Tandoori Masala is a spice mix that is used as a marinade for roast chicken in Northern Indian and Pakistani cuisine. It's easily available in stores but commercial brands often have gluten and MSG included as additives.
The red food coloring that gives Tandoori Masala its rich red color has been emitted from this recipe. Why not make your own mix for a fraction of the cost? If stored in a tightly sealed jar this spice blend will keep for months. Try it sprinkled over vegetables, soups or salads.
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Type of dish: spices, seasonings
Servings: 1 cup
Equipment: large mixing bowl
- 1 TB garlic powder
- 1 TB powdered ginger
- 1 TB ground cloves
- 1½ tsp ground nutmeg
- 1 TB mace
- 1½ TB ground cumin
- 6 TB ground coriander
- 1 TB fenugreek
- 1 TB ground cardamom
- 1 TB ground black pepper
- Mix all ingredients together until well blended.
- Store in a tightly sealed jar.
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