Welcome to Dhee Masala a product of Dearch Technologies, your number one source for all things. We're dedicated to giving you the very best of Spices And Masalas at your doorstep, with a focus on No-Preservatives, Homemade, and Expertise Hands.
Founded in 2015 by Ranjith, Dhee Masala has come a long way from its beginnings in Malnad. When Ranjith first started out, His passion for.
Variety's the very spice of life, That gives it all its flavor." drove them to quit day job, and do tons of research so that our traditionally prepared Dhee Masalas can offer you "The Karnataka's most Tasteful and healthy Masalas". We now serve our customers all over Karnataka and are thrilled that we're able to turn our passion into reality.
we hope you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy offering them to you. If you have any questions, suggestions & comments, please don't hesitate to contact us.
About Dhee Masala
Dhee Masala is the first of its kind to add real spices and deliver to your door step. Highly rich ingredients ,experience hands,joyful hearts with lot of passion in mind blended together to give ignite every taste buds.
Why Dheemasala ?
Reasons is worth reading we have used actual spices which are grown organically from different parts of India. We are following the original recipe and the most experience hands work continuously with out adding any preservatives to give the best taste for every single bite. All these combinations ans our question of why Dheemasala
Various masala powders are frequently used in Indian Traditional cuisine. A masala powder is a full spice mixture that has been processed into powder form. It can be used for a variety of recipes. Traditionally, these powders are used to increase body heat.
Each variety of masala powder contains essential components that provide the dish it is used in a distinct flavour. A masala powder is made by first cooling components after they have been lightly roasted in a skillet, and then pulverising them in a blender or mixer to a fine powder.
· Values of nutritional content for masala powders
2%Total Fat 1g grams, 1% Saturated Fat 0.2g grams, Trans Fat 0g grams, 0%Cholesterol 0mg milligrams, 0%Sodium 6.6mg milligrams, 2%Total Carbohydrates 4.5g grams, 8% Dietary Fiber 1.9g grams, Sugars 0.1g grams, Protein 0.9g grams, 1% Vitamin A, 1% Vitamin C,5% Calcium, 13% Iron.
Chutney powder, sometimes referred to as chutney pudi, is a spicy powder used as a condiment in South India. With rice, idli, dosa, or upma, it is consumed. Traditionally, only the roasted or fried gramme used in chutney recipes is utilised to make this spice powder. Most Telugu and Kannada-speaking homes always have it on hand to offer with their typical morning dishes, including idli, dosa, upma, and an infinite list of others.
Whole Spices are ideal for boosting immunity and improving health.
There are certain spices that are only used in special meals and others that are essential components in regular cooking. For instance, every cuisine uses herbs like cumin, black pepper, and turmeric, especially in north India. They are now utilised for more reasons than merely adding flavour and colour to a dish. These spices have well-established advantages. Additionally, turmeric has antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and anticarcinogenic properties. It also possesses healing and anti-inflammatory qualities. The spice has acquired importance during the epidemic since it is an immune builder.
A spice is any seed, fruit, root, bark, or other plant material that is primarily used to flavor or color food. Herbs, which are plants' leaves, blossoms, or stems used as a flavoring or garnish, are distinct from spices. Spices are occasionally employed in food preparation. Spices may be ground into a powder for convenience