The flavours found in Indian street food can tickle all kinds of palates and taste buds thanks to the appetising ingredients and aromatic twists used. Chaat Masala is a staple in this kind of food.
Long known for It’s table versions of spices, salt and pepper,
as well as masalas or spice mixes Catch is a brand that also produces Chaat Masala.
Sambhar can be had with rice as a South Indian does it almost everyday, or with Idlis, Wadas, Potato Wadas etc. Sambhar, especially with Idlis has gained universal acceptance in India, and is considered as an excellent diet food.
Everest Chhole Masala – An exquisite blend of 24 pure spices, this is perhaps the most elaborate blend in the Everest repertoire. This blend is evenly balanced for taste and flavour and imparts a rare character to chhole, made from chickpeas.
Pav Bhaji Masala is the blend that took Mumbai by storm.
‘Pav’ means a bun shaped home made bread. ‘Bhaji’ means mashed vegetables.From its humble origins in the by-lanes of Mumbai,
it has become a ‘must’ on menus in 5-STAR restaurants and celebrity weddings. Dished out in the far-flung corners of the country,
it has acquired the status of a foremost vegetarian recipe.
Equally popular as a snack or a meal, this easy-to-cook dish enjoys a special place in the hearts of house wives.
Everest chaat masala is a blended spice mix that combines various Indian spices like black pepper, cumin, hing, dried mango powder or amchur, black salt, coriander, dry ginger, mint leaf, nutmeg, pomegranate seeds and much more! Chaat is a racy blend that gives a wild and lively tweak to the well worn taste of Salads, Sandwiches, Fresh fruits.