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Best known as the key ingredient in pesto sauces, Basil is most often used in Italian dishes and tomato-based sauces as well. Sprinkle it over a salad or sauteed vegetables. Use it to infuse vinegar and olive oil for a unique flavor.
Bay leaves are one of the oldest known culinary spices, with roots in Mediterranean cooking. In addition to enhancing main dishes such as fish, poultry and chili, it adds a unique flavor twist to desserts like custard and breads.
Cayenne pepper adds serious heat and zip to any dish, so use it sparingly! No authentic gumbo or jambalaya recipe omits this essential spice. If you're feeling daring, mix a dash into a chocolate dessert recipe for a surprising twist.
This centuries-old spice blend is traditionally used in Chinese cuisine, and adds a complex and savory blend to seafood, poultry and soups. Includes cinnamon, cloves, Anise, fennel and Szechuan peppercorn.
Add a mild hint of onion to sauces and side dish with Chives. Most famously sprinkled with sour cream on baked potatoes, Chives offer plenty of other flavoring options. Mix it into sauces and dips, or sprinkle over eggs or steamed veggies for a no-cal flavor boost.
Possibly the most powerful and popular of all spices, Cinnamon has roots as far back as ancient Rome. Along with traditional roles as flavoring for apple pie, tea, muffins and cakes, cinnamon adds a unique signature to other foods as well, including fruit, meats and chocolate sweets.
Cinnamon sticks are ideal for use in recipes with a liquid element, such as mulled wines, stews and curries. It's also ideal for slow-cooking recipes as the cinnamon flavor is released over a longer period of time than powdered cinnamon.
Curry is most famously known as "the" spice in Indian cuisine. There is no one type of curry: all curries are a mixture of other spices, such as turmeric, cumin and garlic among others. Meats, seafood, eggs, sauces, soups, dips, rice and even desserts can be enhanced with curry.
Garlic needs no introduction. Skip the hassle of peeling and chopping fresh garlic with the convenience of garlic powder. It's fast and easy to add a hint or more of garlic to main dishes, sauces, soups, mashed potatoes, bread and even popcorn.
Ginger is a powerful and potent spice used in many cultures for cooking. Use the sweet and hot combination of this unique spice to add zest to everything from sauces to rice and fruit. Try adding ground ginger to your salad dressing recipe for some added zing!
Few spices are as widely recognized as Mustard. Use it to add a tangy finish to sauces, dressings, egg salad, potato salad and more. It's a colorful and key ingredient in homemade salad dressing, marinades and dipping sauces too.
Save time and effort with this all-in-one seasoning. It adds the perfect touch of balanced flavors to Italian sauces, soups and entrees. Sprinkle it on pizza, garlic bread and salads to add a dimension of taste and visual appeal.
Onion Powder needs no introduction. Skip the hassle of peeling and chopping fresh onion with the convenience of onion powder. It's fast and easy to add a hint or more of onion to main dishes, sauces, soups, mashed potatoes, bread and even chips or popcorn.
Everywhere you use salt you can use onion salt. It adds just the right amount of flavor on top of the saltiness you crave. Try it on corn on the cob, steamed veggies, meat and seafood rubs, even Bloody Marys. Cheers!
Oregano is the quintessential Italian spice. It imparts a fresh, slightly citrus-y flavor to any dish. Sprinkle it on pizza or garlic bread, or add a pinch to your olive oil for a nice taste touch. You can stir it into sautéed veggies for a healthy alternative to salt.
Black pepper can be used in any application. It brings out the mouth-watering savoriness in beef and tomatoes, and can add mild heat in dressings and soup. Historically it has been used as a cure-all medicine.
Cumin has an aromatic and slightly bitter flavor that adds a distinct touch to roasted vegetables, hearty stews, bean stock and Latin American dishes. Try adding it to your fall and winter recipes, and for a distinct summer dish, add some to your homemade guacamole recipe.
Colorful and flavorful Paprika makes a great visual and tasty addition to many dishes. Try it as a garnish on deviled eggs and salads. Paprika is sourced from ground peppers, resulting in flavor experiences ranging from the sweetness of bell peppers to the spiciness of chili peppers.
Parsley in normally relegated to the side of the plate as a garnish. Pity, since its's mildly sweet flavor is perfect for livening up otherwise bland dishes like rice and potatoes. Use it to add color and flavor to meat rubs and soups
These "pizza peppers" can be found at every pizza joint worth its...pepper. Use them anywhere you want to add fiery flavor to a dish. Try them in meatloaf recipes, in soups, sauces, on pasta, eggs and in meat rubs.
Rosemary has a history as colorful as its name. In the middle ages it was thought to ward off evil spirits, and even today is considered a symbol of love and friendship. Rosemary is a popular addition to lamb, beef and poultry dishes. Use it to punch up sauces and dressings too.
Star Anise adds a licorice aroma and flavor to traditional Chinese, Vietnamese and Indian dishes, and is a key ingredient in Chinese Five Spice Powder. Use it to add complexity and body to everything from roasts, stews and soups to drinks and desserts
Turmeric might be the most versatile spice in your kitchen. It adds color and flavor to cooking in many cultures. Perhaps its most famous supporting role is in curry. In addition to adding color to your recipes, it adds a nice touch of flavor to raw and steamed vegetables.