Use: in cookies mixed with cinnamon, in stews, simmered meats, marinades, sauerkraut. Origin: Nepal. Price: 12.00 / 100g
Use: for meat dishes, soups, vegetable purées, béchamel sauce, gratins and certain cocktails. Origin: Nepal Price: 9.50.- /100g.
Replaces fresh bell pepper without its bitterness. For goulash, stews, chicken, white meats, starters and salads. Price: 8.50/100g
With its pleasant, lemon-like fragrance, this lemongrass will flavour your sauces, soups, court-bouillons and white meats. It also flavors fish and shellfish, and is delicious on fruit salads, ice creams and custards. Origin: Madagascar Price: 8.50/100g.
Also known as lemon-grass, it can be used in Asian cuisine, marinades, fish, seafood, poultry and for making sorbets. Use: blends with ginger, coconut, garlic, shallots and chillies for fish and meat marinades. Also makes a thirst-quenching herbal tea. Origin: Thailand Price: 12.00/100g.
Use: fish, marinades, pâtés, stews, jams and pastries, etc. Also flavors salads and fresh cheeses. A few seeds in herbal tea for a digestive effect. Price: 8.00/100g.
Use: Pastries, gingerbread, herbal teas, soups, sauces, game and salads. Excellent as an infusion for its digestive and stimulating qualities. Price: 8.00/100g.
Uses: pork, chicken, duck, leeks, pumpkin, soups, rice, digestive herbal tea. Price: 10.00/100g.
Widely used in Indian, North African and Middle Eastern cuisine. A slightly bitter spice, it is often used to flavor vegetable dishes and marinades. Roasted in fat, it acquires a slightly sweet taste reminiscent of walnuts. The seeds can also be soaked for a dozen hours in water. Origin: Nepal. Price: 5.00/100g.
Use whole or ground in marinades, vinaigrettes and condiments. Also for grilled meats, sauces, rouille and Indian cuisine. Origin: Nepal. Price: 7.00/100g.
for pasta, sauces, salads, stews, hors d'oeuvres and pizza. Price: 8.50/100g.
Use: meats in sauce, salads, mulled wines and herbal teas. Gives personality to fougasse, polenta, eggplant and potatoes. A digestive herbal tea, it is also excellent for sore throats. Price: 12.00/100g.
This delicate, coloring turmeric is the ideal spice for coloring and flavoring curry dishes, rice and vegetable recipes. Origin: Nepal. Price: 8.00/100g.
Use: mulled wines, cooked pear and apple recipes, marinades, fruit salads, cakes, compotes, jams, rice, etc. Origin: Madagascar. Price: 12.00/100g.
Use: like nutmeg. With its scent of vanilla and almond, tonka bean goes well with desserts, crème brûlée, compotes, mashed potatoes, etc. Price: 18.00/100g.
Mace is the husk that surrounds nutmeg. With a more intense and refined fragrance, it is used in the same way. Flavors fish, poultry and veal dishes, as well as pasta dishes. Delicious in stews, egg dishes, sauces and purées. Origin: Indonesia. Price: 16.00/100g.
Use: pastries, infusions, white meats, fish. Origin: Madagascar. Price: 20.00/100g.
A wonderfully aromatic spice, it enhances rice dishes, curries and desserts. Also used in bouquets garnis, gingerbread and apple jellies. Origin: Guatemala. Price: 16.00/100g.
Use: bouquet garni, gingerbread, pastries, apple jelly, game and red meat dishes. To take full advantage of its flavor, it's best to grind the seeds just before use. For a stronger, smokier aroma, grind them with the bark. Origin: Nepal. Price: 16.00/100g.
Fruity spice with an acidic yet delicate taste. Use: Middle Eastern cuisine, red meat kebabs, marinades, salads, seafood and fish, stuffings, rice and vegetables, etc. Origin: Iran. Price: 12.00/100g.