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…spice has been around for over 2,000 years. Turmeric is considered a major spice in India, China and the Middle East. As with most members of the ginger family Turmeric has a warm feel and flavor. It is a key ingredient in Indian, Persian and Thai curries and can be easily substituted for annatto…
…your stew. Enjoy bay leaf’s flavor by using our ground bay leaf. One of the most popular uses of the bay leaf is as a seasoning for seafood. By combining several different spices like dry mustard, paprika, all spice, ginger, ground cardamom, andcinnamon you can create a dry rub for seafood…
…including the staple spices like nutmeg and cinnamon. Make cupcakes breads and even used to flavor beer. Pumpkin Pie Spice Pumpkin Powder is the other ingredient needed for Pumpkin Ale Usage: Use in your favorite pumpkin pie recipe. Ingredients: Ground Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Allspice, Cloves, Ginger.
Best known as Thai ginger. Indian and Thai curries make primary use of galangal. Use ground galangal with other spices such as cumin, coriander and Thai chiles. Usage: Galangal is used primarily as a seasoning. Popular in Thai Cooking. Ingredients: Galangal cut/sifted
Ah, ginger. Ginger Ground is the way to go for quick and easy ginger flavor in your dinners and desserts. Ginger has a long history, and its spicy flavor and rich, warm aroma make it one of the world’s most popular spices. Some might just think ginger snaps when they hear the word, or the…
…properties. Try in small amounts for treating stomach ulcers, cough, sore throat and infections. Sprinkle licorice intoLemon Ice Tea or mix it with Ground Ginger to create a tea that aids digestion and immunity. Party guests will appreciate your original, licorice rock candies and licorice-flavored…
…powder over toast, cookies, or other snacks sneaks veggies into your kids’ meals! Or, make a wonderful carrot ginger soup. Add any blended root vegetables, ground ginger and Carrot Powder to your soup base and you’ve got a great soup to warm you on snowy days. Usage: Add desired amount…
…This is a spicy hot blend with a unique flavor. Use in traditional Ethiopian stews and in coatings for foods to be fried. Great rubbbed on chicken. Ingredients: Ground Red Pepper, Paprika, Ground Ginger, Garlic, Ground Fenugreek, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Ground Cloves, Ground Allspice, Spices
…up your sinuses with a bright, almost floral quality. Add just a touch of Horseradish Powder to sauces for any main dish or combine it with ground ginger, and a little sour cream or plain yogurt for a great sauce for fish. Usage: 1 1/2 parts water with 1 part horseradish powder for great horseradish…
…buffet ever again! Usage: Use this blend on your chicken dishes for a great Chinese flavor. Add to vegetables and stir fry dishes. Ingredients: Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Ground Ginger, Soy Sauce Powder, Medium Hot Mustard Flour, Sesame Seeds, Orange Peel Granules, Ground Chinese Star Anise.
…salt), Non-GMO Corn Starch, Roasted Potato Flour, Onion Powder, Caramel Color, Guar Gum, Unflavored Beef Gelatin, Garlic Powder, Non-GMO Expeller Pressed Canola Oil, Celery Powder, Tomato Powder (with silicon dioxide), White Pepper, Ginger, Ground Mustard, Lactic Acid.Contains: Soy, Wheat.
This pepper comes from the ginger family and was used widely in the 1800’s because of its exotic taste and use in West African cooking. Today it is once again being considered a wonderful black pepper replacement due to carrying a similar peppery taste and being much easier on the digestive…
If you love chai tea, then you already love cardamom. It is a member of the ginger family. Enjoy several forms including whole decorticated, cardamom seeds ground, or cardamom pods green. Its sweet and spicy aroma adds a delicious taste to cakes, cookies, curries, and in mouth-watering Indian…
…It’s the “top of the shop” spice mixture- don’t miss out! Usage: Use it to flavor couscous, vegetables and meat casseroles Ingredients: Allspice, Cumin, Black Peppercorns, Ground Cardamom, Cayenne Pepper, Ground Cinnamon, Ground Cloves, Lavender, Ground Cardamom, Ground Co...
…honey mustard marinade, fennel seeds, crushed red pepper, and freshly ground black pepper. Alternatively, try marinating your pork chops and topping it with a sweet and spicy honey glaze abounding the pungent flavors of ginger, cinnamon, and cloves. You’ll bring a little slice of holiday spice…