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  1. Tastes of India Gift Set - 4 Jars

    Tastes of India Gift Set - 4 Jars


    These 4 vibrant Indian blends will help you make the most wondrous of Indian dishes. Each are in a 1/4 cup glass jar. Madras Curry Tikka Masala Garam Masala Tandoori Masala Learn More
  2. Tastes of Japan Gift Set -  4 Jars

    Tastes of Japan Gift Set - 4 Jars


    Easily create delicious dishes of Japan with these 4 blends. Each is in a 1/4 cup glass jar. Shichimi Togarashi Blend Umami Seasoning Japanese Curry Misoyaki Blend Learn More
  3. Curry Lover's Gift Set - 4 Jars

    Curry Lover's Gift Set - 4 Jars


    For the curry lover, enjoy these 4 savory curries from mild to hot based on recipes from all over the world. Each come in a 1/4 cup glass jar and include: Vadouvan Ace Singapore Curry Powder Vindaloo Curry Powder Madras Curry Powder Learn More
  4. Vadouvan Ace

    Vadouvan Ace

    Starting at: $5.99

    Vadouvan Ace is a rich & bold blend of South Indian spices. This delicious and versatile seasoning can be enjoyed when making curries, seafood, chicken dishes, lamb, lentils, sauteed or roasted vegetables, egg dishes & even sprinkled on popcorn. Vadouvan Veggie Samosa For the filling: 1 pound peeled russet potato, boiled 1/2 red onion, chopped 1 clove of garlic, minced 1 inch chunk of ginger, grated 1 Serrano Chile, Minced 1/2 Cup frozen Green Peas 1 Handful Cilantro, Chopped 3 Tablespoons Oil 1 teaspoon Cumin Seed 1 teaspoon Chile Powder (such as Kashmiri) (optional) 1 teaspoon Chaat Masala 1 Tablespoon Vadouvan Ace Salt to taste For the dough: 2 1/4 Cups Flour 1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder 1 teaspoon sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons Ajowan Seed 1 teaspoon Salt 5 Tablespoons Ghee 1/2 Cup Cold Water, or as needed +Plus Oil for frying (optional) Fresh green chile such as Serrano, slit down the side and fried for garnish 1/2 a lime for seasoning or serving garnish To make home made samosa dough mix flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt. Thoroughly work in ghee with your fingertips until the flour is evenly saturated, then add the ajowan seeds. Add in water a little bit at a time and mix until a rough dough forms - you may need slightly more or less water. Cover the dough and set aside for 30 minutes, then knead it lightly for a few minutes and seperate out balls of dough about 2inches in size. Cover and allow these to rest another 10 minutes before rolling them out and cutting them in half. Make a cone from the half-circles of dough by folding the semi-circles in half up to the points and pinching the straight sides firmly together. You can wet the edges you are sealing for a tighter seal. After filling the cone, the rounded side can be folded over the top and sealed by wetting both sides of the dough, or you can make a paste from flour and a little water to use as a glue to hold the samosa wrapper tightly sealed. Heat the 3 Tablespoons of oil in a skillet over medium high setting and toss in cumin seeds - they should sizzle a little. Stir in garlic, ginger, and green chile until cooked through, then add the onion and saute until translucent. Add Vadouvan Ace, chile powder, and the cooked potato. Mash with the back of your spoon so the potato chunks are no larger than about 1/2 inch pieces. Stir in frozen peas, chaat masala, and cilantro. Taste the mixture and add more salt or a squeeze of lime juice if desired. Fill into homemade samosa pockets or simply use store-bought dumpling/wonton wrappers for a crispy cocktail party snack. Fry at 350 degrees fahrenheit for about 4-5 minutes, or until golden brown. Serve with a fried green chile and a wedge of lime. Makes 10-12 standard samosas or 20-30 cocktail samosas. Learn More
  5. Almond Extract

    Almond Extract

    Starting at: $5.49

    This extract is great in baked goods, from cookies to cakes as well as livening up fruit dishes and puddings. Experiment and have fun! Learn More
  6. Sambar Powder

