This Mexican cocoa-based spice mix is easy to use for making that special mole sauce for Chicken. Key notes are chocolate, cumin, cloves, cinnamon, coriander and 6 types of chillies, from cascabels to new mex. Mild to medium hot.
Urfa Biber is a unique chile with a smoky, ‘raisin-like’ taste, mild heat with a lasting build. Traditionally used in meat dishes and yogurt sauces, but try it sprinkled on steamed vegetables for an added kick. Because of its fruity overtones, it is becoming popular in to use in sweet dishes in North America, in everything from hot chocolate to ice cream!
A French curry that is traditionally blended with onions and shallots before being added to dishes, but can be used on its own. Vadouvan is similar to a traditional yellow curry but blended with cloves and curry leaves giving it its unique flavor.
Next to saffron and cardamom, vanilla is the worlds next most expensive spice. Vanilla’s mellow fragrance enhances a variety of sweet dishes: puddings, cakes, custards, creams, soufflés and, of course, ice cream. Classic examples include crème caramel, peach Melba and apple Charlotte. Sold by the bean.
MEDICINAL: Believed to cure impotence.
We sell the Vanilla Bean by the strand.
Tahitian vanilla beans and real cane sugar are blended to create a sweet, rich flavor that is the perfect addition to hot tea, coffee, cookies and desserts, fruit and much more. Vanilla Bean Sugar has a delicate texture and full flavor which make it a beautiful and easy addition to a wide-range of dishes and recipes.
Bulk Uses: Coffee Bars - Dessert Toppings - Ice Cream Bars - Manufacturing - Sugar Bulk Bars - Baking - Drink Rimmer - Restaurants - Catering - Main Dishes - Salads
This is where the Fusion Sea Salt dream began! The delicious final product is a wonderful addition to gravy and sauces, and its rich, deep color makes it a visually stunning finishing salt. It also serves as further proof that many great ideas form over a glass of wine.
As one of the most prized crops from Japan, the pungent flavor of Wasabi lends itself to a great range of culinary uses.
MEDICINAL: Kills a number of different types of cancer cells, reduces the possibility of getting blood clots, encourages the bodies own defenses to discard cells that have started to mutate, and acts as an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agent against food poisons.
White Truffle Sea Salt brings the musky aroma of the Italian White Alba truffle to hand-harvested Atlantic grey sea salt. White truffles, from the countryside of northern Italy,are a rare and exceptional delicacy. This highly-prized ingredient is delicately blended with sea salt to bring rich, earthy flavor to your cooking. Use toseason and lend a gourmet touch to hors
d’oeuvres, risotto, cheese, salads, and vegetables.
Straight from wild blueberry fields and condensed into a deliciously sweet package, the taste of fresh, whole blueberries explodes in your mouth. The beautiful indigo color of blueberry sugar will make you want to use it on everything.
Sweet: Top a fresh berry tart with whipped cream and sprinkle with blueberry sugar.
Fresh: Toss with fresh spinach, walnuts and a vinaigrette for a fruity summer salad.
Savory: Sprinkle over grilled salmon with balsamic vinegar for a sweet demi-glaze.
Liquid: Rim a blueberry cosmopolitan or a virgin pina colada for a frosty treat.
Twist: Mix blueberry sugar into pancake batter for a sweet, blueberry addition.
Yakima Applewood Smoked Sea Salt is a flaky sea salt that utilizes sweet Applewood to fuel the fires that flavor this naturally smoked sea salt. Aged Applewood is one of the most popular of the fruit woods used in smoking, and creates a delicious, savory flavor. Yakima Smoked Sea Salt has a subtle fruit wood flavor that is mild enough to use with fish, shellfish, and poultry. Pork, sausage, ham, and bacon are also delicious when cooked or cured with this smoked salt.
ORIGIN: USA - Washington State Pacific Ocean
In Lebanon, a spice mixture called zahtar is a
popular condiment and used to season fried and
barbecued meats. It combines the nutty taste of
sesame with sumac and dried thyme. Similar
mixtures are reported from Syria and Jordan. Zahtar
is often mixed with olive oil and spread on pita bread.