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The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set Giveaway

Disclosure: Kitchen Curry Master provided The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set  to vegan chef, Roxanne Holland for this review and Giveaway.  Roxanne was not financially compensated and all opinions are her own.  She created the mouthwatering, vegan recipe below exclusively for Leslie Loves Veggies using The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set . Roxanne, a beauty, fashion and lifestyle publicist owns and operates Quintl.  Over the years Roxanne has successfully promoted numerous brands with a focus on cruelty-free, sustainable products.  Please follow her on Twitter and Facebook.

The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set Delivers The Taste of India Direct to Your Home

I am so thankful that I was asked to review The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set.  The top-of-the-line Kitchen Curry Master spice box set includes everything needed to masterfully create amazing Indian dishes.

The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set

I was first introduced to the delicious flavors of the Middle East when I lived in Tokyo.  One of my closest friends in Tokyo was born and raised in Punjab, India.  I remember when she had me over for chai tea and curry  how she methodically measured the ingredients used to make the tea.  When we later sat down for the vegetable curry, my mouth came alive with new taste sensations.  I was hooked with the flavors and also the rustic-yet-beautiful presentation of the meal.

In the following years, my work required me to be in London at least 1 week a month over a 10-year period.  Some of the best Indian food is available throughout the UK in hundreds of locations (I believe I personally dined at 150 of them!)  No matter how hard I tried, I could never replicate the dishes and wasn’t quite sure the best way to prepare them with my limited knowledge of the key ingredients used in Indian fare.

The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set Spices

The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set SpicesCinnamon Sticks – These spicy pods of flavor add a woodsy-fragrance to both savory and sweet dishes.  I never realized that Cinnamon Sticks used in cooking come from scraping away bark and branches to reveal long strands of cinnamon strips that curl up into rolls as they dry.

Cloves – Directly from the Clove tree, cloves are unopened, dried flower pods.  When cooking with cloves, remember that a little goes a very long way.

Star Anise – This dried, heart-shaped fruit has a flavor similar to Aniseed.  It is recommended for use with meat dishes, but since I don’t eat meat, my recipe incorporates the spice into flame seared Brussels sprouts.

Green Cardamom – Next to saffron and vanilla, this spice ranks as the 3rd most expensive in the world.  It has a fresh taste and is used as a common ingredient in Indian foods but is also a key ingredient used in baking in the Nordic countries.

Peppercorns – I love pepper…and peppercorns deliver the best this spice has to offer but precede with caution.  Use sparingly as too many peppercorns can overpower a dish.

Turmeric Powder – If you were ever in an Indian kitchen, turmeric is definitely a spice that would be readily available.  It is a key component in cooking and adds distinct flavor to savory dishes.

Cumin Seeds – These nutritional powerhouses contain iron, manganese, copper, calcium, magnesium, B1 and phosphorus. In addition to the nutrients, cumin seeds add a nutty, peppery flavor to food.

Mustard Seeds– Mustard seeds, much like popcorn kernels, need to “pop”.  When cooking with these small powerhouses of flavor, it is best to “temper” them by adding them to hot oil so the distinct flavor can be released.

Ground Cumin & Coriander – All of the great flavor from the Cumin Seeds are ground into a powder and mixed with coriander.  The combination of the two spices is a staple in Indian cooking.

Chili Powder – It’s Hot!  Seriously, I love spicy foods but trust me when I say to start with a little and add more as needed.  Chili powder is made through the process of drying and pulverizing the fruit of chili peppers.

Fenugreek Seeds – Because I specialize in vegetable dishes Fenugreek Seeds are quite possibly, one of my favorite spices.

Garam Masala – The literal translation of these two words is “hot” and “mixture of spices”.  Yep, that says it all.  The ingredients can vary but the Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set includes coriander, red chili, cumin, cinnamon, cloves, black cardamom, green cardamom, fenugreek, nutmeg and star anise.  The process includes first roasting the various spices and then grinding them together.

Simply put, the cookbook included with the spice set, The Simple Cooking Guide, written by Neena, gives a detailed and easy-to-follow method to creating fabulous Indian dishes.  So far I have tried the Spicy Rice, Broccoli & Onion Curry and The Potato Curry.  Each recipe delivered a diversified and delicious meal.  I would definitely recommend this kit for new/beginning/experienced chefs.

