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Tandoori Masala Paste - 2 Oz. or 50 G

Entered for safekeeping from curryfocus.co.uk. This is a little different from other tandoori mixes on food.com by the use of dried mint. If you don't find dried mint in the herb/spice section, check the tea section of the supermarket. I think the mint is a substitution for dried fenugreek leaves, which can be found at an Indian market.

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  • Mix all ingredients except the water in a non-reactive bowl. Add just enough water to produce a slightly runny paste which should drip slowly off a spoon like treacle.
  • To use the paste, add the paste to the recipe oil (or ghee) and stir continuously until the paste color darkens and the oil separates and floats to the surface of the mixture. Let the paste cool a little before adding to the chosen recipe.
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"Entered for safekeeping from curryfocus.co.uk. This is a little different from other tandoori mixes on food.com by the use of dried mint. If you don't find dried mint in the herb/spice section, check the tea section of the supermarket. I think the mint is a substitution for dried fenugreek leaves, which can be found at an Indian market."
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  1. KateL
    Entered for safekeeping from curryfocus.co.uk. This is a little different from other tandoori mixes on food.com by the use of dried mint. If you don't find dried mint in the herb/spice section, check the tea section of the supermarket. I think the mint is a substitution for dried fenugreek leaves, which can be found at an Indian market.
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