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Tata Sampann Punjabi Chhole Masala has been created by Chef Sanjeev Kapoor.
The International Chhole Bhature Day is celebrated on 2nd Oct, started in 2012.

Punjabi Chhole – Peas that please your senses

Punjabi Chhole – a dish so delectable, odes could be written to it. Gourmands of all generations have been accustomed to seeing it in a more-or-less prescribed format – the dark-orange of the kabuli chana curry, doused in masala, buddied up with the fieriest of mirchis (green chillies) and some sliced onions for the crunch. The ensemble is complete with the fluffiest of bhatures or buttery kulche, a delicious lentil masala ready to be devoured. Truly, a design for winter mornings!

And to make this appetizing dish, only the tastiest Punjabi Chhole Masala will do. A carefully curated amalgam of 20 spices, to culminate in a blissful experience.

TATA Sampann Chhole Masala

The Tata Sampann Advantage

Tata Sampann Punjabi Chhole Masala ingredients are spices processed carefully so that they come with their natural oils. The spices are sourced from the best origins before being blended as per Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s authentic recipe. This recipe is a blend of spices like coriander, chilli, cumin salt, amchur, anardana, bay leaf, fennel, black pepper, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger powder, cloves, asafoetida, mint, mace, fenugreek leaves and cardamom in just the right proportions.

High-grade spice blends are characterised by consistency in appearance, no foreign inclusions, minimum lumping, no adulterants, moisture < 10% and no fungal contamination. Strict adherence to quality control parameters ensures optimum nutritional value and health benefits are derived from our blended spices.[Tata Sampann Punjabi Chhole Masala 100 gm pack is offered in sachets of 5 in order to prevent it from exposure and thus loss of flavour and nutrients.

Health Benefits of Punjabi Chhole Masala

The individual qualities of spices in the mix have a positive cumulative effect on our health:

  • Ginger provides Potassium which is good for the heart and vitamins for healthy skin and hair.
  • Coriander is rich in Potassium and Calcium and is a potent anti-inflammatory agent.
  • Coriander is rich in Potassium and Calcium and is a potent anti-inflammatory agent.
  • Turmeric imparts anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Cumin, Fennel and Clove help in curing digestive ailments due to high polyphenol content.

Nutrition Guru says:

Here is a simple test that you can carry out to detect harmful adulterants in Punjabi Chhole Masala.

Test for Saw Dust/Brick Powder/ Starch
step 1 1.
Powdered spice blends can be adulterated with inedible volumisers.
step 2 2.
Dissolve a spoonful of the spice powder in a glass of water.
step 3 3.
Presence of floating particles in the water indicates adulteration.



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