A must-try rajma masala powder recipe for you - 24 Mantra Organic

A must-try rajma masala powder recipe for you - 24 Mantra Organic

rajma masala powder

Check Out This Rajma Masala Powder Recipe


Rajma masala or rajma curry is a spice-packed dish that goes excellently with plain white rice or your favourite phulka or naan. This rajma masala powder recipe will let you prepare the rajma in very little time because all of the essential spices that make up this curry are in this powder! Make as much of this as you want, store it in an airtight container, and pull it out when you’re craving a delicious meal.

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Rajma masala powder recipe

First, let us look at the ingredients you need in this rajma masala powder recipe. The list is long, but every ingredient and spice is absolutely essential for the taste!

Ingredients for rajma masala powder recipe

  • Aamchur or dry mango powder – 70g
  • Crushed dry pomegranate seeds – 70g
  • Methi seeds or dry coriander seeds – 120g
  • Jaiphal or nutmeg – 1
  • Red chillies – 50g
  • Jeera or cumin seeds – 70g
  • Dry ginger powder – 50g
  • Tej patta or bay leaves – 8-9
  • Ajwain or carrom seeds – 10g
  • Badi elaichi or black cardamom – 20g
  • Lavang or cloves – 4-5
  • Mace – 15g

Before grinding all of the spices together, you need to clean and roast them. But, for this rajma masala powder recipe, instead of roasting everything together, we will follow a few steps first.

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Method of making the rajma masala powder recipe

1. First, make sure to wash all the spices and thoroughly dry them. Then, take a kadhai and heat it on medium flame.

2. Add the coriander seeds and lightly roast them until they change colour. Once this is done, keep these aside, clean the pan.

3. Next, lightly roast the carrom seeds. Keep these aside as well and allow them to cool.

4. Then, roast the cumin seeds until they emanate a fragrance, keep them aside.

5. In the next step, roast all of the remaining spices together. Make sure to remove the stalks of the dried chillies and break them before roasting them with the other spices.

6. Once everything is well roasted, allow the mixture to cool for twenty minutes. Put this in a mixer grinder and grind well. Be careful to not let the mixer get too hot; allow a few minutes break before continuing.

7. Now, add the aamchur and dried pomegranate seeds to the mixture and continue to grind everything until it is a very fine powder.

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Optionally, you can sieve the powder to remove any small granules that there may be so that only a very fine powder remains. Make sure to store this powder in an airtight container so no moisture enters it. We hope you try this rajma masala powder recipe and enjoy it! It is perfect for your usual meal and also as a treat for your friends and family when they come over. Once you have the powder ready, making the actual rajma curry will be a breeze! Garnish your rajma with coriander and fresh cream for extra freshness. Remember, always serve hot for the best taste!

Try 24 Mantra Organic’s Rajma and savour the taste of organic goodness.

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