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MDH Products


Indian cuisine is rich in a wide variety of spices, each adding distinct flavors, aromas, and health benefits to the dishes.

We are proud to use & import the India's biggest spices brand MDH into Taiwan. Not only Mayur Indian Kitchens but many other big Indian restaurants, hotels also use our MDH products, MDH spices company today has a range of 62 products available in over 150 different packages. These include ground and blended spices, which are free of preservatives (export quality spices as per testing done by FDA Taiwan, data available with relatable authorities)

MDH also sells other products, such as saffron. MDH is one of India's biggest spice producer and seller.

Here are some common spices used in MDH spices for blending 'masalas' which is a term for spices into hindi (Indian language) which means blend of different spices as per special recipe to give perfect taste for your favorite curry, vegetable or meat. how Below are mention some of those and how they can be used to make curry:

Turmeric (Haldi):

Used as a powder or fresh root.

Provides a warm, earthy flavor and vibrant yellow color to curries.

Contains curcumin, known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Cumin (Jeera):

Often used as whole seeds or ground into a powder.

Adds a nutty, warm flavor to curries.

Aids in digestion and may help boost the immune system.

Coriander (Dhania):

Seeds and ground powder are both used.

Imparts a citrusy, slightly sweet taste to curries.

Contains antioxidants and may aid in digestion.

Cardamom (Elaichi):

Used as whole pods or ground seeds.

Offers a unique, sweet-spicy flavor to curries.

Has potential digestive and diuretic benefits.

Cloves (Laung):

Used as whole buds or ground powder.

Adds a strong, sweet, and slightly bitter taste to curries.

Rich in antioxidants and has antimicrobial properties.

Cinnamon (Dalchini):

Used as whole sticks or ground powder.

Provides a warm, sweet, and woody flavor to curries.

May have anti-inflammatory effects and help regulate blood sugar levels.

Fenugreek (Methi):

Used as whole seeds or ground powder.

Adds a slightly bitter, nutty taste to curries.

May help regulate blood sugar levels and aid digestion.

Mustard Seeds (Rai):

Used as whole seeds or ground powder.

Adds a pungent, tangy flavor to curries.

Contains anti-inflammatory compounds and antioxidants.

Red Chili Powder:

Made from dried and ground red chili peppers.

Provides heat and spiciness to curries.

Capsaicin in chili peppers may boost metabolism and reduce appetite.

Asafoetida (Hing):

Used as a powdered gum resin.

Provides a strong, pungent flavor to curries.

May aid digestion and have anti-flatulent properties.

When used in moderation as part of a balanced diet, these spices can have several health advantages. They are known for their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and digestive properties. Additionally, many spices have been linked to potential benefits such as improved metabolism, blood sugar regulation, and immune system support.

It's important to note that individual reactions to spices may vary, and excessive consumption of certain spices can lead to discomfort for some people. People with specific medical conditions or allergies should consult their healthcare provider before incorporating large amounts of spices into their diet.

Overall, when used wisely, Indian spices can enhance both the flavor and health benefits of your meals.

Note: Data collected from various sources available on internet! Please consult us or your known health expert.

Spices to make Indians home style veg or non-veg. biryani, It can be used for making other curry base sauce too! Spicy and delicious for making things easy for the preparation of Hyderabadi biryani.

MDH Biryani Masala

Spices to make Indians home-style masala tea It can be used for making other type of tea or give good aroma of spices!

MDH T-Plus Masala

Spices to make Indians home style Rajma (red kidney bean curry)

MDH Rajmah Masala

Spices to make Indians home-style curries or sauteed vegetables.

MDH Kitchen King Masala

A vegetarian spice mix without any meat inside to make vegetable stew accompany with pao (bread).

MDH Pav Bhaji Masala

Spices for adding to fruits, sauces and curries.

MDH Amchur Powder

Spices to make Indians home style chicken curries.

MDH Chicken Masala

Hot spices mix for red meats curry like beef or lamb curry!

MDH Meat Masala

Fresh and flavorful for cooking curries etc.

MDH fish curry masala

Hot spices mix for all kind of vegetarian or non-vegetarian curries.

MDH Garam Masala

A perfect blend of spices for BBQ and grilling of any meat or vegetable

MDH Tandoori Masala
MDH Chutney pudina masala

MDH Kasoori Methi

MDH Chunky chaat MASALA

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