By Pure Indian Foods

Indian Spice Tray (Spice Box or Spice Rack - also known as Masala Dani or Masala Dabba), Stainless Steel

Regular price $33.28
Regular price Sale price $33.28
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Country of Origin: India

This package has 7 spice containers (AKA katori), one box, one spoon and two lid, all made of stainless steel. This elegant spice box is perfect for storing spices used frequently. The beautiful stainless steel masala dabba is traditionally used to hold the most commonly used spices in an Indian kitchen.

Made with Stainless Steel. Spices not included.

Contains 10 pieces total: 
(1) Spice Box Bottom Tray
(1) Spice Box Top Lid
(1) Spice Box Inner Lid (knob may vary)
(7) Small Bowls (AKA katori)
(1) Spoon

Overall Dimensions: 7.5"D x 3"H 
Interior Bowl Dimensions: 2.25" W x 1.5" H


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Masala Dabba

What is an Indian Spice Box?

Also known as a Masala Dabba, an Indian Spice Box is an airtight tin containing 7 katori (small bowls) used to store and preserve spices in the typical Indian kitchen. Because they're not only functional, but pretty, their popularity around the world is growing exponentially.

Wendell Berry once said, "If a thing is ugly, we should ask why." Why do we make ugly things? If something is useful or practical, does it have to be ugly? Why can't it be beautiful too? Why store your spices haphazardly in ziploc bags from the grocery store or in the random containers you purchased them in? Not only is this not beautiful, it's not very practical either.

The Indian Spice Box keeps out moisture and damaging UV rays, ensuring that your spices stay fresh and keep their potency longer. In this way, it's a far more practical solution for how to store your spices. 

And, unlike most typical spice storage in the average home, it's also beautiful.

In short, it's the perfect gift for both a kitchen whiz and a culinary newbie. 

Hi! I'm Sandeep.

I travel to India, Asia, South America, and Europe to bring you back some of the most pristine, pure, organic clean ingredients in the world. All the products you'll find here at Pure Indian Foods are ones that me and my family use personally.

My family has been making ghee since 1889. Today, my wife, Nalini (aka "The Ghee Lady"), carries on this tradition. She still makes all the ghee and tightens every jar by hand.

We are passionate about bringing you traditional and nourishing foods. It's our labor of love and service to human-kind. Thank you for supporting our small family business.

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