I love the presentation in the stainless steel vacuum cylinder but wish that each of the spices were labeled on the individual containers (I used a Sharpie Pen to label mine) and that they had individual covers to keep them from mixing together.

Roasted Star Anise, Cinnamon and Clove Infused Brussels Sprouts with Indian Fried Tofu
Roasted Star Anise, Cinnamon and Clove Infused Brussels Sprouts with Indian Fried Tofu is completely vegan and gluten-free! Try it and let me know what you think.
Ingredients
For the Marinade:
  • ½ cup Tamari
  • ½ tsp. Garlic
  • 1 Tbs. Maple Syrup or Agave
  • 1 Tbs. Star Anise, Clove Mixture
  • 1 Cinnamon Stick
For the Tofu:
  • 1 Block of firm or extra firm tofu, drained and patted dry
  • ½ cup of Cornstarch
  • ½ tsp Salt
  • ½ tsp Ground Cumin & Coriander
  • 2 Tbs. Vegetable Oil
  • ½ tsp. Mustard Seeds
  • ½ tsp. Fenugreek Seeds
Instructions
For The Brussels Sprouts
  1. Place prepared Brussels Sprouts and Marinade mixture in large plastic bag. Let marinade in refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
  2. When done marinating, heat a grill to high temperature (brussels sprouts can also be cooked inside under a broiler). Place marinated brussels sprouts in grill pan and cook high enough to lightly char.
  3. Reduce heat and cook for an additional 5 minutes, or until fork-tender.
For the Tofu
  1. Completely drain one block of firm or extra firm tofu and pat dry.
  2. Cut lengthwise and crosswise into 4 equal blocks. Cut each block into thin strips.
  3. In a shallow bowl, mix together ½ cup of cornstarch, ½ tsp salt, ½ tsp Ground Cumin & Coriander.
  4. Coat the tofu with the cornstarch mixture.
  5. In a large, flat fry pan, heat 2 Tbs. Vegetable oil. When the oil is hot, taking care in not burning it, add ½ tsp. mustard seeds and ½ tsp. fenugreek seeds. Temper. Add the tofu and cook on both sides until brown and crispy.
Notes
Preparation: Several hours before serving, prepare the Brussels Sprouts by first rinsing in water and then draining. Next cut off the brown end and slice each sprout into halves. Brussels Sprouts may be parboiled if you prefer them less crunchy.

Serve with Spinach Salad with Indian-Inspired Dressing
Combine 2 Tbs. Olive Oil, ¼ tsp. cumin seeds, ½ tsp. Garam Masala, juice of one lemon, 1 Tbs. Agave, ½ tsp. salt. Mix until blended. Serve over fresh spinach leaves topped with fried tofu.

Note: Dressing can be made ahead of time and kept in refrigerator for 24 hours. Top spinach salad with dressing just before serving!

Leslie Loves Veggies Readers, receive $11.50 off the Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set and enjoy free shipping when you use coupon code PDEYQU601MFR at checkout.  Offer expires 11/31/2014 and coupon can only be redeemed once per purchase.

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Comments

  1. 1

    I learned that they have no artificial coloring or preservatives. I would love to win this to learn how to cook Indian food at home. We won’t have to go out any more.

  2. 2
    Eileen hamilton says:

    I have always enjoyed Indian foods at restaurants but never imagined I could duplicate any of the flavorful recipes. But the roasted Star Anise, Cinnamon and Clove Infused Brussels Sprouts with Indian Fried Tofu actually looks do-able to me and i am going to give it a whirl!

  3. 3
    Jamie Joseph says:

    This looks and sound so yummy. We cook tikka masala from time to time and a real spice kit would be awesome.

  4. 4

    Indian food at home??? This could be deadly.. I’ve loved Indian food since I first tried it years ago! So tasty and flavorful!

  5. 5
    Janice Dean says:

    I love how they have the recipe and a video to learn! I would love to win this Curry Master kit! Thanks

  6. 6
    Deborah Rosen says:

    I visited the Kitchen Furry Master site and discovered they have instructional videos with some recipes. That’s a great thing for someone like me who’s never made curry. I’d like to win so I can become comfortable with making curry dishes, which are so delicious. Thanks for the chance.

