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A southern German classic with strong flavour and versatility: marinate strips or schnitzel of turkey or chicken in 1 part spice to 3 parts oil. Dab the same blend generously onto whole chicken, only in the last 30 minutes of...
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Full of gentle tummy-calming herbs and spices, Eva’s yummy blend freshens up the day with its minty, lemon tang. Liquorice root is a well known digestive aid; calendula petal soothes the stomach; lemongrass and hibiscus detoxify the system; and spearmint...
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Ideal as a marinade for whole fish or fillets, mix spice 1:3 with oil and coat fish. Tip: when coating whole fish, cut slits into the flesh and push the marinade into the gaps for a deeper, penetrating flavour. To...
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Known as mulled wine in English, Glühwein is winter magic in a glass! It warms hands and souls during Germany's cold winter months. Simply heat 1 bottle of red wine with 60g of sugar and 2 teaspoons of Glühwein spice,...
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The marriage of French, Canadian, and Creole cooking with Spanish and African influences fulfil the aromas of this spice blend. Louisiana is home to exciting foods such as gumbos and jambalayas, blackened fish and grilled meats, all full of rustic...
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The Mayans began mixing cocoa with ground chilli and spices as early as 460AD, realising the fantastic taste and health benefits of this combination. Add 1.5 tsp spice & equal parts sugar to a mug of hot milk to make...
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With a mild heat yet a spicy flavour, this blend is well suited for grilled chicken and steak, tagines and sauces. Mix with butter and honey and use to flavour soups and stews where it is especially good with legumes....
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With a base of caffeine-free Rooibos tea, our Sleepy Slumber blend is best taken before bedtime to bring on calm and relaxation. Caraway, valerian and passion flower aid in settling the nerves and arresting sleeplessness; aniseed and fennel calm the...
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Za'atar is a nutty, herby Middle Eastern spice blend generally eaten by dipping unleavened bread in olive oil and the spice. It is also made into a paste and baked onto breads. Extremely popular throughout the Arab world, Za'atar is...
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