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Masala Balachaung is a fusion of dried ingredients

Jul 7 • Masala Ghor • 418 Views • 2 Comments on Masala Balachaung is a fusion of dried ingredients

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Balachaung is mainly a Burmese dish but recently got popularity in Bangladesh.

This dish is very popular, especially in Chittagong.

Balachaung is a must-have in every Burmese household. They practically eat it with everything one can think of our noodles, our soups, fried rice.

It is a spicy dish with a lot of dry chillies, with a heat of your preferred chillies which you like most.

With a great heart of red chillies, Masala Ghor made a fusion of dried ingredients using processed shrimps and a lot of special spices. And it makes this dish popular as Masala Balachaung in the local market.

This dish is not only for the shrimp lover but also for the spice lover.
Masala Balachaung is mainly a dried pickle mostly used to increase the taste of your regular food items.

You can use these to top curries, as a side to rice. You can also use this cooking ingredient to enhance the taste of Mixed Dal, Fried Rice, Khichuri, Noodles, Halim, Murighonto, Vegetable, and many items.

To get authentic Thai food flavour, Masala Balachaung would be a great cooking ingredient for you.

Made with freshly processed shrimps and best spices, it brings you the great taste in a convenient local packaging form which is designed to protect and preserve the excellent taste.

That is why, Masala Ghor is brought a great fusion on this food item, which is beyond the regular taste of the Balachaw available at the super shop.

Now, this unique food item is being marketed by the Masala Ghor in association with Cha Ghor.

Masala Ghor is a source of quality spice and cooking ingredients.

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2 Responses to Masala Balachaung is a fusion of dried ingredients

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