Middle Eastern Spice Blends (Baharat) _ Left to Right, Top to Bottom: Bay Leaves, Whole Black Peppercorns, Ground Red Pepper (Cayenne), Dried Ginger, Dried Ground Coriander, Whole Cloves, Cinnamon Sticks, Dried Limes, Saffron, Whole Green Cardamom Pods, Dried Ground Cumin, and Whole Nutmeg.
All you need to know about the Spices used in Indian Cuisine _ Indian cuisine is characterized by the extensive use of numerous spices. Spices or Masala may be called the “heartbeat” of an Indian kitchen. By extensive use of spices I do not mean that spices are used to make the food fiery hot. The spices are used to flavor the food, making each dish distinct and wonderfully aromatic. Each spice by itself imparts a very unique flavor, but when used together with other spices,
Syrian Spice Mix _ Basic to many cuisines of the Middle East. Common ingredients include black pepper, allspice, paprika, sumac, cinnamon, nutmeg, cassia bark, coriander, cumin, and cardamom. Syrians use the aromatic blend to flavor stews (it is as good with chicken as it is with lamb) and ground meat mixtures. This is our version | SAVEUR
Spice Up Fall Cooking_ By Megan Myers, October 7, 2012 I used to be one of those people who thought that cooking healthy food was all about bland, boiled dishes. But that’s not so! By using spices and herbs instead of added sodium, extracted oils and refined sweeteners, healthy recipes can indeed be delicious.