A spice pairing guide for creating delicious dishes for a healthier diet. Includes popular spices in international cuisine!
Every cook should be armed with his own stash of spices. Spices add flavor and excitement to dishes and when cleverly used, can bring out the best of flavors in the food. This hub details ten basic spices every cook should have on hand.
Making your own spice mixes is a quick and easy way to stock your home with your favorite spices without all of the extra ingredients you'll find at the store. I love either growing or buying my own fresh veggies and dehydrating them at home for fresh spices in my cupboard when I need them.
This homemade taco seasoning is easily made from common spices you already have in your kitchen. The recipe can also be easily adapted for spicy or non-spicy food lovers.
Does a shaker of cayenne pepper linger in your pantry? Cayenne—a fiery red spice feared by many…until now. With a bit of history and a few recipes I can help you warm up to cayenne.
Add protein to dishes with these 22 spices. From picky kids, to vegan friends and family adding protein is easy as can be.
Spicy chutney powders make a yummy side dish. You can make these powders, and they stay fresh for months. This roasted split chickpea and white lentil dry chutney is very tasty and aromatic.
Indian cuisine incorporates a variety of aromatic spices. The spices are used in abundance in Indian curries, bringing rich flavors to the meal.
Use spices you have on hand to make your own spice mixes. It's economical and easy using this handy reference guide featuring popular seasoning blend recipes.
Garlic chutney powder(dry chutney) is one of the best condiments you can think of. It is delicious as well as nutrient-rich. This spicy, pungent side dish enhances the tasty of your meal.
Caraway seeds have a flavorful and interesting taste. They're a great addition to oatmeal, bread, sauerkraut, potato salad, cheese spreads, and other foods.
Star anise is a delicious spice with a strong licorice taste. It's a wonderful flavor enhancer for both sweet and savory foods.
Green coriander dry chutney/chutney powder is a tasty condiment that enhances the taste of any meal in which it is used as a side dish. It is a hot, spicy, flavorful, and tongue-tickling condiment.
Paprika wasn't an exotic spice of the Far East. It originated in the New World, was introduced to Europe and then spread to Asia. More than a pretty garnish, it 's used in many dishes. Recipes here!
Use basic ingredients found in your pantry to up your popcorn's flavor game. Now you can enjoy a sweet and spicy barbecue popcorn while watching your favorite tv show or while at a house party.