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Moji Hacks, (Shhhh!)

If you grow up in a South-Asian home, you casually observe all the "tricks" mothers use to enhance the flavors of everyday dishes or make them quicker to cook. We are letting you in on all the little secrets of the Moji Masala kitchen to make your cooking faster, easier and more delicious!


What's the Secret to Thick, Velvety Curry? Hint: It's Not Flour.

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The Wonderful Onion

Well, the picture likely gave it away: it's the wonderful onion! There's hardly a dish in Indian cooking that doesn't start with this powerful bulb. A well-browned onion is the first building block of a masala base. Aside from the full flavor it brings to food, it's also the key to a wonderfully textured curry that is absorbed perfectly by a warm bowl of Jasmine rice. If you have made our Rogan Josh, you know the recipe calls for two good-sized onions to create that thick gravy.