  7. 8

    I cook with Indian seasonings from time to time so I would like to try out their system of Indian cooking.

  8. 9

    What a neat company! My husband and I love going out to eat Indian food but I must admit it is one of the few cuisines I haven’t tried to dabble in at home. It has always intimidated me for some reason… Perhaps the large number of spices and the recipes calling for particular blends. I love that this is created by someone who has worked in family restaurants and really knows what they’re doing! And I love that the emphasis is on clear, easy-to-follow recipes (for vegetarians, too)!

  9. 10
    Helen May says:

    We’ve been trying different foods and really enjoy it. It would be awesome to actually be able to cook some Indian foods too!

  10. 11

    I want to win because the book has a section of simple dishes to start with to really understand the spices and how they flavor the food.

  11. 12
    Linda Kish says:

    I have never seen a recipe that even tells you the suggested pan to use. They include the nutritional values per serving, too. That is so nice.
    I want to win because my son and DIL absolutely love Indian cuisine. I am slowly coming around but at my age, I am hard to change. They have a favorite local restaurant but they could use more recipes and the spices for their home cooking.

  12. 13

    Great prize offering to make some awesome dinners!

  13. 14

    I love that these products are gluten free! I love experimenting with new spices and cuisines

  14. 15
    Margaret J says:

    I’ve been a little confused about what Biryani is, so the recipe on the Kitchen Curry Master site helped me get a little clearer. I love the few Indian and Pakistani dishes I’ve had, but I have a hard time convincing my husband to take me to restaurants which serve them because he’s not familiar with the cuisine; I’d love to win the cooking set so I can make some of the dishes at home and, hopefully, get him ready for more South Asian dining out. Thank you for the giveaway!

  15. 16

    There are over 25 recipes in the cooking guide. I want to add new healthy recipes in my cooking. This set looks like a great place to start.

  16. 17

    I love to cook Indian foods, and curry in particular at home. Not sure if what I’m cooking is authentic, and I would love to win this set to honestly learn. I did learn that the spices are typically stored together and not separate like we do with jars. I wonder if that impacts the curry and creates a more robust flavor.

  17. 18

    i like the THE SPICE COLLECTION

  18. 19

    I adore curries and would like to do some more experimentation with them. I’d like to make it taste more authentic as well and I thought their site was a great resource. What a great prize, thanks for hosting.

  19. 20

    I learned that you can also purchase the spices separately on the site if you want. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  20. 21

    DH travels to India for work at least twice a year and has become a curry snob! I’d love to have the help both with the set and their knowledge available!

  21. 22

    I’ve never thought I can make the curry powder at home. Thanks for the info.

  22. 23

    They have videos to help learn to cook. I adore Indian food but would like to make more than yellow curry.

  23. 24

    What a great site. I make curries all of the time and am in real need of some more sophisticated ingredients like Garam (hot) Masala. I pinned one of their recipes from Neena’s blog too.

  24. 25

    Years ago on Good Eats Alton Brown showed the concept of a curry kit like this. It seemed like a good idea back then but I’ve never gotten the parts together. It makes total sense to sell a curry kit in a package deal like this! I would really like to win this because I enjoy exploring cuisines from other countries but I’ve not done much with curry dishes yet.

  25. 26
    Karen Beckett says:

    I learned that great Indian cuisine can be extremely hard to find. If you’re lucky you might find a decent restaurant but if you want to eat healthy and cook for yourself, it can be challenging to find the key ingredients. I have never tried Indian cusine so I would like to win so I could learn to cook it myself.

  26. 27

    I learned they have recipes on the site. I would love to win this for my best friend, who has a great interest in learning to cook Indian cuisine.

  27. 28
    Kathy Lausche says:

    I learned that great Indian cuisine can be extremely hard to find.
    I also learned that the most important thing about great Indian food is that it’s really easy.

  28. 29

    I learned that it’s not just a way to buy a wonderful product and learn how to use it, but people are encouraged to experiment and post what they have learned on their website. It’s a great way to learn how to create wonderful Indian food and share it with others. I’d so love to win this one! 🙂

  29. 30
    Sharon Kaminski says:

    I learned that you can buy the kitchen curry master set and that you can buy the individual refills. I would love to win because I love to make a curry dish with rice.

