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Pure Powdered Spices
For the extra aroma and taste in your food.
White Pepper Powder
White pepper powder is the perfect ingredient for creamy shrimp, soups, casseroles, and pies. Its understated flavour helps maintain the foundation of any dish while providing sufficient spice.
Turmeric powder has uses across a wide variety of dishes - from rice dishes, vegetable broths to soups. It is the foundation of most curries due to its deep yellow color, strong flavour, and gingery aroma.
Tamarind powder comes from the tamarind fruit which has a sweet, tart flavour. Its versatile taste makes it a necessity in all South Asian, Southeast Asian, and Mexican kitchens.
Nutmeg powder is used in an array of savoury and sweet dishes. This exotic spice gives out a great flavour when used in little quantities, and has a nutty, sweet taste with hints of clove.
Mustard powder is used with pasta, toasts, pickles, and in a variety of baked goods. It can also be liquefied to form a mustard paste which would have a similar, bitter-sweet taste coupled with a strong aroma.
Kashmiri Chilli Powder
Kashmiri chilli powder is used to give flavour and colour to any dish. Its mild taste, coupled with its rich colour, makes it the perfect ingredient to make any dish a feast for the eyes.
Hot Chilli Powder
Hot chilli powder is used in a wide variety of dishes across cuisines. Its high capsaicin content ensures that a little goes a long way, spicing up every plate with ease.
Fenugreek powder is used as an ingredient in meat rubs, spice blends, and vegetable curries. While it is bitter when raw, once cooked it gives out a beautiful, appetising aroma.
Ginger powder is used as an ingredient in stews, curries, and marinades. Its spicy, burning flavour guarantees an elevation in the taste and flavour of any dish.
Galangal powder is an essential ingredient in Southeast Asian cooking. It is slightly more peppery and citric than ginger.
With a light taste that adds a warm, anise-like fragrance to dishes, fennel powder is often used in salads, soups, risottos, and stews.
Cumin powder works well with a range of South American, European, and Indian dishes alike. Its strong, bitter-sweet taste can add a new depth to any dish.
Dry Mango (Amchur) Powder
Dry mango powder is used as a souring agent in braises, stews, soups, and vegetable dishes. Its sweet & sour flavour ensures that any dish, no matter how simple, is given an extra zing and taken to the next level.
Coriander powder can be used in pancake and waffle mixes to stews and gravies. Its sweet, lemony flavour is backed by floral undertones which makes for a refreshing experience.
Celery powder is an American kitchen favorite. It can be used to flavour Bloody Mary cocktails, salads, and fermented foods. It has a slightly bitter taste and a strong aroma.
Cinnamon powder is used in breads, pies, cookies, and desserts alike. It has a strong flavour that is warm and sweet.
Black Pepper Powder
Used in almost every cuisine around the world, black pepper powder adds flavour to salads, pastas, meats, and stir-fries. Its woody, sharp flavour delivers a powerful boost to any dish.
Cardamom powder is an essential ingredient in Swedish, Middle Eastern, and Arabic cuisines. Its menthol-like, citrusy taste gives any dish a fresh and rejuvenating twist.
Licorice Powder has a number of health benefits. It helps cure lung, liver and kidney diseases. It can be added to dishes on the table.
Garlic powder is a common additive in European and Asian dishes. It provides the flavour of garlic and gives food a longer shelf life.
A blend used in Asian dishes to spice up curries, season meats and give sauces a rich flavour.
A powder used in a variety of cuisines. It is used in Indian lentils along with cumin and turmeric to give a savory and umami flavor.
Star Anise Powder
A blend used in South Asian cooking to enhance the flavour of broths, soups and curries.
Mace powder mostly used in baking to give food a sweet and savoury taste, it can also be used in meat dishes as a finishing spice.
Nigella Seed Powder
Nigella powder have a number of health benefits, it can be toasted onto bread and added to curries for flavour, it can also be mixed with cereal, smoothies or honey.
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