Fenugreek – Recipe Recommendation

Lamb Chops In Fenugreek Cream Curry | Foodess

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via foodess.com for you to try with our organic Fenugreek Ground.

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We were delighted to discover and recommend this version of the popular Marinated Lamb Popsicles, the famous and signature dish of Vij’s restaurant in Vancouver. The recipe – Lamb Chops In Fenugreek Cream Curry – is adapted by fellow Canadian, Jenn from Foodess. The recipe incorporates ground fenugreek, paprika, cayenne pepper, and turmeric…the amazing spices that we recently featured this month. Try them all here in this ultra delectable dish. Click on image for Jenn’s recipe!

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Fenugreek – Recipe Recommendation

Mushroom Masala and Fenugreek | CookRepublic

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via cookrepublic.com  for you to try with our organic Fenugreek Ground.

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Popular as a spice and herb, fenugreek is highly regarded for its nutritional and medicinal properties.  When combined with other spices in food, it adds a unique yet subtle bitter-sweetness and spiciness.  We’re pleased to recommend this oh-so-delicious mushroom masala recipe that uses fenugreek, from Sneh, author of the Cook Republic blog and the book, Tasty Express.  Click on image for Sneh’s recipe!

Image and recipe from cookrepublic.com

Product of the Week — Steak & Grill Seasoning

This blend is great on steak as well as baked potatoes—in fact, just about any thing that is grilled with benefit from this blend. This seasoning is not unlike the traditional Montreal Steak Spice.

Ingredients: Bell Pepper (Red), Caraway Seed, Coriander, Dill Seed, Garlic, Mustard, Orange Peel, Paprika, Pepper Black, Roasted Garlic, Sea Salt, Vegetable Oil

Garam Masala – Did you know?

Garam Masala – Did you know?

Tourism Tattler (PTY) LTD​ has an interesting article about the history of Garam Masala. The Hindi garam – meaning “hot” – and masala – meaning “mixture” – is a blend of fragrant spices. Garam does not refer to the spiciness of the blend, but instead to the intensity of the spices and the warming properties in raising the metabolism.

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‬The History Of Garam Masala | Tourism Tattler
Spices used in garam masala recipes vary from region to region. Personal taste also plays a huge part in how it is made. The most common ingredients include white and black peppercorns, malibar…
TOURISMTATTLER.COM

Product of the Week — Garam Masala

Product of the Week — Garam Masala

Garam Masala is a blend of ground spices common in North Indian and South Asian cuisines. It is used alone or with other seasonings. The word garam refers to the intensity of the spices. You can add this to mayo for your deviled eggs or sandwiches, sprinkle it in your coffee to spice it up, or maybe a bit on your popcorn with butter. It is great in traditional chili, stuffed potatoes, vegetables, or even in your baking.

Ingredients Bay Leaf, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Clove, Coriander, Cumin, Nutmeg, Black pepper
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Chinese Five Spice – Recipe Recommendation

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Cupcakes | Gormandize

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via gormandizewithus.blogspot.com.au for you to try with our organic Chinese Five Spice “Salt Free

Chinese Five Spice Chocolate Cupcakes from Gormandizewithuse.bogspot.com.au

Although Chinese Five Spice is mainly used for savoury dishes, it can work wonders for some desserts. For instance, it can add some bit a zing to chocolate cupcakes, as demonstrated by this vegan-inspired recipe from the Gormandize blog. Click on image to link to recipe.

Image and recipe from gormandizewithus.blogspot.com.au

Chinese Five Spice – Recipe Recommendation

Chinese Five Spice Pork Belly | TheEatingTree

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via TheEatingTree.com for you to try with our organic Chinese Five Spice “Salt Free

Chinese Five Spice Pork Belly from TheEatingTree.com

Chinese Five Spice goes well with pork, but particularly with pork belly by giving it a range of taste dimensions from sweet, salty, sour to spicy.  We discovered this easy, no-fuss recipe for baked Chinese Five Spice Pork Belly from Lindsey of The Eating Tree blog.  The result is an aromatic pork belly that is tender on the inside, crispy on the outside and delicious all around! Click on image to link to recipe.

Image and recipe from TheEatingTree.com

BBQ Rub – Recipe Recommendation

Big Green Egg Shrimp Goat Cheese ABT | TheBBQBuddha

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via theBBQBuddha.com for you to try using our organic BBQ Rub Seasoning.

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ABT’s (Atomic Buffalo Turds) are always a big summer BBQ favourite!  The BBQ Buddha blog takes the classic recipe to another level with their shrimp and goat cheese version, including jalapeño, bacon and finished with BBQ rub.  ICYDK, the Big Green Egg is a ceramic charcoal barbecue cooker.  Click on the image to link to recipe.

Image and recipe from thebbqbuddha.com