Garam masala is a popular spice blend in Indian cooking. It typically consists of ground, roasted spices such as coriander seeds, cumin seeds, and black pepper with garlic and onion. Garam Masala has an assertive flavor so it can be added sparingly as the heat grows stronger over time when cooked. The blend also imparts a deep rich color because of the dried spices.
Flavor profile: spicy, warm, mild heat
Used in: The most common use found today is adding it into dishes with meat including lamb curry but also lentils and beans are great additions too!
Health benefits: it provides significant health benefits like aiding digestion by increasing stomach acid levels which helps break down food more easily- all while providing properties like anti-inflammatory effects on arthritis joints.