These spices and ingredients all work together in harmony to produce a little jar of goodness!
Masaalon (translating to ‘condiments’ in Hindi) began its life in Sean's home kitchen based up in Donegal during the COVID-19 national lockdown. As a result of the pandemic, he was forced to move home after spending some time living in New York. Back living at home with no job, the only place he found himself was the kitchen.
Kashmiri Tikka Paste
Just a few teaspoons can be added to meat or veggies and you have the makings of a great curry. The more paste you use, the spicier the curry will be. Coconut milk, yogurt and ghee all work as a base. The oils in this paste may naturally separate. Give it a stir before use.
Bengali Mango Chutney
The obvious accompaniment with this chutney is poppadums or perhaps cheese. This is also a delicious base for any curry or stir fry. P.S I also love to dip tortilla chips into this.
Peanut and Tamarind Chutney
This chutney can be gobbled up with just about anything, crackers, breadsticks, poppadums, anything dippable really. It can also give you a great crunch in your curries or stir-fry’s.