Amchur (dried mango powder)
$1.59 – $3.29
A natural souring agent made from unripe, powdered mangoes, amchur is widely used in Northern Indian cuisine. Use in any recipe that could benefit from some zingy zest, like curries and chutneys, and in dried marinades in place of lemon or lime juice.
Available in 0.5 or 1 ounce.
Amchur is made by powdering unripe, green mangoes. This spice has a sweet smell and an extremely tangy flavor, and it is very popular in Northern Indian cuisine. Since it’s a natural souring agent with a tangy taste, this spice is ideal to impart acidity to any dish that needs some zing, from chicken or shrimp marinades to chutneys and curries. Priya Krishna, author of Indian-ish and Bon Appétit’s contributor, states that amchur is the secret ingredient for many Indian-American comfort foods.
Naturally vegan. Not suitable for a gluten-free diet (contains wheat as an anti-caking agent).
Ingredients: green mangoes, wheat fiber (as an anti-caking agent)
Available in 0.5 and 1 ounce.
0.5 ounce, 1 ounce
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