Where Can I Find Indian Spices Online?

updated May 30, 2019
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Q: Where online can I purchase the true Indian spices that you mention in the slow-cooker recipes by Neela Paniz?

Sent by Bernie

Editor: In our series on Indian slow-cooker recipes, Neela Paniz suggests heading to online spice retailers if you can’t find some of the harder-to-find ingredients called for in her recipes. While items like curry powder, cumin seeds, and even cardamom seeds can be found in most well-stocked grocery stores, asafoetida, curry leaves, and green mango powder usually prove more difficult to find. If you don’t have access to a store with a larger selection of spices or a South Asian grocery store, check out these online sources:

  • The Spicy Gourmet: They specialize in organic and fair-trade South Asian spices sourced from Sri Lanka and India.
  • The Spice House: A Midwest-based spice company owned by members of the Penzey family.
  • My Spice Sage: Great for bulk orders or smaller orders when you just want to try something out.