in the home and may vary in ingredients and proportions according to the ...
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Masala

(Indian) Spices (generic)
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Masala

(Indian) Spices, herbs and other seasonings ground or pounded together. When wet ingredients like water, vinegar, yogurt etc. are added to the spice mixture it is appropriately called a 'wet masala'. Dry spice mixtures are also called 'Garam masala' or commonly known in the world as 'Curry powder'. Indian cooks generally don't use pre-prepared curr...
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MASALA

[Massachusetts Area South Asian Lambda Association] ...
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Masala

A masala is a mixture of spices used for cooking. The term is often found in Indian cookery.
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Masala

Indian food terms > Masala
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Masala

The term used to describe a spice or collection of spices.
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