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  • Red Chilli Powder
  • Sambar Powder
  • rasam powder
  • Chutney powder
  • Methi powder
  • bisi bele bath powder
  • puliyogare powder

Red Chilli Powder

Chili powder (also spelled chile, chilli, or, alternatively, powdered chili) is the dried, pulverized fruit of one or more varieties of chili pepper, sometimes with the addition of other spices (where it is also sometimes known as chili powder blend or chili seasoning mix). It is used as a spice (or spice blend) to add pungency (piquancy) and flavor to culinary dishes.

Sambar Powder

Sambar often contains sambar powder, a coarse spice mix made of roasted lentils, roasted whole red chilies, fenugreek seeds, coriander seeds and sometimes asafoetida and curry leaves. Regional variations include cumin, black pepper, grated coconut, cinnamon, chana dal, urad dal, tur dal, or other spices.

Rasam Powder

Rasam is a clear and spicy South Indian soup. It is eaten with rice or consumed as a soup. In a traditional South Indian meal, it can be part of a course that includes sambar rice and curd rice. Rasam has a distinct taste in comparison to the sambar due to its own seasoning ingredients and is fluid in consistency. Chilled prepared versions are marketed commercially as well as rasam paste in bottles.

Chutney Powder

Dry Chutney powder or Chutney Pudi, Karnataka Style - A Spiced accompaniment to crisp Dosas, fluffy Idlis and many other South Indian Breakfast dishes.

Fenugreek (Methi) Powder

Fenugreek powder or powdered fenugreek seeds is used abundantly in Indian cooking. Not only does it add a unique, flavourful taste to the food, but also helps to keep our body healthy.

Bisi Bele Bath Powder

The traditional preparation of this dish is quite elaborate and involves the use of spicy masala, toor dal (a type of lentil), rice, ghee and vegetables. Spices like nutmeg, asafoetida, curry leaves and tamarind pulp contribute to its unique flavour and taste.

Puliyogare Powder

Puliyogare or tamarind rice is a South Indian rice preparation typically eaten as a snack, as part of most south Indian festival luncheons and dinners, and as prasadam in temples. Puliyogare is also known as huḷianna in some parts of Karnataka, puliyodharai in Tamil Nadu and puḷihora in Andhra Pradesh.

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