Cooking Made Easier With Kitchen D’lite

Hey everyone!!!

Cooking is a stress buster for me, when I am bored I cook or bake something which makes me so relaxed and happy. Now a days there are so many options in market which makes cooking easier. Out of those gazillion options I have recently tried few spices/masalas from the brand Kitchen D’lite. Let’s read more to explore the aroma of these spices:

About Brand:

Kitchen D’lite is a step towards making cooking easy and saving your time. They bring you onion and garlic powder for your daily kitchen recipes. It is 100% natural with no preservatives. They work very closely with their partners and manufacturers to make sure that every product is genuinely natural ans is of highest quality, with no loss of major nutrients.

To know more about the brand click here.

Price:

INR 50 to 75

Shelf Life:

18 months from mfg. date

Packaging: 

These spices come in brown color paper packets with zip locks which keeps all the spice intact from getting moisture. At the same time these packets are recyclable and made in India. They are made of 100% natural and pure ingredients with no preservatives and they are gluten-free too.

My Take:

These spices are good substitutes especially when you are running out of time. I like to use the garlic powder to make dips for hot potato wedges and sprinkle them with green chili powder. Tomato and red onion powders tasted awesome in pasta recipes. And by the way I have recently made the sweet chutney with tamarind and ginger powder. It was so yummy that my family finished it the same day. Over all I like the idea of dry spices like these because they are really handy and saves the time of chopping and cutting. You just need to check the proportion like:

  • 1 tsp dry garlic powder per every 8 cloves of garlic
  • 1/2 tsp dry ginger powder per every 1 tablespoon of grated ginger.
  • 1 tsp dry green chili powder per every 8-green chilly.
  • 1 tsp dry onion powder per small red onion or 1/3rd cup of chopped red onions.
  • 1 tsp dry tomato powder per every 1 medium size of tomato.
  • 4 tsp tamarind powder per every 1 cup of tamarind paste.

 

 

 

 

 

Hope you all did find this post helpful and would give it a try.Let me know if you have questions and queries to ask!!

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