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Top Indian Spices For Indian Rice

Aug 26, 2022

Indian rice is incomplete without spices. The aroma of Indian spices makes the meals more tempting to eat. There are many spices available in India, but some of them are very famous and commonly used in Indian cooking. This blog shares the top Indian spices used to create delicious Indian rice.

Turmeric Powder

Turmeric powder is an antioxidant rich spice that gives food a yellow color. It has been known to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and medicinal  properties. You can use turmeric powder as a replacement for saffron or saffron essence. Turmeric powder is one of the most common Indian spices used in Indian rice.

Blend Spices Together for Indian Rice

Garam masala is  a blend of various spices that are used in several Indian cuisines to make curries, pickles, and Indian rice. The main ingredients include cinnamon, cloves, cumin seeds, cardamom pods, and nutmeg. Garam masala can be added to plain basmati rice or other dishes like lentils and vegetables to enhance their flavor. Indian rice with garam masala is a staple food in India and has been used for generations.

Ginger For Indian Rice

Ginger is a spice that is used extensively in Indian cooking. It has a beautiful spicy aroma and slight spice which enhances the flavor of your meal. It gives warmth to your body which helps aid digestion. Ginger can be added to any rice dish to give it a spicy taste.


SugarRoti’s Spices Are Great For Indian Rice

All of SugarRoti’s spices are pre-measured, so you don’t have to worry about using too much or too little spice. One of our favorites is SugarRoti’s Fish and Rice recipe uses the pre-measured Fish Nu Spice blend which is the perfect seasoning for this Indian rice meal.

Indian Rice with SugarRoti Spices Is A Great Protein Source

Indian rice is a great source of protein because it contains all eight essential amino acids that your body needs to maintain muscle mass and repair tissue. Plus, it's also gluten-free, so it won't aggravate your stomach or cause bloating like wheat products tend to do. Adding SugarRoti’s spices to your rice will give you an extra burst of flavor and health boost that everyone will love.

The Possibilities For Indian Rice Are Endless

In the world of Indian cooking, rice is a staple. It's served with almost every meal and used in many of the dishes that make up the cuisine. The possibilities for Indian rice are endless; there are dozens of different variations available, each with its own unique flavor. Pick up SugarRoti’s pre-measured mixed spices today and create delicious Indian rice dishes like, rice and beans, biryani or jambalaya.


“I’m a curry and rice girl.” – Shenaz Treasury