Garam masala is the queen of spice mixes in Central Asia, including India, Pakistan or Nepal and its use is present in almost any home. In fact, it is customary for each family to mix at their free disposal. Contrary to what one might think, it is not a mixture of spicy spices —to the taste of the consumer—, but it could have a certain more 'bravo' nuance.
Cumin, coriander, cardamom, nutmeg.
50 g jar.
Garam masala is usually added at the end of cooking, suitable for hot preparations such as stews, stews or soups.