Sona Meat Masala is a combination of assertive spices for delivering a rich flavour and colour to meat gravy. It gives your meat dishes wonderful taste and awesome fragrant. You can prepare variety of tasty dishes with this masala. Low temperature grinding ensures that the authentic flavour of each spice is retained.₹70.00 Add to cart
Sona Chatni pudina powder is made of real pudina herbs.Pudina is one of the oldest and most popular herbs that is grown around the world. Just like our dear Tulsi, mint grows very easily in the kitchen garden without any maintenance. It is an essential ingredient in many Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. It is also added to all time favourite Paani poori!!!!!!!. Both, fresh and dried mint is used in preparing Sona Chatni pudina powder. It is available in 50 & 100 Gms Pack.₹54.00 Add to cart
A subtle blend of spice specially combined to enhance the taste of vegetable dishes. Sona Sabji Masala is virtually the fast-food equivalent in the range of Sona blended spices. It gives vegetable dishes a mildly resonant flavor and the appetizing color so characteristic of vegetarian fare. If you need to rustle up a quick vegetable curry, all you need is your favourite vegetables and Sona Sabji Masala, the 'one-stop' masala. That's right; you do not need any other spice to make your dishes tempting and irresistible. Sona Sabji Masala is just the right handy must-have for all those who simply don't have the time for elaborate cooking, but would like to prepare delicious, appetizing vegetable dishes all the same.₹52.00 Add to cart
Sona Sambhar powder is a spice blend used throughout India, especially the southern states. As the name suggests it is used to make Sambhar, a broth made with vegetables and cooked lentils flavoured with tamarind pulp and sona sambhar powder. It is eaten with rice or snacks like dosa, idli and vada. Ingredients in Sona sambhar powder are toor dal, red chillies, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, peppercorn, fenugreek seeds, turmeric and dry curry leaves.₹62.00 Add to cart
The King of Masalas is known for its perfect blend of exotic spices and seeds. Enhance the taste of literally any Indian dish with Sona Kitchen King, the true king.If you want to make your ordinary dishes special, just add some Sona Kitchen King masala. This special blend adds colour, flavour and taste to the dish, making it enjoyable. Sona Kitchen King Masala comes in food-grade metal-lined packs to retain its freshness.₹70.00 Add to cart
Sona Fish Masala Powder is spice powder used to make fish fry or fish curry. Sona masala made with fresh ingredients this fish masala powder works bring great magic to any fish recipe. Sona Fish Masala is a fine blend of spices, like chilli, coriander, tamarind, cumin and Garlic. Sona Fish Masala provides great taste, color, and texture to the curries made using fish. Sona Fish Masala is a perfect mix of different spices in precise quantities. In Indian cuisine, it is the taste, aroma, color of the spices used, that plays a significant role in the most dishes. Masala are a blend of a number of spices, such as chilli, turmeric, pepper, clove, and so on. Given the variations in the taste and cuisine across India, masalas have to meet the taste of each ethnicity or the regional group.
Sona Lal Degg Mirch is coarse ground, rich in colour, mild in pungency. Sourced from Byadgi (Karnataka) which is recognised as one of the best internationally. Paprika, Bydagi chilly, Warangai chapatta and similar high colour less pungent varieties are widely used for colour extraction. This colour is highly popular among food and beverage processors for its use as a colourant, since this being a 'natural plant colour'.₹78.00 Add to cart
Sona Biryani masala is a blend of whole spices lightly roasted and powdered. Used specifically for biryani's, the Sona biryani masala powder adds not only flavour but the faint aroma that's required in a perfect biryani. The blend is similar to garam masala which means "hot spices". It is not spicy but can add pungency or over flavour a particular dish when not used in the right proportions. The important thing is to get the balance of spices right- each spice which includes aromatic spices like cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, fennel seeds, staranise etc. The origins of this blend can be traced back to the Mughal era. Biryani/Pulav can either be a Veg. or a Non-Veg. preparation usually made during special occassions. It is a whole meal by itself, and is almost always the centre-piece of most Indian dinner parties. Is usually served with curry and raita (curd spiked with fresh green herbs)₹50.00 Add to cart