  30. 31

    I love the Simple Cooking Guide which gives you information on how to use the product. I would love to use this Curry Master Indian Cooking set to gift to our friend Rohit who is missing India now. He has been living in the US for 3 years and has been reminiscing over India.

  31. 32
    Dorothy Teel says:

    I love the simplicity of the recipes and I love the different curry recipes, I think I would try the potato curry first on my husband, only takes 30 minutes to cook and with cilantro, cumin turmeric, coriander and chili powder to taste, hubby would probably love it, thank you for sharing this recipe

  32. 33
    Sonja Samples says:

    This looks so amazing. I love having a variation of different spices and this kit has it. I like to add a little spice to my cooking so this would be perfect.

  33. 34
    Darlene Owen says:

    I learned that it has Everything you need to cook fresh, authentic Indian food at home. I would like it as I love to try cooking new things.

  34. 35

    I think that the refills are a great idea. I love seasoning food. it is so easy to add a lot of flavor without adding lots of fat/calories. This would be great to start cooking more Indian food.
    Thanks!
    MB

  35. 36
    Janet Woodling says:

    According to what I read Indian Cooking is easy. I would love to win this for my daughter, Kellie. Kellie is a home chef, tries new foods and experiments in the kitchen. She would be thrilled.

  36. 37

    Oh My Goodness… I can not tell you how much I LOVE Indian cuisine. I’m an addict. My daughter & I will literally screech our brakes & make a U-Turn right in the street if we pass by an Indian restaurant… I have tried to make it at home, with less than “authentic” results, but this Master Set looks right up my alley! Seeing that this is a real, down to earth Indian woman with her mom as inspiration lets me know that this is the real deal & it will produce excellent results! I’m sold.

  37. 38
    Debra Hall says:

    i have never tried Indian food but i hear its spicy which i love ,i did notice a group of spices that i would love to try it is Mixed Spices 5 oz: Cinnamon Sticks, Green Cardamom, Cloves, Star Anise & Peppercorns

  38. 39
    Teresa Null says:

    i have never had any place to buy any of the spices or prepared indian food. i have eaten it in past years while on vacation.w. i live in tennessee and there us not anywhere to get any of it.. i always loved everything i tried down to even their fried bread.. i think would be mean so much for me to be able to learn to cook this way and teach my grand children. i am excited just thinking about it being possible. thank you for having this awesome giveaway!

  39. 40
    Leslie Ross says:

    I love to cook and I LOVE indian food and love spicy too, I would just be in heaven if I could cook my own indian food at home with all the correct spices and techniques that are taught in the book.

  40. 41
    Joseph Stowell says:

    I love curries and Kitchen Curry Master brings together everything I would need to get started and become a curry master in my own kitchen.

  41. 42
    Angela Cash says:

    I LOVE cooking with curry – green is my favorite. I usually buy the paste and mix it with coconut milk and fresh basil. I imagine that it would be even more flavorful to prepare it with all of the spices in this kit. I learned that the traditional Spice Box keeps your spices fresh.

  42. 43

    Curry recipes uses a lot of spices!
    I would love to win this because i love curry and naan, I haven’t had either in quiet some time. I would to try to make a curry dish for myself and my family. I know my family will be hard to please because my parents do love heavily spicy food, but i think i can try to adjust so of the ingredients for them

  43. 44

    Their Lentil Curry recipe is fabulous…just enough heat and really complex flavors, plus it’s got half of your protein requirement and oh so yumful! I must try your tofu and Brussels sprout recipes too…I am so in the mood for a fried tofu sandwich! I’d actually love to win the set for my uncle who is a crazyamazing cook and can never have enough spice. I’ll definitely send him the post link too!
    Cheers!

  44. 45
    Diane Sallans says:

    I’ve been wanting to learn more about Indian food and different curries – this is a fabulous idea to bring together the prime ingredients – and then to have the recipes with videos is perfect!

  45. 46

    I learned that many of the recipes have been passed down the generations. I’ve had Indian food I didn’t care for, but London is also where we had amazing food at a couple of the local Indian restaurants. I’d love to learn to recreate those types of dishes at home!

