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  • While the word garam does mean "heat," it does not mean the spices are hot.

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  • Essential to most every Indian recipe is a blend of cumin, cardamom, coriander, cloves and more, called garam masala.

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  • The spices used in the filling include cumin, coriander and turmeric and a wonderful spice blend called garam masala.

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  • In Pakistan, it is added to the pungent spice blend called garam masala.

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  • In India and Pakistan, it is added to the pungent spice blend called garam masala.

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  • Optional ingredients: oil and spices such as garam masala or ground cumin

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  • The intriguing combination of Indian ingredients such as garam masala (warm spice mix), cilantro and tamarind with Chinese soy sauce, ginger, garlic and even ketchup produces dishes that are high in flavor, easy to make and always leave you wanting more.

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  • "No Hay." is the mantra of Mexico so I returned home and substituted cumin seeds for caraway seeds and an old garam masala mixture which contains a bit of ground coriander seed and made this exotic dish with substituted ingredients which, I must say, turned out pretty well and that, in the past decade, I have found, gets me through when I feel the urge to cook exotic foods in Mexico.

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  • It was creamy, sour in a good, savory way, perfumed delicately with garam masala and just flat out great.

    Hats Off To The Grannies: Peanutty Spinach Curry & A Kidney Bean In Cardamom Yogurt Curry

  • - Add the garam masala and the cardamom powder along with the cream or milk.

    Comfort in a bowl: Kaali Daal and Jeera Chawal

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  • Indonesian - salt.

    January 22, 2010