    Sambar Powder

    Starting at: $4.79

    This spicy and complex blend from Southern India is made from carefully roasted spices and lentils. Used to make Sambar, a savory lentil stew with tamarind. Try in soups with chickpeas, lentils, and your favorite vegetables. Try our easy Okra and Chayote Sambar recipe below This recipe is for a traditional South Indian vegetable soup thickened with a blend of roasted ground lentils and spices, seasoned with sour tamarind fruit. Our recipe uses tomato, okra and chayote squash. Experiment and have fun - try making Sambar with your favorite firm and hearty vegetables. Sambar is traditionally eaten with starch sides like Rice, Idlis, and Vadas - but can also be enjoyed as a starter course or side dish to a larger meal. Ingredients: 1/4 Cup skin-less lentils such as Chana Dal, Masoor, etc 2 Cups Water + 1/2 cup extra to thin the Sambar 1 Tablespoon Sambar Powder 1 Tablespoon Coconut Oil (or your favorite vegetable oil) 1/4 teaspoon Turmeric Powder 1/2 teaspoon Black Mustard Seeds (any type will do) 1 teaspoon Tamarind Powder or Tamarind Paste 1/2 Medium Onion, cut in 1 inch pieces 1/2 Cup of okra, cut in 2 inch lengths 1 Chayote squash or about 1 Cup cut into 1 inch chunks 1 roma Tomato, cut in 1 inch chunks Salt to taste 1/4 cup roughly chopped Cilantro for garnish Boil 1/4 cup skinless Lentils in a pot of 2 cups water over medium high heat until falling apart, about 30-45 minutes. (You can also mash the lentils with a potato masher or cook them with a tiny pinch of baking soda to help the lentils fall apart faster.) Set cooked lentils aside. In a separate pan big enough for all of your Sambar, heat oil over medium high heat and add in the Mustard Seeds. When the mustard seeds start to sputter, add in Turmeric, chopped Onion, and chopped Tomato, and saute until they begin to soften. Stir in Sambar Powder and cook the spices for 5 minutes to help the flavors develop. Add the cooked lentils with their cooking liquid, the remaining cut Okra and Chayote, and the Tamarind. Allow to cook over medium high heat 15-20 minutes until the vegetables soften, then salt to taste and garnish with Cilantro. If necessary, thin with a little extra water. Learn More
  7. Gunpowder - Salt Free

    Gunpowder - Salt Free

    Starting at: $6.29

    Gunpowder is a traditional South Indian dry condiment made from roasted lentils, sesame seeds, curry leaves and other spices. This salt free blend is savory and zesty, with a touch of heat from Kashmiri chiles. Use as a seasoning for idlis, rice or noodles. Fun on popcorn, fries or salad. Add a pinch of salt and drizzle of ghee or oil to taste. This blend is gluten free. Gunpowder makes any simple starch a filling meal. To enjoy the flavor of Gunpowder, sprinkle over a bowl of rice or noodles and drizzle with oil or ghee. Add a pinch of salt to taste. Learn More
  8. Thai Red Curry Powder - Salt Free

    Thai Red Curry Powder - Salt Free

    Starting at: $5.99

    This delicious, salt free Thai Red Curry powder is excellent with chicken, shrimp, pork, beef, tofu and vegetables. Mix with coconut milk to taste. Add extra chiles for more heat. Add salt if desired. Learn More
  9. Colombo Powder

    Colombo Powder

    Starting at: $4.49

    Popular in France and the French West Indies, Colombo powder is a flavorful curry with a gentle heat. It used to make chicken, lamb, pork, goat or vegetable curries. Great with pumpkin and squash too. Try on chicken satay. Learn More
  10. Malaysian Curry Powder - Salt Free

    Malaysian Curry Powder - Salt Free

    Starting at: $4.79

    Make a wonderful curry with the taste of Malaysia using this blend. Delicious with lamb, beef, chicken, turkey, vegetable, egg, and tofu curry dishes. Excellent as a rub too for kebabs. Learn More
  11. Singapore Curry Powder - Salt Free

    Singapore Curry Powder - Salt Free

    Starting at: $5.59

    This salt free blend is delicious with seafood, poultry, meat, tofu and vegetable curry dishes. Perfect for to make your own Singapore Noodles. Learn More
  12. Hot Madras Curry - Salt Free

    Madras Curry, Hot - Salt Free

    Starting at: $4.99

    This salt free Madras Curry is hot. Great for creating your favorite curry dishes. Delicious with lentils, dal, rice, vegetables, potatoes, chicken and lamb. Learn More
  13. Vindaloo Curry Powder

    Vindaloo Curry Powder

    Starting at: $4.99

    This delicious curry powder packs a good heat and will help you create a vibrant, spicy hot curry dish for chicken, lamb, tofu, vegetables, soups and stews. Even good for spicy dips or deviled eggs. See recipe below for a simple and delicious Chicken Vindaloo recipe - or substitute lamb as desired. Chicken Vindaloo: 1.5lb Chicken Leg or Thigh meat - cut into 2 inch pieces 2 Tablespoons Yogurt 2 Tablespoons Vinegar such as Wine or Palm Vinegar 2 Tablespoons Spice Ace Vindaloo Curry Powder 2 Tablespoons Oil 1 medium Onion - chopped finely 1 small Tomato, pureed or grated through a box grater Mix Chicken pieces with Yogurt, Vinegar, and Vindaloo Curry Powder and cover to marinate in your refrigerator, preferably overnight. When ready to cook, pour oil into a pan over medium heat and add chicken pieces, stirring to color and cook the meat on all sides. Add 1/4 cup of water, cover and simmer for 10 minutes. Add the chopped Onion and cook, stirring occasionally for another 20 minutes until the onions are cooked through in the sauce. Add the tomato and cook with the lid on for another 15-20 minutes until the tomatoes have dissolved. Thin with a little water if necessary, and serve with basmati rice or naan. Learn More
  14. Jamaican Curry Powder

