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Saffron Extract

Saffron Extract is an easy way to get the most out of this precious and expensive spice. Since it can take from 10-15 minutes for saffron threads to infuse into hot water, making an extract beforehand is both a time-saver and helps to distribute the flavor better.

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Panch Pooran Potatoes

This authentic East Indian recipe uses Panch Pooran, a classic blend of five savory spices. The whole seeds pop during cooking, releasing a delicious aroma and adding great flavor and texture to an otherwise simple dish.

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Mango Mukwas Yogurt Sauce

A fragrant, sweet Indian yogurt dip or sauce (raita). Traditionally, raitas are used as a mild sauce or side dish to mellow down spicy dishes, and to improve digestion. “Mukwas” is the traditional after-dinner breath-freshening mix, and makes a special addition to this raita.

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Tomato-Cucumber Salad with Chaat Masala

Here is a tasty, simple salad that becomes instantly exotic and unique with Chaat Masala, a zesty, little-known spice mix from India.

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Tourtière à la Spice Station

Spice Station's Tourtiere Blend

Tourtiere Spice Blend, a holiday delight.

Tourtière is the classic holiday meat pie of Canada’s Québécois people.

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Spicy Pork Wrap With Creamy Coleslaw

A savory dish you can prepare as an appetizer or make a meal.

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Spicy Pork Stir Fry with Green Beans

Delicious, with just the right amount of spice.

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Citrus Steak Marinade

Adds a tangy flavor to beef!

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