Amchoor powder is a souring agent used in Indian and Southeast Asian cuisine, adding tangy, citrusy notes to chutneys, curries, and marinades. It is a natural meat tenderizer.



Amchoor powder, also known as mango powder, is a spice made from dried unripe mangoes that have been crushed into a fine powder. It is commonly used in Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi cuisine as a souring agent, similar to tamarind or lemon juice.

Here are some common uses of amchoor powder:

  1. Flavoring: Has a tangy, sour flavor that is used to add a sour note to a variety of dishes, including chutneys, curries, and marinades. It is often used in dishes that require a sour taste without adding extra liquid.
  2. Tenderizing: Believed to have natural tenderizing properties, making it a popular ingredient in meat marinades.
  3. Digestive aid: In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, Amchoor powder is believed to aid digestion and improve gut health. It is also said to stimulate the appetite.
  4. Antioxidant: Mangoes are known to be a good source of antioxidants, and Amchoor powder is no exception. It contains high levels of vitamin C, which can help to boost the immune system and protect the body against oxidative stress.
  5. Vegan cooking: A popular ingredient in vegan cooking, as it can be used to add a sour flavor to dishes without using dairy or meat-based ingredients.

When using Amchoor powder in cooking, it is important to start with a small amount and adjust to taste, as it can be quite potent. It is also important to store it in an airtight container in a cool, dry place to prevent moisture from affecting the quality of the powder.

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