Yield: Yields about 1 tsp.
Panch phoran (spellings vary) is a Bengali mixture of five whole-seed spices that’s used as a flavor base in many Indian recipes, such as kitchri. It’s usually cooked in a little oil until fragrant and the mustard seeds start to pop. You can find it in Indian markets, but it’s also easy to make yourself. The recipe below can be multiplied to make any amount.
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