Annatto seeds are often used to impart a yellow or orange color to foods, but sometimes also for its flavor and aroma. Its scent is described as "slightly peppery with a hint of nutmeg" and flavor as "slightly nutty, sweet and peppery".
It is an important ingredient of cochinita pibil, the spicy pork dish popular in Mexico and the drink tascalate from Chiapas, Mexico.
Commonly used in the Caribbean and Central American cuisine
Use with beans, grains, rice, chicken, fish, okra, plantains
Grind seeds or heat with oil and strain to make a cooking oil
Annatto seed is often used as a substitute for saffron's golden color at a fraction of the cost, but it does not duplicate that spice's unique flavor. Instead, annatto seed has a slightly bitter and peppery flavor with a hint of mint.
These roasted sesame seeds flavored with dried ume plum belong to the category of « furikake », traditional Japanese seasoning. Sesame with Ume plums will increase deliciousness to your salads, sushi rice rolls, seasonings or simply a bowl of rice. You can even just...
This fine-textured Garlic Powder imparts all the pungent, savory flavor of garlic in a convenient powdered form.
Creamy off-white in color
A flavorful addition to meat rubs, seasoning mixes, sauces, marinades, salad dressings and more
Naturally gluten free
Garam Masala is a traditional North Indian blend of hot and savory spices. We mix a blend of our premium ground spices including coriander, cumin, cinnamon and cloves to add rich, warming flavor to curries and stews. Spicy, pungent flavor ...
Asafoetida is known for its intense and unpleasant flavor when raw. However, when added in small quantities during cooking this spice adds a distinctive onion and garlic like flavor. This spice is used in pickling. It plays a critical flavoring...