Creating your own spice blends allows you to control exactly what goes into the mix. There is no need for the quantities of salt and additives that shop bought blends usually contain. Here you can tweak the recipe to your preferred tastes, it's a much cheaper method in the long run plus it's easy to do!
Middle Eastern Spice Blend
This is a less well known spice mix with a wonderful smoked sausage aroma. Perfect to add to a Lamb Tagine as well as adding depth of flavour to a vegetable curry or meat marinade. Adds a mild-medium heat to your meals.
Traditional Japanese Seven Spice Mix
Used in Japan to compliment the flavour of a variety of fish dishes. Ideal as a sprinkle on noodles. Perfect to coat Sushi Rolls and season Hand Rolls.
Extra Hot Seasoning
Ideal to add a different flavour and heat to Chilli Con Carne and curries. Stir into Ketchup to make a hot chilli sauce or add a little to Hummus or Guacamole instead of Cayenne Pepper.
Classic Blend from the West Indies
Use as the basis for a marinade. The combination of flavours suits chicken, turkey, prawn and pork. This dry spice mix can also be used to flavour roasted vegetables such as aubergine and sweet potato.
Traditional Indian BBQ Spice Mix
This seasoning is perfect to add to yoghurt to make a marinade for chicken, prawns and lamb. You can also simply sprinkle over meat and roasted vegetables.
A Mediterranean Marinade
This blend includes: parsley, thyme, nutmeg, cinnamon and garlic salt. It is a conbination of warming, refreshing ingredients which are perfect for grilled fish or mixed in with roasted vegetables.
Sweet, Smokey & Spicy
A delicious combo for great barbeque flavours. Made with cayenne pepper, black pepper, onion powder, garlic salt and coconut sugar - perfect for that ultimate BBQ flavour.
A Mix with a Kick!
If you like it hot, here is a recipe for you to try. Of course, you are making this yourself, so you can turn down the heat if you want to...
A warm and peppery mixture of spices which works great on chicken or fish. Made with white pepper, nutmeg, ginger and cloves.
A meaty savoury flavour
Coat red meats with this seasoning before barbecuing, pan frying or roasting. This blend is particularly tasty for veggie sausages!
Rich, aromatic Tagine Flavouring
This recipe has lavender flowers, aniseed and fennel to increase the depth of flavour. Perfect for curries, stews and other slow cook recipes.
Create dishes from the deep south
This American spice blend can be used to provide an authentic flavour to Gumbo (a Louisiana style soup), grilled or baked chicken and stews.
Classic British Spice for Sweets & Desserts
A must-have cupboard essential for cakes, bakes and crumbles. Try stirring through porridge or yoghurt for a more interesting start to the day.
A warming blend
This blend can be used in pumpkin pies, and can also be used to flavour coffee and hot chocolate. With cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves.
Festive baking blend
With the aroma of German gingerbread, this 7-spice mix sums up the flavours of Christmas and Winter. Add to breakfast smoothies, pancakes and of course your Christmas baking!