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Homemade Kitchen King Masala Powder Recipe

Homemade Kitchen King Masala Powder Recipe


Kitchen King Masala is one of my favorite masala powder and it's used in many North Indian recipes.  The flavorful kitchen king adds wonderful aroma and taste to any dish perhaps that's why it's called Kitchen King?  I love badshah brand masala over any other brand but unfortunately it's difficult to get badshah brand masala here unless I am lucky to lay my hands on that and the funny thing is I never got Kitchen King in badshah brand, I mostly end up using Everest.


You may know by now I like to make my own spice powder be it garam masala, garlic powder, ginger powder, dabeli masala or any other thing but I never really thought of making my own kitchen king until recently.  I followed list of ingredients from Everest Kitchen King Masala packet and made my own aromatic kitchen king powder.   You may find list of ingredients long but it's really flavorful and fabulous spice powder to have in your kitchen, if you don't have one or two ingredients you can skip that.  If you can get poppy seeds do add that and have your very own home made kitchen king.


Ingredients for Kitchen King Masala Powder

Cumin Seeds/Jeera  - 1 tbsp
Caraway Seeds/ Shah-Jeera - 1/2 tbsp
Dry Red Chilli/Sukhi Lal Mirch - 8
Turmeric/Haldi - 1 pieces or Turmeric Powder - 1 tsp
Coriander Seeds/Dhaniya - 1 tbsp
Dry Ginger/Saunth/Sukku - 2 pieces [I used  Ginger Powder - 1/2 tbsp]
Black Peppercorns/Kali Mirch - 1/2 tbsp
Cloves/Laung - 8
Whole Yellow Mustard Seeds/Pili Rai - 1/2 tbsp
Green Cardamom/Hari Elachi - 8
Black Cardamom/Badi Elachi - 3
Fenugreek Seeds/Methidana - 2 tsp
Bengal Gram/Channa Dal - 2 tbsp
Fennel Seeds/Saunf - 1 tbsp
Cinnamon/Dalchini - 4 sticks 1" each
Star Anise/Chakri Phool - 1
Nutmeg/Jaiphal - a small pieces or 1/2 tsp grated/powder
Mace/Javitri - 2 small pieces
Poppy Seeds/Khus Khus - 1 tbsp [I didn't use  & not listed in ingredients picture]
Rock Salt/Kala Namak - 1/2 tbsp [Not listed in ingredients picture]


Method:

1. Dry roast all ingredients one by one and allow to cool.
~ Don't have to roast powder like ginger, nutmeg etc if using in powder form.  You can roast all ingredients together too but I never do that.
2. Cool all the ingredients and grind into smooth powder using mixer or coffee/spice grinder.  Sieve powder through a big strainer, grind again if required and discard any large pieces of spice.
Cool powder masala to room temperature and store in air tight container.


Have a nice day ~~

19 comments:

  1. you really have the patience to make this at home... wonderful..homemade masalas are "the best"

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  2. wow! this is one of my fav too. perfectly done..

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  3. Very flavorful..never tired making masalas at home

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  4. Oh....this was the masala you were talking about sterday....i never tried kitchen king masala till now...now looking forward for the recipes with it...

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  5. Never tried this masala Priti,but sure it such a wonderful post...Pics are amazing...

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  6. very flavorful powder....awesome clicks..

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  7. Sounds great , must be handy and very flavorful too

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  8. wow...this looks so aromatic..nothing like fresh homemade powders..
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  9. Kitchen king masala is one of my faves and this one looks fantastic!!!
    Homemade masala powders are so much more flavorful and fragrant, they really make a big difference to the dishes :)

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  10. Priti! this is absolutely awesome. iam totally gone for this masala powder. was looking for this since very long. thanks for sharing. great pics too

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  11. I use kitchen king masala in many North Indian recipes..absolutely love it..never thought 2 make it at home,wonderful post Priti..

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  12. Wonderful .. u must be great, i needed this recipe. bookmarked !!

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  13. Hats off Priti, omg how wonderfully you have prepared this masala, cant imagine that this masala need all these spices..Wonderful.

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  14. wow.... such an informative and useful post!!

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  15. Omg! so flavorful masala...I can feel the nice aroma of this masala..haaaaa

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  16. V nice dear. I have one question can we use this masala in chicken curry or vegetable? Which dishes we can use this

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  17. @Gul, kitchen king is used in most of the North Indian recipe, there is no hard and fast rule ...you can use in any thing. Chicken or vegg curry its just perfect, don't use garam masala if using this.

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