If your spice rack is well-stocked, you likely have all of the ingredients you need to make your own seasonings.
You can even mix up big batches of it and store it pre-mixed in an air-tight container.
Five-spice powder is a seasoning blend of ground spices, appearing as a dry brown powder. In Chinese cuisine, it is most often used to flavor braised or roasted meat, fish, and poultry dishes, and may be included in marinades and rubs.
Masala is a spice blend widely used in Indian cuisine, from curries and lentil dishes to soups and desserts. Whole spices of cinnamon, peppercorns, cloves, ginger, cardamon pods are toasted in a pan to release their aromatic flavors, then ground to a powder.
This warm combination of autumn spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, and cloves can be used in dishes both savory and sweet.
This all-purpose coffee rub is our all-time favorite dry rub that we use on everything. It’s earthy, flavourful, and great to use on anything you want to quickly cook up on the grill.
Make your own authentic Thai Red Curry Paste at home from scratch! With just a few minutes of prep time, you will have countless options for Thai Red Curry dishes any day of the week! Yields 1 cup.