Temper this earthy spice in your frying pan until you hear it pop!
This five spice mix (and our added secret) is so easy to make yet adds tremendous flavor and aroma to Bengali dishes and anything else you can think of.
|Ingredients||fennel, cumin, fenugreek, amala, Mustard, Black sesame, Sea salt, Nigella (kalii), chili, Sea salt|
Indian Panch Phoran is made in the traditional Bengali style. The name literally means "five spices" in Maithili. This blend of decadent spices from the Middle East is perfect for almost any dish.
be inspired to add a tablespoon of panch phoron to everything from sautéed broccoli to a pot of beans or a jar of refrigerator pickles.
Panch phoron also found transliterated as Padkaune Masala, panch puran, panchphoran, panch phutana, is a whole spice blend used in Bangladesh, Eastern
USE: Traditionally used with vegetables, chicken or beef curry, fish, lentils, or tofu this spice has a wide variety of uses. Most common on traditional Bangladesh food like kabobs, this spice is the perfect opportunity to try something delicious and different.
Fry Panch Phoran in cooking oil until the blend begins to pop or temper. Add lentils or vegetables to the mixture, coat and cook. It's fantastic in rice and curries too!
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