Universal Sattvic Spice Mix

This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients

I love spices! They add zest, character, and soul to any dish. However, it is not easy to find a sattvic spice mix in the store that contains only positive pranic ingredients. There is always some garlic or onion powder involved, and if not, then asafoetida or chili peppers are taking over.

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This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix. I use this all-purpose spice mix a lot. I add it to soups, stews, and dals, or sprinkle it on salads. This spice mix will add zest to hot beverages, dressings, sauces, and dips.

At first, we have to dry roast all our spices. Because each seed has a different density and size, I prefer roasting them separately—this way, we can achieve even roast and perfect flavor.

While roasting, watch all your seeds closely, continually stirring. Don’t let them brown as it will ruin the flavor.

When your sesame seeds are almost done mix in nutmeg, and roast for about a minute, then add ginger powder and turn off the heat right away. Watch the video to see the way I do it.

This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients
This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients
This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients
This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients
This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients

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This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix with only positive pranic ingredients

Universal Sattvic Spice Mix

This is my basic version of Chaat Masala, and it is a quite universal sattvic spice mix. I use this mix in cooking a lot. I add it to soups, stews, and dals, sprinkle it on salads, dips, add zest to hot beverages, dressings, and sauces.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Total Calories: 327kcal
Ingredients
  • 6 tbsp cumin seeds
  • 2 tbsp coriander seeds
  • 3 tsp ginger (powder)
  • 3 tsp black pepper (whole)
  • 2 tsp nutmeg (freshly ground)
  • 1 tbsp allspice ( berries)
  • 2 tbsp sesame seeds (hulled)
Instructions
  • Heat the fry pan on medium heat and add cumin, sesame seeds, coriander, nutmeg, black pepper, and allspice. Dry roast the seeds stirring constantly.
  • When the seeds become slightly darker and start giving out a pleasant aroma, transfer to a plate and mix with ginger powder.
  • 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*.
Notes
*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: Indian, Sattvic, Vegan
Keyword: chaat masala, chaat masala recipe, positive pranic chaat masala, positive pranic spice mix, sattvic chaat masala, sattvic spice mix, sattvic spices, spice mix, spices, universal spice mix, zesty chaat masala
Total Calories: 327kcal
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What about you?

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I love hearing from you. Let me know how it went in the comments below and share a picture of your spice mix on Instagram with the hashtag #positivepranic 🙂 🙏

Be Alive🌱,
❤ Love, Julia

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