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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajax View Post
    I really like chaat masala, an Indian seasoning blend. You can buy it in Indian stores or if you have access to a good spice store, make it yourself using this recipe:
    Homemade: Chaat Masala | eCurry - The Recipe Blog
    This is awesome sprinkled copiously on chicken, shrimp or vegetables.
    Ooooo....I must find me some of this. It sounds yummy!
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    On a different note, you could make a bone broth... Buy a load of cheap lamb bones and boil them in water. Strain out the bones and whilst the stock is warm, portion it out. I put some in containers to make soup, but I also freeze some in ice cube trays, which I can then add into whatever meat I'm cooking. Brings a delicious salty, gelatinous mouth feel to all ground beef and lamb which may be what you're looking for.

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    Chilli powder
    Paprika (sweet, smoked, whatever you can find)
    Sage
    Garlic powder
    Turmeric
    Garam masala
    Ginger
    Cumin
    Cardamom
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    I keep my eyes open in the spices area of the store for combinations I like. Montreal steak spice is a must, so is Montreal chicken spice. Lately I've been using a lot of a divine garlic and roasted peppers spice mix. There's soone ingredients that aren't ideal, but it's a small part of something I use only a little of, so I just don't worry about it. I was recently introduced to Mrs. Dash and have to say, it adds some great flavour.
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