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Masala Peti /Spice Box/Masala Dabba/Spice Box 9 containers

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Stainless Steel Spice Box commonly know as Masala Dabba, Masala Box or Masala Peti is one of the common and must have thing found in every Kitchen (Especially in Indian kitchen). It helps organizing the kitchen and keep all the most frequently used spices accessible. You don't have to go through multiple bottles / boxes anymore as Masala Box helps you addressing that and keep your kitchen clean and organized.

The Restaurant kitchens are no different but even bigger and use more spices and have much bigger requirement. Here we are excited to bring solution to have all the spices accessible at one go and keep your kitchen clean and more organized.

This also helps you plan for catering or onsite cooking - as you have to take only one box - where all your spices are stored. It also helps you to see what's empty and need refill vs looking at 8 or 10 boxes (depends on # of spices you use).
This is one of the customer wrote : "I love my masala dabba. Not only is it simple and practical, it's also visually stimulating. Shiny and bright, I can't help but smile each time I look at it and see the vibrant spices it holds. I also love its rich tradition.

In India, Masala dabbas are traditionally passed down from mother to daughter when the daughter marries and begins a new life in her husbands' home. This is done so that she enters her new home with everything she needs to prepare well-flavored and aromatic meals for her new family. I find the sentiment endearing as it shows you don't always need expensive equipment to cook wonderful meals for the ones you love.

The spices that are held in a masala dabba vary as it depends on the cook. Its really a matter of personal taste. In India, if you travel around the country you will notice regional variations in foods, spices held in a masala dabba, and even the number of dabbas found in each home."