Taking a Closer Look at Tandoori: Keep Calm and Spice On

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Every cook has wondered what makes a dish so delicious. By understanding the flavor palate and makeup of tandoori, you are well on your way to making delectable dishes on the daily.

Spicy Livin’ | Tandoori is a reddish-brown spice that surrounds your olfactory senses with a bold, fragrant experience thanks to its mix of cinnamon, black peppercorn, and guajillo chiles. The prominent guajillo chiles offer a flavor akin to cranberry and tomato with a hint of smokiness, while the sweetness of cinnamon and nutmeg balance the spice out for a tangy, bold, experience.

When One Tandoori Closes, Another Opens | Did you know that after you’ve had your fill of delicious tandoori, this spice can continue to benefit you? Guajillo chiles are not only packed with Vitamin C, B vitamins, and minerals, but they also contain capsaicin–a heat ingredient in peppers–that raises your metabolism and has anti-inflammatory benefits. Move over, apples–a new way to keep the doctor away is in town.

A Bollywood Ending | In Indian pop culture, food and entertainment often go hand-in-hand. There are several Bollywood films that center around food, including Daawat-e-Ishq, Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, and Ramji Londonwaley. Hungry for more? Cook Sri Rao’s “Bollywood Kitchen” book offers home-cooked Indian recipes paired with Bollywood films. Tandoori and chill, anyone?

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