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Synonyms for mango

large evergreen tropical tree cultivated for its large oval fruit

large oval tropical fruit having smooth skin, juicy aromatic pulp, and a large hairy seed

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Powdered spices (chicken masala 13 g, garam masala 7 g, red chilli powder 10 g and amchur powder 10 g) and salt (table salt 15 g and black salt 5 g) were blended thoroughly.
Add amchur powder, garam masala powder and salt and saute again for a minute.
Indian spices include amchur (made from mangoes), aniseed, asafetida (a pungent, onion-like flavor), bay leaf, black pepper, cardamom, chilies, cinnamon, clove, coconut, coriander, cumin, dill, fennel, fenugreek, garam masala (a spice blend), garlic, ginger, mango powder, mint, mustard, nutmeg, onion seeds, parsley, pomegranate seeds, poppy seeds, saffron, sesame seeds, tamarind and turmeric.
Amchur is a spice, which is prepared from the flesh of dried green mangoes and it is widely used in the entire South Asian subcontinent.
The murgh amchur, recommended by a regular as he was leaving with his takeaway, was another great success.
Mr I-Only-Ever-Have-Chicken-Tikka-Masala really went for it and ended up deliberating over the Murgh Amchur (chicken cooked with mango in a spicy sauce ) and Shat Kora Delight (pounds 9.
Browse the shelves and you'll find garam masala, tamarind paste and fenugreek seeds alongside mysterious powders such as asafetida and amchur.
For the filling, mash potatoes with salt, paprika, garam masala, amchur (for a tangy bite), cumin seeds, coriander and mint, and pomegranate seeds.