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Simple Kitchen Tips with Tit-Bit Spices

Most of us don’t know the true potential of Indian spices. They add flavour and aroma to the dish, and they are beneficial to our health in so many ways. This article talks about some useful spice hacks to make your life easier and happier. These spices are your everyday essentials found in your spice cabinet with solutions to your daily problems.

Here are some spicy tips for you:

Tip 01

Craving for some hot soup during the rains? Tit-Bit Spices has the best soup for you, which is quick to make and tastes just like the restaurants! Tit-Bit Spices’ Manchow Soup Mix is made with some of the best Indian spices and is easy to make and serve. Our Oriental Mixes are available in varieties – the Oriental Regular and the Oriental No Onion-No Garlic version. This makes our mixes perfect for every family member!

Tip 02

Are your veggies and curries looking dull and tasteless? Add a pinch of Tit-Bit Spices’ Turmeric Powder to add a rich golden yellow colour to your dishes. Your curries will instantly have an earthy flavour making your recipe 10x better.

Tip 03

Do you love eating spicy food? Then this spice hack is just for you. Make some chilli oil at home. Use Tit-Bit Spices’ Red Chilli Powder and mix it with a spoon of hot oil to get a strong and fiery flavour. Drizzle this chilli oil on your noodles or pasta to add extra flavour and spice.

Tip 04

Does your Paneer Chilly not taste as good as the restaurant? Tit-Bit Spices’ special Oriental Paneer Chilly Masala is your solution! Add this flavourful spice mix to your dish and experience the best Paneer Chilly at home. The Paneer Chilly Oriental mix is available in regular and No Onion-No Garlic versions. Try your preferred Paneer Chilly mix today!

Tip 05 –

To enjoy all our delicious gravies and curries, we need soft rotis. To make extra soft and fluffy rotis, kneed your dough with warm water and set it aside for a while before you roll them out. This way, you’ll have super soft rotis waiting to be devoured with your yummy sabzis.

Tip 06

Here’s a cinnamon hack that you didn’t know before. Are you worried about ants in your house? Sprinkle some ground cinnamon in the affected areas and keep them out. The strong aroma of cinnamon keeps them away.

Tip 07

This essential spice will keep ants away from your sugar jars. Keep 2-3 cloves in your sugar jar to keep the ants at bay. The aroma from the cloves drives works in your favour.

Tip 08

Use Fennel Seeds, Green Cardamom and Sugar to make a mouth freshener or Mukhwas. Toast some fennel seeds and grind cardamom seeds and mix with sugar for a quick, healthy and easy mouth freshener.

Tip 09

Want to give your garnish some fragrance? Use Tit-Bit Spices’ Cumin Powder to add a refreshing taste to your dish with this fragrant garnish.

Tip 10

Give your popcorn some spiciness with Tit-Bit Spices. Ditch the plain popcorn and make way for some chat-patta popcorn with Tit-Bit Spices’ Chat Masala. Sprinkle some mouthwatering Chat Masala on the popcorn and enjoy your movie night with extra fun.

Tip 11

To bring out the deepest and strongest flavours of the whole spices, toast them on a hot pan before grinding them into a powder. This will release the oils from the spices and make them even more aromatic.

Tip 12

Store your spices in air-tight glass jars to preserve their aromas and flavours for a long time. Labelling the jars with the spice names will make them easier to find and use when you’re in a rush. Keep them away from direct sunlight and damp spaces to retain their freshness.

Tip 13

Are you bored of the plain and simple butter? You can make garlic and herb butter at home very easily. Mince some garlic cloves and mix them with softened butter with Tit-Bit Spices’ Black Pepper powder, fresh basil leaves, mint leaves and oregano. This simple yet quick tip will make your breakfast and snack time extra delicious.

Tip 14

Keep your herbs like coriander leaves and mint fresh in a glass of water and cover with a plastic bag from the top. This tip will keep them fresh for a little longer than usual. Or you can store these herbs in air-tight containers in the fridge to keep them fresh.

Tip 15

Store your ginger in the freezer. Keep your ginger fresh for a long time by storing it in an air-sealed bag in the freezer. This will prevent the root from drying and you can enjoy the strong flavour of ginger whenever you want.

Aren’t these tips life-changing?

Don’t forget to order our Oriental Spice Masalas to make restaurant-like food at home.

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