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    Ajwain

    Ajwain is reputed to have originated from Egypt. Ajwain is also known as Carom seeds or Ethiopian cumin. They are very similar to thyme’s minty flavour, but are stronger and more intense, yet pleasant. A little Ajwain goes a long way—a teaspoon is enough for a large pot of food

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    Ajwain

    A little Ajwain goes a long way to adding a minty flavour to a large pot of food

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    Aniseeds

    The seeds can be ground fresh, or used whole to add a warm, licorice-like flavour to dishes.

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    Banku

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  • Baobab Fruit Powder

    The Baobab fruit powder is a nutrient rich powerful new super spice and Africa’s best kept secret.

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    Basil

    The most common use of basil is for cooking tomato sauces, pesto, or vinegars. Basil can also be sprinkled on salads, either whole or chopped.

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    Basil (2)

    The most common use of basil is for cooking tomato sauces, pesto, or vinegars. Basil can also be sprinkled on salads, either whole or chopped.

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    Bay Leaves

    Bay leaves’ complex tea-like aromas will begin to assert themselves when cooked in stews, sauces, meat, seafood and soups. They can be used in cooking rice dishes like West Africa’s famous jollof rice and India’s Biryani.

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    Bay Leaves (2)

    Bay leaves’ complex tea-like aromas will begin to assert themselves when cooked in stews, sauces, meat, seafood and soups. They can be used in cooking rice dishes like West Africa’s famous jollof rice and India’s Biryani.

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    Black Cardamom

    Black cardamom goes well with stews, curries, lentil and rice dishes.

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    Black Peppercorns

    Black pepper is the most pungent and flavourful of all types of peppers often added to both sweet and savoury dishes.

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    Black/Brown Mustard Seeds

    When used in Indian cookery, black mustard seeds are often tempered by being fried in hot oil until they pop, enhancing their nutty flavour.

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    Cake

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  • Caraway Seeds

    Most notably found in harissa, the hot chili paste used to flavour soups, couscous, stews and other recipes.


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