Spices blends are the soul of Indian Cuisine. They enhance the flavor, aroma, zest, and color of your favorite dishes.

When individual spices are combined, roasted & blended together, they create a distinct flavor, which forms the base of authentic Indian dishes and adds unique flavors to the recipe. And if you enjoy Indian food as we do and would like to make it at home, you must have these five-spice blends on your kitchen shelf.

5 Flavorful Indian Spice Blends:

Kitchen King Masala: Let's start with the King of Masalas- the Kitchen King Masala. Kitchen king masala gives you that authentic Punjabi curry experience that Indian foods are known for. It is turmeric and coriander based masala, which gives the dish an appetizing golden hue to the gravy & has a strong spicy flavor and so it should be used sparingly. This spice blend can add magic to any bland dish.

Kitchen King Masala is a mixture of about 20 or so spices like Coriander, Chilies, Garlic, Iodized Salt, Cumin, Turmeric, Fenugreek, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger, Asafoetida, Cloves, etc.


Rajwadi Garam Masala: Garam Masala is probably the most used spice blends in Indian Cuisine. The word Garam means 'Hot' and Masala means 'spices.' It is quite spicy and aromatic similar to Kitchen King Masala. Rajwadi Masala is used in both vegetarian & non-vegetarian dishes. And you can sprinkle some fries to enrich their taste.

Every home, region, & state has different Garam Masala. It is usually made by combining up to 25 Indian spices like Coriander, Chilies, Cumin, Cinnamon Leaves, Stone Flower, Cinnamon, Iodized Salt, Cloves Kandi, Cardamom, Mace, Anistar, Ginger, Nutmeg, etc.


Chaat Masala: If you are familiar with Indian food, you must be aware of the deliciously spicy, hot, sweet, & tangy chaats. They are quite famous Indian street food devoured by many Indians as well as foreigners. Chat Masala in India is like the salt & pepper in other countries. It can be used as a seasoning in many snacks like fries, dips, nuts, salads, fruits, etc. 

The typical ingredients of Chaat Masala are Coriander, Sour Mango, Black Salt, Mint Leaves, Dry Ginger, Cumin, Chilies, Black Pepper, Cloves, Asafoetida, etc.


Pani-Puri Masala: Pani means water & it is the heart & soul of delicious tangy Pani-Puri. All the flavor of your favorite mouthwatering pani-puri is in its water. This dish is relished in all the part of India and is now gaining popularity in foreign countries as well. You might have had a taste of these water balls in a restaurant, but with Vasant's Pani-Puri Masala, you can enjoy it at home with your family.

Pani-Puri masala is generally made up of Black Salt, Sour Mango, Mint Leaves, Chilies, Cumin, Dry Ginger, Black Pepper, Citric Acid, Cloves, Asafoetida, etc.


Pav Bhaji Masala: Yet another delicious street food that originated from the streets of Mumbai- Pav Bhaji. It is a blend of various veggies, which are cooked in lots of butter and special Pav Bhaji masala. It is then served with Pav- a type of Indian bread shaped like a bun. This sumptuous dish is now gaining fame worldwide, and you can make it at home with the Vasant's Pav Bhaji Masala.

It is a combination of spices like Coriander, Chilies, Cumin, Cinnamon, Fennel Seeds, Cinnamon Leaves, Iodized Salt, Anistar, Black Pepper, etc.


If you are a fan of Indian spices, you should definitely have all these spice blends on hand. It will allow you to try a variety of different dishes from Indian cuisine. 

You can find all these spices in your nearest Indian store, or you can buy them from Vasant Masala's e-store. Vasant Masala is one of the top blended spice manufacturers in India, and we also do Indian spices export to various countries like- USA, UK, and many middle-east countries.