You will be fascinated to know that not having that spice box in your kitchen can speak volumes of how good a cook you are, and I leave it to your imagination
Everybody has a way to store their spices and it comes as no surprise to using an Indian spice box in a typical Indian Kitchen and their Cookware.
From the land of spices was discovered and traded along the silk route they play a significant role in every hold and in various cuisines in India.
Having a Spice box in the kitchen holds that connectivity medium of expression cutting across various cultures and regions.
Using a traditional brass container in ancient times was to preserve the rich antioxidants properties of the predominant spices used in cooking Indian kitchen
It was to concoct a special mixture of spices used in tempering the Dhal and a favourite grandma’s recipe.
It usually contained 5 important spices and now you can customise it as well to your preference. One for whole spices and one for ground spices. Check out info on whole spices and Ground spices.
So lets get down to the real deal about knowing what’s in the magic box.
What is a spice Box?
A spice box is considered as an integral part of Indian cuisine and every household has a special one for which is considered the most treasured, a secret element in the kitchen which signs ownership of the chef creating his masterpieces in his creative space the kitchen.
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Make a simple curry using the five spices- recipes Tadka Dhal/ Potato and peas.
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