GARAM MASALA flavour for your Stuffing

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Author Notes: My family spices combination A Indian flavor for your thanksgiving stuffing. Whatever it is, mix it all together, moisten with cream or butter if too dry, and season to taste with garam masala .Garam masala, from Hindi(Our Language in INDIA) garam, "Hot" and masala "mixture", is a basic blend of ground spices common in Indianpauljoseph

Serves 20

  • 10 Grams Cloves
  • 10 Grams Cinamon
  • 5 Grams Cardamom
  • 50 Grams Geera
  • 50 Grams coriander
  • 20 Grams Pepper
  • 2 pieces Nutmeg
  1. Combine all spices and roast in a dry frying pan until give off their fragrance. Grind spices. Store in air tight container.

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about 5 years ago A Canadian Foodie

I am here - thank you for the referral - and I will try this. I have a Thermomix and it is perfect for making my own spice mixes!


about 5 years ago pauljoseph

Thank you


over 5 years ago Tony S

I'm making mushroom matar this weekend and want to make my own garam masala. One question I have is whether after roasting the spices if you remove the outside of the cardamom pods and only grind the seeds or if you grind the pods and the seeds?



over 5 years ago pauljoseph

Tony S no need to remove the outside cardamom pod you can grind pod and the seed.


almost 6 years ago TheWimpyVegetarian

Thanks much!


almost 6 years ago pauljoseph

ChezSuzanne Geera or jeera means cumin seed


almost 6 years ago TheWimpyVegetarian

Sounds great, but I'm not familiar with geera? Looks like it's a major component at 50g, so I should try to get it to make this. If I can't find it, can you recommend a substitute?