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Juniper berries are used as a spice in cooking, particularly in European cuisine. They have a piney, citrusy flavor and are often used to flavor meat dishes, stews, and marinades. They can also be used in gin production to provide the drink with its distinctive flavor. Additionally, juniper berries have been used for medicinal purposes, including as a diuretic and to aid digestion. They have a strong flavour so not normally eaten on their own.
Habanero chilli is a popular type of chilli that is known for its intense heat and unique flavour. It is native to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico but has since spread to other parts of the world, where it has gained popularity among chefs and food enthusiasts alike.
One of the reasons that habanero chilli has become so popular is its heat. It is one of the hottest chillies in the world, with a Scoville rating of up to 350,000 units. This intense heat can add a spicy kick to a variety of dishes, making them more exciting and flavourful.
Another reason for its popularity is its unique flavour. Habanero chilli has a fruity, almost citrusy taste that sets it apart from other chillies. This flavour can add depth and complexity to dishes, making them more interesting and enjoyable.
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Citric acid is a weak organic acid that is naturally found in citrus fruits like lemons, limes, and oranges. It is commonly used as a food additive to enhance the flavour, texture, and shelf life of various foods and drinks, such as soft drinks, sweets, and canned fruits. Citric acid is also used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries for its acidic and antioxidant properties.
This South Indian curry originates from Goa and is delicious cooked with coconut cream.
Traditionally cooked with lamb but also excellent with beef and chicken and accompanied with vegetable or potatoes.
WARNING: This is a pure spice mix, with a spicy medium heat, so if you heap your tablespoon when cooking, the curry will be hot.
This 250g jar will cook with approximately 7kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 35 servings.
Kaffir lime leaves are commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine to add a citrusy and floral flavour to dishes. They are often added to soups, curries, stir-fries, and marinades. The leaves can be used whole, torn, or chopped, and are usually removed before serving. In addition to their flavour, kaffir lime leaves are believed to have medicinal properties and are used in traditional medicine for various purposes.
Originating from North Africa, this blend translates to “top of shop”. Its a complex medley of fragrant spices to ideally mix in with chickpea dishes, couscous or rice. Also, makes a wonderful rub for meat and vegetables.
Ingredients: cinnamon, turmeric, peppercorn, nutmeg, cardamom, cloves
Blended in Australia from local and imported spices.
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A pepita is harvested from specific hull-less pumpkin varieties, known as Styrian or Oil Seed pumpkins. They even have hip names like Lady Godiva, Naked Bear, and Kakai Hulless Pumpkin. Any other variety of pumpkin produces a hulled seed that’s slightly fibrous and less tender.
Pepitas de calabazza is a Spanish word that literally means ‘little seeds of squash’. These are little green seeds that date back at least some thousand years. They’re commonly used in Mexican dishes and are also eaten as a healthy snack after they’re roasted. Over the years, they’ve become widely available across the globe and can be found in all the seasons. Pepitas taste quite like sunflower seeds as they have a light, nutty flavor. Their crunchy texture makes them a perfect addition to salads and granola.
Origin: Blended from imported ingredients
Ingredients: salt, dehydrated vegetable, spices, pepper, herbs, flavour enhancer E365, canola (not blended by Flavour and Spice)
Moroccan spice blend is a versatile spice mixture used in Moroccan cuisine. It typically includes a combination of cinnamon, cumin, coriander, ginger, paprika, turmeric, and other spices. It can be used to add flavour to meats, vegetables, stews, soups, rice, and couscous dishes. It can also be used as a rub for meat or fish, or as a seasoning for roasted vegetables. Additionally, it can be used to add flavour to dressings, marinades, and dips.
This sauce is ultra hot with sweet undertones that come from the Congo Black chilli, also known as Chocolate Habanero.
It’s fantastic as an everyday sauce with a strong, punchy heat.
The Congo Black chilli is from the Island of Trinidad in the Caribbean and is the hottest and largest of the Habanero family. It packs a punch and is far spicier than regular Habanero chillies, coming in at 475,000 Scoville Heat Units.
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