|Dimensions||8 × 12 × 1.2 cm|
Black (also known as brown) mustard seeds are small, round seeds that come from the mustard plant. They have a pungent, spicy flavour and are often used in cooking and condiments. Brown mustard seeds can be used whole or ground, and are commonly used in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine, as well as in pickling and marinades. They are also a key ingredient in making mustard sauce. Overall, brown mustard seeds add depth and heat to various dishes and are a versatile ingredient in many cuisines.
This North Indian Korma, traditionally cooked with lamb and featuring cashews, is cooked with yoghurt, cream and/or coconut cream and is only a mild heat – for the whole family.
This 250g jar will cook with approximately 15kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 75 servings.
Download our FREE Ebook “Dinner Party Winter Warm Up” which includes this recipe and more.
30% of this sauce is made from the Guinness World Record Hottest Chilli in the World – the Carolina Reaper from the USA.
The Carolina Reaper (HP22B) chilli was ranked as the hottest chilli in the world, according to Guinness World Records in 2013. Then in early 2018, it was re-tested and re-classified at 1,641,183 – Wow, that’s HOT!
Reaper’s Harvest is well rounded with equally matched heat and flavour. The ingredients complement each other nicely and shine through the extreme heat of the Carolina Reapers. This is definitely a sauce for chilliheads who can handle the heat.
Hulled seeds from the Sesamum plant, these oval-shaped flat seeds are common in Western and Middle Eastern cuisine. The seeds have a high oil content which creates well-known tahini sauce which you’ll find in most kebab shops. The seeds also have a slight crunch and are used regularly in baking breads providing a delicate nutlike flavour.
Thyme Leaves are dried from the Thymus Vulgaris Shrub. The name “thyme” means “to fumigate” in Greek and most likely relates to the aroma that it generates from the burning of the herb in ancient Greek temples. Nowadays we commonly use thyme to flavour meats and marinades, its especially a common ingredient found in blended seasonings for lamb.
Dried figs make a delicious snack to enjoy with cheese, or can be incorporated with other fruit and nuts into Christmas cakes, puddings, bread, chutneys, jams and bakes. Dried figs have a concentrated sweetness and a chewy texture. A mild, untouched fig is an extraordinary food.
Great as a gift or just for yourself. Presented in a gift box, this pack includes one of each of the following:
Including three of our most popular medium curry masalas and a very special chutney, this selection gives you an authentic taste of India with curries authentic to their providences. Also use for adding flavour to soups, sausages, eggs and even basting vegetables giving meal times a spicy lift. Chutney makes the perfect addition to a great cheese platter.
Blended with Australian and imported Ingredients:
Onion, Cayenne, Paprika, Cumin Seed, Garlic, Mustard Seed, Sea Salt, Thyme, Pepper, Oregano
Great ways to use Cajun:
Join our newsletter and stay up to date with the latest from Flavour & Spice including events, recipes, new products and exclusive offers only available to our VIPs.*
So, how did it all begin? Contrary to what many people believe, buffalo wings don’t actually come from buffaloes. Instead, they are named after the city in
Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am – 3:00pm
Open some Sundays and Public Holidays
(call first to check)
410 Gold Coast Springbrook Rd
Mudgeeraba QLD 4213
FREE Shipping within Australia until Christmas
(orders over $95, excludes Bulks Spices)
$9.90 Flat Rate Shipping within Australia*
(excludes Bulk Spices)
*QLD, NSW, VIC, ACT, SA & NT only.
$19.99 in WA & TAS