Western Spice | Cinnamon Powder Onion Powder Garlic Powder Ginger Powder Oregano Powder Paprika Powder Cajun Powder
[Net Weight]: 50g
Discover how to use cinnamon powder to make your recipes come alive with incredible taste. For sweet recipes, meats, curries, soups and stews and more. This powder is a bakers delight, generating an aroma, especially in cakes, that is out of this World. And a sophsticated subtle taste to match, with none of overtly spicy flavor of Cassia Cinnamon.
You can use onion powder in any recipe that calls for fresh onion. One tablespoon of onion powder is equal to a half cup of chopped fresh onion. It’s easy! Sprinkle the onion powder over the surface of the dish and stir. Onion powder is an essential seasoning for ground meat for burgers, meatloaf, chili, skillet suppers and more. We like to add a teaspoon per pound of ground beef, but feel free to experiment!
Garlic powder is dried garlic that has been finely diced. It should not be confused with garlic salt, which is a combination of garlic powder and table salt. Other cooks like the taste, but find that it is different than fresh garlic, not as sharp and somewhat sweeter. Cooks who are out of fresh garlic can substitute the powdered form, although the taste may be slightly different.
Ground ginger, also known as ginger powder, is a spice commonly associated with wintry baked goods, like gingerbread. Its sweet, floral, slightly peppery flavor pairs so well with other warming spices, like nutmeg, clove, and cinnamon, but it can do so much more than it’s known for.
Whether sprinkled over a slice of pizza, worked into a flavorsome marinade, or stirred into a brothy soup, there’s no denying that oregano instantly improves any savory creation.
Paprika is a universal seasoning and a ubiquitous item in the spice cabinet. It is made of a combination of dried peppers from the Capsicum annum family, which include both sweet and hot peppers. This striking, crimson-red colored powder is very versatile; it is used to season dishes, garnish foods, and add color to a recipe. It can even be used to dye eggs and fabric.
Cajun seasoning is meant to have a little kick and t's the perfect thing with which to liven up some chicken, shrimp, or tofu and veggies. Want to sprinkle some into your fried rice? Go for it. It's beyond simple to make, requiring a simple stir of spices you most likely already have sitting in the cupboard.