    Jamaican Curry Powder

    Starting at: $4.49

    Jamaican curry powder is great when you want to make a goat curry or a chicken. Add cayenne if you'd like more heat. This contains wheat. Learn More
  15. Thai Green Curry Powder

    Thai Green Curry Powder

    Starting at: $4.99

    This spicy Thai Green Curry Powder is excellent with chicken, shrimp, pork, beef, tofu, lentils, beans and other vegetables. Also good in soups. You can taste the coconut! This blend contains wheat. Learn More
  16. Thai Lime Leaves

    Thai Lime

    Starting at: $6.49

    Thai Lime (formerly known as Kaffir Lime) is delicious both as leaves and as the rarer powder made from the zest of the fruit. The leaves have a lovely, citrusy aroma and taste reminiscent of lemon verbena and lime It is used in Thai and other East Asian cuisines. The rare powder, also known as Combava Powder is made from the zest of the Thai Lime fruit. It has a lovely floral, verbena like, citrusy aroma and taste. Wonderful with fish, vegetables, soups, salad dressings and infusing alcohol. Learn More
  17. Tastes of India Gift Set - 9 Jars

    Tastes of India Gift Set - 9 Jars


    These 9 vibrant Indian blends will help you make the most wondrous of Indian dishes. Each are in a 1/4 cup glass jar. Madras Curry Tikka Masala Biryani Masala Sambar Powder Tandoori Masala Garam Masala Vindaloo Curry Powder Chai Masala Gunpowder Learn More
  18. Curry Lover's Gift Set

    Curry Lover's Gift Set - 9 Jars


    For the curry lover, enjoy these savory curries from mild to hot based on recipes from all over the world. This aromatic and delicious assortment of 9 curries are packaged in 1/4 cup glass jars: Vadouvan Ace Singapore Curry Powder Vindaloo Curry Powder Colombo Powder Balinese Blend Garam Masala Hot Curry Powder - Organic Thai Red Curry Powder Madras Curry Powder Learn More
  19. Madras Curry

    Madras Curry

    Starting at: $5.29

    Easily make delicious Madras Curry dishes with our Madras Curry Powder. It is excellent with chicken, lamb, lentils, dal, seafood, and vegetables. Great too in deviled eggs. Learn More
  20. Sweet Curry Powder, Organic - Salt Free

    Sweet Curry Powder, Organic - Salt Free

    Starting at: $4.49

    Use this delicious organic, salt free, sweet curry powder in your favorite curry dishes, pilaf and deviled eggs. It has a gentle heat. Learn More
  21. Vadouvan


    Starting at: $5.99

    Vadouvan is delicious, savory aromatic blend that is the French interpretation of curry. It is heavenly and can be used in place of traditional curry powder. It is wonderful on everything from lamb to squash to deviled eggs to even popcorn. Learn More
  22. Japanese Curry - Salt Free

    Japanese Curry - Salt Free

    Starting at: $4.39

    This delicious and aromatic salt free Japanese Curry goes great with chicken, stewed beef, fried pork (katsu curry), vegetables and rice. Learn More
  23. Hot Curry Powder - Organic - Salt Free

    Hot Curry Powder - Organic - Salt Free

    Starting at: $4.49

    This is a delicious, spicy, salt free organic curry powder. It is perfect for your favorite curry dishes and even deviled eggs. This is for those that like a little more heat in their curry. Learn More
  24. Turmeric, Organic

    Turmeric, Organic

    Starting at: $4.89

    Turmeric comes from the ginger family and has an aroma and taste that is ginger-like, citrusy, earthy and musky. A rich, vibrant yellow-orange, it is a key ingredient in curry powder. It adds a warm flavor to many dishes, from curries, lentils, eggs, fish, poultry and root vegetables. Learn More
  25. Galangal Root Powder

    Galangal Root

    Starting at: $4.29

    This spice is very popular with Thai and Southeast Asian cuisines. Greater galangal is the type that is more frequently used. It has a lemony taste that has hints of a sour blend of a mixture of cardamom and ginger. Learn More

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