These are great to have around in the Kitchen as they’re very versatile, which means you can use them for all sorts of dishes. Some house holds prefer to make spice mixes fresh at home, however this is also a great option. It’s a little confusing at first, which brand to go for. I’ve been through so many boxes of different types of spice mixes myself to then find the brand that suits my cooking the most. I don’t have many spice mixes but the ones I do I consider then to be special. So here are some of the spice mixes my cooking can’t do without.
Ching’s Secret Hakka Noodles Chowmein
The brand reminds me of Sridevi, she actually did advertisements for these spice mixes and I thought to myself, aahhh they’re just ANOTHER brand out there who make the same old mixes and state great flavour.
When I went to the Indian Supermarket I saw these boxes and thought to myself 99p what have I got to lose, besides I’ve seen Sridevi doing adverts for these, there has got to be something about it…right?
I was blown away.
I simply can’t make do without this. Personally speaking, it’s the best in the business. I use this for Noodles and Rice Stir Fry. It’s super delicious. I can’t recommend it enough.
Ching’s Secret Veg Manchurian Masala
This is the perfect thing to reach for if you’re hungry and want tasty carbs. It tastes great with some shallow fried Baby Potatoes. So versatile, it’ll taste great in curries too.
Although the thing it’s meant to be for which is Manchurian, can’t say I’m a fan although my Mum did enjoy it, I just think…something was missing.
Shan Chaat Masala
Chaat Masala is a must have in all Kitchens. My Mums loves to add a pinch of this into curries and recently, she’s been sprinkling it onto slices Apples and has it as a snack.