Basic Savory Sattvic spice mix is one of the three must-have seasonings I have in my pantry at all times. This spice mix is one of the most delicious pantry essentials that make food quick and easy to make. I love using this spice mix to season hot savory dishes. It is perfect for stews, curries, soups, and even pasta.

Positive Pranic Food Seasoning

This mix is full-body seasoning with a bit of heat, mostly coming from black mustard seed and black pepper. The blend itself is not too hot. But if you’d like to have a mild version of it, you can use yellow mustard seed instead of black or brown mustard, and reduce the amount of mustard and black pepper from 2 tbsp to 1 tbsp.

watch me do it

It is important to dry roast the spices separately to achieve an even roast and perfect flavor. Because all of the seeds in this blend have different density and size, roasting them together will not work out well.

Another critical thing to pay attention to: at the very end of the roasting, you should add ginger and turmeric powder for a brief moment. Usually, I add fenugreek seeds. When they are done, I stir in ginger and turmeric powder and remove from the heat right away. You can see in the video the way I do it.

homemade sattvic curry spice; positive pranic food seasoning


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Here is the full recipe for this positive pranic food seasoning. Enjoy!

homemade sattvic curry spice; positive pranic food seasoning

Basic Savoury Sattvic Spice Mix

This spice mix is one of the most delicious pantry essentials that makes positive pranic food quick and easy to make. I love using this spice mix to season hot savory dishes. It is perfect for stews, curries, soups, and even pasta.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 40
Total Calories: 7kcal
  • Using a skillet, dry roast all the spices separately on medium-low heat (except ginger and turmeric) one at the time, frequently stirring to prevent burning. It will take from 2 to 4 minutes, depending on the size of the seed. Roast them until fragrant, but don't let them brown.
  • At the very end of the roasting process, add ginger and turmeric powder, stir well and remove from heat.
  • Place seeds in a bowl right away and allow them to cool.
  • Transfer ingredients to a coffee grinder* and grind to a fine powder.
  • Place in an airtight spice jar, and store in a cool, dry place*.
*I have a burr coffee grinder dedicated to spices only; if you have only one coffee grinder just be sure that it is clean and free of coffee particles.
**All spices are at their best when freshly made. It is better if consumed within a couple of months as it will lose its potency with time. 
Course: condiments, spice mix
Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Italian, Sattvic, sugar free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword: basic spice mix, curry, curry seasoning, curry spice mix, pasta spice mix, positive pranic spice mix, sattvic curry, sattvic spice mix, sattvic spices, savoury spice, savoury spice mix, soup seasoning, soup spice mix, spice mix, spices, stew seasoning, stew spice mix, universal spice mix
Total Calories: 7kcal
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homemade sattvic curry spice

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❤ Love, Julia

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5 thoughts on “Basic Savory Sattvic Spice Mix

  1. Annah says:

    I’m allergic to garlic and will be using this to replace it. What is the ratio to garlic that should be used? Most replacements are 1 tablespoon per clove. Is this about the same?

  2. Nik says:

    Thanks for this recipe, I will be removing Allium based foods from my diet to emphasise more positive prana.

    Do you have plans to sell your spice mixes? I would buy ready made jars of this stuff.

  3. hala says:

    That spice seeds need dry roasting was new to me. I have been used to grind them directly or buy them already ground. I told myself I’ll buy the ingredients instead of using the available old ones so the spice mix will be fresh and that’s it. no roasting. But I did it and it was beautiful; the look of the seeds while stirring them, the heat, the smells. Thank you for this friendly peaceful educative space. I’m writing while my fingers still have the spice smells. beautiful

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