Tata Sampann Spices — goodness ki shuruaat
Our spices bring more than taste to your cooking — they bring home the healthy goodness of nature. That’s because every Tata Sampann spice, pure or blended, that reaches your kitchen, is sourced from farms where the climate is conducive to cultivating the best spices. Our coriander, for instance, comes from Ramgang in Rajasthan. Our turmeric is from Salem in Tamil Nadu and our chilli is from Guntur in Andhra Pradesh. We ensure the spices that reach your kitchen retain all their natural volatile oils and natural goodness. That means full flavour to enhance your culinary delight.
With Tata Sampann, quality counts the most. That is why we use world-class processing centres with global certifications from BRC, Halal, UKAS, Sedex, Spices Board and FSSAI. Scientific procurement and storage ensure there is no deterioration of quality or loss of active ingredients.
Spices with the expert’s touch
Our spices are currently available in 10 varieties. Out of these, seven are blended by food connoisseur and renowned chef Sanjeev Kapoor.
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s versatile blend can be used to cook almost anything, vegetarian or non-vegetarian. Its tangy, spicy flavour enhances virtually any dish.
Chef Sanjeev Kapoor has put together this concoction especially to cook meats. The subtle flavours blend to bring out the best in red or white meat.
Punjabi chhole masala
This one is from the heart of Punjab. Chef Sanjeev Kapoor has created this mix to delight the sense of taste and bring out the best in the traditional chhole.
Chicken curry masala
Chicken curry is probably the most popular non-vegetarian dish in India. Chef Sanjeev Kapoor has designed this blend to enrich your cooking with nutrition and joy.
Dal tadka masala
Dal tadka is the heart of most Indian meals. Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s blend of this masala brings to the table convenience and consistent quality.
Paneer is popular in India and served in several ways. Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s special blend will go with most ways in which you cook paneer.
Kitchen King Masala
This is another versatile mix, designed by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor, to make your cooking even more aromatic, tasty and healthy.
It’s hard to imagine an Indian kitchen without chillies. Did you know that capsaicin in chilli is an effective counter-irritant, used in the pharmaceuticals and cosmetics industries?
Here’s another popular Indian kitchen spice. Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, is often used for its anti-inflammatory properties.
Coriander is a popular herb globally. Known as dhania in India, this spice offers significant amounts of dietary fibre, calcium, selenium, magnesium and manganese.
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