Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Kesar-Badam Masala ~ Saffron-Almond Powder - Reposted

I can't live without this magical and aromatic masala..it has to be in my fridge 365 days ! It can be used for garnishing any Indian dessert.It also adds flavour and richness to any dish. I make in small quantities so most of the time I get fresh flavours and when you make at home you know the quality..

You will need:-
  • 100 g almonds
  • 25 g pistacheo nuts
  • 1/2 nutmeg
  • 1 tsp cardamom seeds
  • 1 g saffron

Method:- On a non stick tava warm up the saffron just for few seconds. Add all the other ingredients with saffron in a coffee grinder . Grind coarsley leave it for a few minutes.Keep it in air tight container in the fridge. Use whenever needed.

Linking this recipe to my own event Grind your coooking masala.

18 comments:

  1. A really nice powder. Thanks for sharing

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  2. Fabulous masala powder.......

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  3. Delicious and lovely looking badam masala. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. lovely I can get the aroma of the powder here.Thanks for sharing Jagruti

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  5. Awesome flavourful powder..too good..
    Reva

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  6. wow this really flavourful powder,love the new luk of ur blog...amazing clicks.

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  7. Lovely post,aromatic powder...Nice clicks...

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  8. looks super yummy & inviting..;)

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  9. Wow Jagurti wow i dont know this.Will try this is simple.

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  10. Very aromatic and a good idea to make and store.

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  11. Thanks I will not shell out for the ready mix anymore .

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  12. fabulous recipe... thanks for sharing...

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  13. looks awesome and flavor masala powder:)
    http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  14. hi i tried this powder i actually roasted all stuff including walnuts but powder cam out wet how can i make it dry.
    plz help me

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    1. Hi Sarika
      You mentioned that you used walnuts here..I did not use walnuts in my recipe. Walnuts contains large amount of oil, it could be the reason. Try without and do not grind nuts for long..few seconds every time ..Let me know..
      All the best !

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  15. hi i tried this powder i actually roasted all stuff including walnuts but powder cam out wet how can i make it dry.
    plz help me

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  16. hi i tried this but after roasting all dryfruits inclding walnuts powder came out wet .plz help me in making t dry.

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