Here is 5 minutes, Nihari Masala powder recipe that you can easily prepare at home to cook delicious restaurant-style nihari for your next meal.
People living in South Asia especially from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh love the taste of street style nihari with tandoori roti.
What is Nihari Masala?
If you are a desi foodie then you must be familiar with the good taste of 'Nihari'! that can't be prepared without adding the right combination of 'Nihari Masala' powder.
Today, I am sharing a simple and easy Nihari powder recipe. So if you are looking for how to make a nihari masala at home. Watch the recipe video or follow this post to make a restaurant-style nihari at home in your kitchen.
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Many people think that making any type of masala powder at home is a difficult process as it seems time-consuming, but believe me, it's simple, easy and quick way to prepare masala at home. I can call it 5 minutes recipes as you only need to assemble the ingredients and combine it with proportion.
At Hinz cooking, I have already shared 'Garam Masala Powder recipe' and this one is the extension of nihari masala by adding few more ingredients. In fact, if you have a good garam masala powder then you can also make homemade nihari masala by adding saunth (dry ginger).
Nihari can be prepared with chicken, mutton, beef, many people prepare it with camel meat.
You can use this nihari masala in any type of nihari that you make.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Watch Time 3:02
Preparation of Nihari Masala
Bay leaves - 8
Cinnamon - 6-6 3"
Nutmeg - ½ piece
Star Anise - 2
Green Cardamom - 20
Black pepper - 40
Cloves - 25
Dry Ginger - Saunth 6" piece
Fennel Seeds - 1.5 Tbsp
Coriander Seed - 3 Tsp
Black Cumin - 1 Tsp
Cumin Seeds - 2 Tsp
How to Make
Combine and grind all ingredients to make a powder in a grinder.
Now in a separate bowl add:
Red Chili Powder - 2 Tsp
Turmeric Powder - 1.5 Tsp
Coriander Powder - 1 Tsp
Grinded Masala - 2 Tbsp
Nihari Masala is ready to add in Nihari
It's a simple, easy and traditional style nihari masala powder recipe. You can easily prepare and store it in your kitchen. Whenever you make nihari add this masala and enjoy the restaurant-style nihari at home.
Follow the recipe video available in Hindi/Urdu for quick understanding.
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How to Store?
You can store this nihari masala for 6 months in an airtight container. Keep it a cool place. Never use a wet spoon to take out masala.
- Make sure to use fresh masala ingredients.
- Toast the whole spices before grinding can improve the flavor of the masala.
- Don't over spice!
- Use a proper ratio of whole garam masala and spices to get the best result.
- Strain the masala after grinding to avoid any whole spice.
- Bay leaves – 8
- Cinnamon – 6-6 3″
- Nutmeg – ½ piece
- Star Anise – 2
- Green Cardamom – 20
- Black pepper – 40
- Cloves – 25
- Dry Ginger – Saunth 6″ piece
- Fennel Seeds – 1.5 Tbsp
- Coriander Seed – 3 Tsp
- Black Cumin – 1 Tsp
- Cumin Seeds – 2 Tsp
- Combine and grind all ingredients to make a powder in grinder.
- Now in a separate bowl add:
- Red Chili Powder – 2 Tsp
- Turmeric Powder – 1.5 Tsp
- Coriander Powder – 1 Tsp
- Grinded Masala – 2 Tbsp
- Mix well…
- Nihari Masala Powder is ready to add in Nihari
- Always use fresh ingredients to make masala.
- Roasting masala can make it more delicious.
- Make sure to roast on slow heat until it becomes aromatic.
- Use the proper quantity of spices and whole garam masala.
- Properly sieve masala before storing it in an airtight jar.