Sour, spicy chilli pickle with a tinge of sweetness. When the dal is tasteless. And the curry is made of greens. When the tongue wants an adventure and the only adventure is bland beans Welcome Aaathela Marcha into the household.
Spicy mustard base Lime Pickle
Sour green chilli pickle in mustard base. When the dal is tasteless. And the curry is made of greens. When the tongue wants an adventure and the only adventure is bland beans Welcome Aaathela Marcha into the household.
Chickpea and Fenugreek Pickle. It's no surprise that many men love chick-peas. Without getting into details, chana methi goes wonderfully well with stuffed everything.
Sweet Mango Pickle. Raw mango cubes doused in sweet sugar syrup is a dessert befitting gods or unpunctual employees
Sweet Spicy Lime pickle
Sweet Spicy Mango Pickle in Mustard base. Gol is not round, its jaggery in Gujarati. You must have noticed how simple pickles can be of great linguistic importance. But right now, you are craving something sweet. With a little sour thrown in. And linguistics is of no concern. So dip into this rustic mango-jaggery melange and the only word you'll understand is mmmmmmmm.
Spicy Rajasthani Berries pickled in mustard base
Veg Sweet Gujarati Pickle. Chunda is most appropriately the morning achar. Just wipe it off with theplas, parathas or those special mom-made pancakes when you are breakfasting in a rush.
How do you convince an experienced pickle maker, all-traditional, strict mother to mix olives and jalapenos in a pickle? At first, we never dared. However, when we did - mother not only concocted a lovely recipe but also told us, "All art begins with experiments"
Sweet Spicy Mango Pickle in Mustard base, aged in clay pot for a year. It took us 365 days to create a legacy. But it will take you less than 60 seconds to be a part of it.
Gujarati Traditional Masala. Methi Masala is a perfect partner - of humans and foods alike. In solitude, it amps up the mood of humans, and the taste of theplas, paranthas and more. So, next time when you feel lonely, you know who to reach out to.
Sambhar Masala is the sole reason why we are bombarded with messages, cards, flowers and gifts on ... well ... Mother's Day! This Masala reminds them of their mothers, it seems. We're not complaining, but Nirupa Roy and Rakhi must be feeling envious!
What is common between a birth date and a Masala Date, you may ask. Well, one has to face dire consequences if they miss them. But if they do remember them, life becomes beautiful as never before.
South Indian Traditional Rasam Masala - Thanks to our mothers, we are unable to tell you much about the yummy Rasam Masala. Our beloved mothers, who otherwise cannot help sharing their ATM passwords with their distant cousins, have somehow managed to keep the secret behind this masala, a secret.
In the world of sour grapes, welcome an audacious effort to make one's mark: the Masala Grapes. Unlike their sour counterparts, these are not just craved for but are also enjoyed with much contentment.
We actually had to surrender to the internet to find out what this fruit was called in English. While we were at it, our mothers were busy making an aftermeal out of it. Surprisingly, this fruit turned out to be an excellent aftermeal. Thanks, moms.
The inspiration of every action-packed Bollywood blockbuster is born out of this Masala. Don't believe us? Ask the Shettys of the reel world.
Whenever in doubt, go back to your roots. That's what we did and we stumbled upon ginger, a root almost revered for its flavour. It didn't take us much time to reach the surface and make an aftermeal out of it.
Masala alphonso mango is a social initiative that bridges the gap between demand and supply of mangoes beyond their season. And we have taken it upon ourselves to ensure that everyone gets ample dose of the deliciousness throughout the year. We urge you to contribute generously.
Kiwis cannot fly and we think it is because they are fruits. But, our flight of faith led us to turn tiny chunks of this fruit into an aftermeal. The view is great, we say.
We confess. Making you pick only one of the fruits in aftermeals is downright cruel. So, we present to you an assorted mix of dried masala fruits, with orange, mango, kiwi, pomelo, chikoo and plum. We hope you forgive us.
'An impressive mix of tea masala to send the coffee markets plummeting' this is how our coffee lover friends describe us. Oh yes, and since they have sued us, in protest we are not writing how awesome our tea masala is. Huh!
Masala orange is an aftermeal, which tends to be an after drinks as well. Dried along with the peel of the fruit, it can help you get over your hangover. For the teetotallers, it still works as a digestive.