  46. 47

    Being from India myself, it is always wonderful to discover new websites online that have more of what I am looking for – that is something new I learned today and also looking forward to visiting kitchen curry blog again

  47. 48
    ELIZABETH C. says:

    I lêarned that a classic curry and one of the most loved dishes and actually one of the easiest to make. I would love to win because my family enjoys everything about Indian food. They really enjoy it!

  48. 49
    Missie Freeman says:

    I learned that Neena has a blog and gives a “recipe of the week”. That’s nice because it keeps the site fresh. I would love to win this prize because I love curry and spices are just so darn expensive. It would be nice to get everything I needed in one fell swoop.

  49. 50
    Judy Gregory says:

    I lie their recipe section and step by step videos. I’d like to win because I have a Robert Rose Indian Cookbook but, have trouble finding many of the spices in this VERY rural area.

  50. 51
    Bailey Dexter Parr says:

    I love the master set! I would gift this to my daughter and son in law, they love Indian food and are always experimenting and enjoying! I learned of the blog which I will definitely pass on to them, I know they would love the recipes and want to try them all!

  51. 52

    I learned this: “My (founder) mother was born in a small village in Northern India called Malataj and grew up in East Africa before leaving for the UK. My dad was born in Uganda where he lived before moving to London in 1966.”
    I would like to win this because Indian food is my fav food in the world and I would love to try my hand at actually making it for myself rather than buying it!

  52. 53
    jessica edwards says:

    Love that they have the video! Also, the curry kit is great! Would love it!

  53. 54
    Jared Ruman says:

    I learned that curry is very healthy. I would love to win this to cook my girlfriend some delicious Indian food.

  54. 55

    I was intrigued by the “Crushed Vegetable Curry” recipe and learned that instead of actually crushing the vegetables, you use the food process. I’m a huge fan of my food processor and love using it for new recipes. I’d love to win this because my husband loves Indian food, and while my attempts have been tasty, I’m sure they haven’t been very authentic.

  55. 56
    Kathleen M Smith says:

    I would love to expand my curry making skills and experiment with the different spices to find what I prefer. I learned that authentic Indian food is hard to find and that it is easy to make if you have the right ingredients and know what to do with them. With The Kitchen Curry Master Complete Indian Cooking Set you have both.

  56. 57

    I love the cooking guide because it also tells you how long a recipe should take by giving you prep time and cooking time.

  57. 58

    Like that everything is natural

  58. 59

    Indian cooking is a great way to make veggies the star of every meal. The unique combination of spices is delicious and highly nutritious. The Kitchen Curry Master is a wonderful way to introduce a cook to Indian cooking, with a full array of traditional spices, the lovely presentation box, and step-by step, simple easy-to-prepare recipes. I also saw some great recipes and food prep ideas on Nena’s blog. I am inspired to make some of these dishes, like the cauliflower and peas curry, very soon!

  59. 60

    I learned they have a cooking guide on their site. I would love to win because I have never cooked with curry & would love some new recipes.

  60. 61

    The Kitchen Curry Master website is lovely. Indian food is one I have little experience with. As an anglophile, it’s about time I learn more about it. Winning this prize would be a cracking jump start.

  61. 62

    I would like to try the Spice Collection. I love to try new recipes and always look forward to good or new spices to use! This would be perfect for my family!

  62. 63
    saralynns2 says:

    I think this book and set would make an excellent wedding gift!

  63. 64
    saralynns2 says:

    I enjoy Indian food so much! If I could make it at home that would be amazing! Between the correct spices, a cookbook, and the video they have I might be able to master it!

  64. 65
    Robin Adams says:

    We love Indian food at our house. This would be so convenient to have. All the neccessary spices would be ready to go,organized and easily seen.

  65. 66

    I learned that the spices not only add a lot of flavor but are good for your health too!

  66. 67

    I learned that the spices not only add a lot of flavor but are good for your health too!

  67. 68

    I like the tins the spices are in because they are goof-proof and air-tight. I also like The Simple Cooking Guide which has gluten-free recipes.
    http://www.kitchencurrymaster.com/collections/frontpage/products/the-simple-cooking-guide

  68. 69

    I learned all the recipes on her website are gluten-free! I want to win this because I like Indian food but as far as cooking any myself I’ve been sticking to my tried-and-trude Chicken Tandoori recipe.

