Tandoori (Mauritius Spice Mix)
Tandoori is a spice from India and Mauritius, it is with sweet curry or Madras and garam masala, the typical blend of India. This spice will give a touch of red color to your creative cuisine. It is an essential flavor of Indian cuisine, ideal for marinating meat.
- Association in cooking: Ideal for a creative everyday cooking, sprinkle in your meats and vegetables
- Packaging: 40g bottle - and Doypack bag of 100g and 200g - preservation of aromas
- Composition: sweet paprika, coriander, tomato, cumin, garlic, cinnamon, lemon, fenugreek, ginger, cloves, mace, strong paprika and turmeric
Sale of the tandoori spice blend, a spice found in many dishes in Mauritius
The tandoori mixture, the essential of your spice cellar for creative everyday cooking. It is a mixture that one meets in Mauritius often for the first time to see in Indian dishes.
Here you will make your purchase of spices for tandoori, discover the history of this spice, know everything about its use and buy it at the best price per kilo and of high quality.
Tandoori Masala Spices
What is the tandoori mixture?
Unlike curry and garam massala, Tandoori is a mixture of spices that will go everywhere, in chicken, vegetables, marinades, shrimps, prawns, fish, vegetables, but also in yogurts.
The Tandoori mixture is a spicy mixture, therefore more spicy than the soft curry or the garam massala. It must therefore be used lightly. But the Tandoori is a very delicious spice blend. The alliance of sweet paprika, coriander, tomato, cumin, garlic, cinnamon, lemon, fenugreek, ginger, cloves, mace, strong paprika and turmeric gives it its letters of nobility.
The typical use of tandoori is certainly in chicken, we will let the chicken macerate with the Tandoori spice mixture, but you can use it in shrimp, fish and all other dishes. But the most atypical recipe is certainly in plain yogurt, coconut milk.
Did you know that the tandoori takes its name from the closed wood oven that was put in the ground to grill food in northern India.
Packaging of: 40g - 100g and 200g
Ingredient: sweet paprika, coriander, tomato, cumin, garlic, cinnamon, lemon, fenugreek, ginger, cloves, mace, strong paprika and turmeric.
Packaging: Bottle and Bag
How to use tandoori spices in cooking?
It is a mixture that we like to use, because it is very simple to use.
We like it to prepare the traditional tandoori chicken, it's a simple and typically Indian recipe. It is the national meal in Mauritius.
This spice will go very well with all the vegetables.
Ideal, we will use the tandoori in marine.
Do not hesitate to add some to your soup.