|Dimensions||8 × 12 × 1.2 cm|
Hot paprika is simply paprika blended with other chillies like cayenne to add that fiery kick and peppery flavour to your dishes. Hot paprika goes well with just about any dish, including eggs, meat and seafood, adding towards the end of the cooking process retains better heat, flavour and colour.
Za’atar (pronounced ZAH-tahr) is a spice blend that can be used in a multitude of ways and many Middle Eastern dishes wouldn’t be complete without Za’atar, it helps bring out the flavour of foods and its a modern and appealing addition to most savoury dishes.
While there are many variations originally going back to medieval times, its the perfect amount of each ingredient that gives it the desired flavours. Our recipe includes sumac which brings a citrus taste, thyme a earthy and minty flavour and roasted sesame seeds for a nutty and sweet flavour for a overall tangy and toasty essence.
Sprinkle it over salad, eggs, hummus, labneh, baba ghanoush or mix with olive oil for a flavourful marinade. This classic blend, with the famous Kumari twist, is also a perfect rub for chicken, beef, lamb or fish and a seasoning for veggies, serve with crusty bread, dips (Mix with yoghurt for a quick dip or condiment).
Ingredients: Roasted white sesame seeds, sumac, thyme
Sambal is a sauce made from chilies, spices, herbs, and aromatics. It is a popular condiment in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Sambal has a complex flavour that is all at once earthy, spicy and hot.
Sambals can be eaten with almost anything – noodle dishes, grilled meats, fish, burgers, pizza or as a substitution for chilli sauce in your favourite chicken wings recipe. Anywhere you use chilli sauce or a spicy dip, replace it with sambal for an instant upgrade. With a basic sambal base, you can mix and match ingredients to create whatever flavours you like.
Sambal goes just as well with noodles such as Mee Goreng (fried noodles) or Nasi Goreng (fried rice). It can also be served with Roti Canai (Malaysian flat bread).
Dishes aren’t complete unless they’ve a hearty dollop of this versatile condiment.
This South Indian Fish curry originating from Goa makes a beautiful hot seafood curry and can be used for any kind of seafood, vegetables, lentils or meat if you choose.
WARNING: This is a pure spice mix, with a spicy HOT heat, so if you heap your tablespoon when cooking, the curry will be hot.
This 250g jar will cook with approximately 10kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 50 servings.
Star anise is commonly used as a spice in cooking and baking, often in Asian cuisine. It has a distinct licorice-like flavour and aroma and can be used in dishes such as soups, stews, and marinades. It is also used as a flavouring in some alcoholic beverages and can be used to make tea. Additionally, star anise has been used in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits.
This South Indian mild curry traditionally used for vegetables and cooked with coconut milk. This crowd pleasing curry is quite versatile and can be cooked with any kind of meat, seafood and vegetables. This curry is excellent for families as it is flavoursome but not hot.
This 1 kg jar will cook with approximately 40kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 200 servings.
Origin: Sri Lanka (Ceylon)
Verum cinnamon is used for its health benefits and subtle flavour, it MAY help regulate blood sugar levels by improving insulin sensitivity. It may also have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which could help protect against certain diseases such as cancer and heart disease. Additionally, verum cinnamon may have antimicrobial properties that make it effective against certain types of bacteria and fungi. Add a sprinkle to your morning granola or coffee.
What’s the difference between CASSIA and VERUM?
There are two types of cinnamon: Cassia cinnamon and Ceylon cinnamon, also known as true cinnamon. The main difference between the two is their flavour profile and where they come from.
Cassia cinnamon is the more commonly used variety and is native to China, also grown in Vietnam. It has a stronger, sweeter flavour and the the colour may be slightly darker. It is also cheaper and more readily available than Ceylon cinnamon. However, it contains higher levels of coumarin, which can be toxic in large amounts. So, take it easy on the cinnamon donuts 🙂
Ceylon cinnamon, on the other hand, is native to Sri Lanka and has a more delicate and subtle flavour and a more complex aroma. It is also more expensive and harder to find than cassia cinnamon.
Garlic granules are small pieces of dehydrated garlic that can be used as a seasoning in cooking. They are a convenient alternative to fresh garlic as they have a longer shelf life and can be used in recipes that require a milder garlic flavor. To use garlic granules, simply measure out the desired amount and add it to your recipe. They can be used in a variety of dishes, including soups, stews, marinades, and rubs for meats. It’s important to note that garlic granules are not a substitute for fresh garlic in all recipes, so be sure to read your recipe carefully before using them.
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