  69. 70

    I learned there are a lot of varieties of curry. We love Indian food and would love to be able to make it at home. Would be fun to experiment with this kit.

  70. 71
    Eugenia Hall says:

    I learned that there are way more regional styles of curry then I was aware of. I like this prize because while I enjoy eating Indian food I’ve never really attempted to cook more then the most basic curry flavored item and certainly never anything truly authentic. It would be great to have the spices and the recipes to go with them so I could try to learn how to cook at least a few dishes.

  71. 72
    joe gersch says:

    i learned Fenugreek Seeds have a distinctive cube-shape and amber color and are mainly used in cooking vegetarian dishes to counteract any bitterness and would like this because i like indian food

  72. 73

    I learned that Indian food can be prepared easily at home and would love to try the SWEET POTATO, CAULIFLOWER & EGGPLANT CURRY recipe.

  73. 74
    Cheryl Lund says:

    12 fresh spices from India All natural with no preservatives or artificial colorings is what I picked out from the website. I would like to win the prize pack because my children are learning to cook different types of food and what a lovely way for them to learn different culture of food. thanks for all you do.

  74. 75

    I could use The Simple Cooking Guide. I’ve always wanted to learn Indian cooking since my trip there 20 years ago.

  75. 76
    stephanie macdonald says:

    I absolutely love that these products are gluten free! Love trying new things.

  76. 77
    Heather Wilson says:

    I learned and love that the spices are free of artificial colors! I’d love to win because I’ve enjoyed the Indian foods I have tried, and would love to try cooking them myself.

  77. 78
    kelly mcgrew says:

    i learned that it is on sale for 59.99 instead of 79.99 and that it includes ovre 2lbs of spices!

    i would love to win this because curry is healthy, different, and delicious and with my new lifestyle of clean and healthy eating it is the perfect addition to my spice cabinet! i also need to learn more skills when it comes to making my own delicious curry!

    thanks!

  78. 79

    I learned that you can also purchase the spices separately on the site if you want.

  79. 80

    They have great tutorials on how to help you prepare your meals.

  80. 81
    Jacquelyn Neuffer says:

    I love that the products are gluten free. My son and I can not eat gluten, so, we are constantly looking for new ideas for side dishes.

  81. 82

    I learned that you can buy spice refills on the site as well. I want to win because Indian is my favorite cuisine. I have most of the spices that I need for cooking at home, but I have always wanted an actual curry set like this. Not only are they pretty, but they are stocked with all the spices I use regularly.

  82. 83

    I like to learn new ways of cooking so this would be great.

  83. 84

    winit

  84. 85
    Richard Hicks says:

    I learned they have a nice recipe section. The recipes have videos with them making it easy to cook them. I want to win this because I want to learn new Indian curry recipes

  85. 86

    I love curry and so does my son. He has been experimenting with cooking it himself and this set would be very helpful to him.

  86. 87
    Barbara Adams says:

    I love the spice s of curry, they have helped curb my sugar cravings. It is the cuisine I am focusing on in 2015

  87. 88

    It is good that they sell in one package 12 different Indian spices. Some of these are difficult to find in a regular market. I would love to win as I cook a lot of curries and adore Indian food.

  88. 89

    I like that there are no preservatives in their spices. I would love to try this as I am open to trying new flavors from all around the world. I actually had curry last week for sunday supper, would be nice to try this.

  89. 90

    I learned that they have a simple cooking guide filled with recipes which include vegetarian, meat and seafood. I want to win this because I love sharing unique food and recipes with family and friends. I also am experimenting with canning different foods. It would be fun to try canning using some of these spices. The people at our local cannery love new ideas and foods.

  90. 91

    i love how they have simplified indian cooking and given you everything you need to create some awesome dishes… i have always wanted to make authentic indian food!

  91. 92
    Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    I like the Master Set…. it would be awesome to cook indian food at home. I want to win so I can give this as a gift to my Sister.

  92. 93
    Dorothy Deakyne says:

    I would like to win this as I would love to learn how to cook with spices

  93. 94

    Thanks for the giveaway… Neena’s Blog features new curry recipes every week; would like to win because we are eager to use the Curry Master Spices to make the Lentil Curry !