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How is this masala different from ghati masala?

asked on 8 June, 2019

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Some may call Kanda Lasun masala itself as Ghati masala, especially in Mumbai. Kanda Lasun masala is more like a chutney which one can eat directly out of the jar. However, Veerappa Ghati masala is not a chutney and is an altogether different and rich blend than the Kanda Lasun masala available in the market. Veerappa … see more Some may call Kanda Lasun masala itself as Ghati masala, especially in Mumbai. Kanda Lasun masala is more like a chutney which one can eat directly out of the jar. However, Veerappa Ghati masala is not a chutney and is an altogether different and rich blend than the Kanda Lasun masala available in the market. Veerappa Ghati masala contains more of strong and premium spices. Also, this masala is brown in colour and itself does not give a red hue to the curry dish. Kanda Lasun masala has some limitations for use, however, Veerappa Ghati masala is a versatile blend and can be used in aloo bonda samosa to complex gravy roasts, in curries and as well as in barbeque or tandoor marination. You shall try it once to taste the difference. Veerappa Kanda Lasun Masala gives a red hue to the curry due to Karnataka natural red chillies used in it.

Now, comparing Veerappa Kolhapuri Masala / Kolhapuri Kanda Lasun Masala with some popular blends available in the market, please read the ingredients on the packet. You may find some branded companies have max 8-12 ingredients in their masala, however, Veerappa Kolhapuri Kanda Lasoon masala has 30 ingredients! Moreover, we use the premium and pricey STEMLESS Karnataka chilly in our blend. All our blends contains chilly without the stems! This is one of the factor that makes our products premium, and they stand different from the market!! see less
Some may call Kanda Lasun masala itself as Ghati masala, especially in Mumbai. Kanda Lasun masala is more like a chutney which one can eat directly out of the jar. However, Veerappa Ghati masala is not a chutney and is an altogether different and rich blend than the Kanda Lasun masala available in the market. Veerappa Ghati masala contains more of strong and premium spices. Also, this masala is brown in colour and itself does not give a red hue to the curry dish. Kanda Lasun masala has some limitations for use, however, Veerappa Ghati masala is a versatile blend and can be used in aloo bonda samosa to complex gravy roasts, in curries and as well as in barbeque or tandoor marination. You shall try it once to taste the difference. Veerappa Kanda Lasun Masala gives a red hue to the curry due to Karnataka natural red chillies used in it.

Now, comparing Veerappa Kolhapuri Masala / Kolhapuri Kanda Lasun Masala with some popular blends available in the market, please read the ingredients on the packet. You may find some branded companies have max 8-12 ingredients in their masala, however, Veerappa Kolhapuri Kanda Lasoon masala has 30 ingredients! Moreover, we use the premium and pricey STEMLESS Karnataka chilly in our blend. All our blends contains chilly without the stems! This is one of the factor that makes our products premium, and they stand different from the market!!

Veerappa Food & Spices
Seller · 9 June, 2019
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