Herbs
Kampot Long Pepper 100g
Kampot Long Pepper, “Piper retrofactum”, is a flowering vine in the family of peppers, originated from Java, Indonesia. The first reference to long pepper comes from ancient Indian textbooks of Ayurveda, where its medicinal and dietary uses are described in detail. It reached Greece in the sixth or fifth century BCE, though Hippocrates discussed it as a medicament rather than a spice. Among the Greeks and Romans and prior to the European rediscovery of the American Continents, long pepper was an important and well-known spice. The fruit is harvested when fully ripe, and then dried. Used as spice or seasoning, it develops a complex flavor of strong heat and musk, tempered by sweet notes of nutmeg, cinnamon and cardamom. Freshly grind or grate long pepper on salads and sweet dishes to preserve its flavor. Its garam masala-like flavor pairs well with meat marinades or cut in pieces to spice-up any slow-cooking dishes
£5.10
Sage - Dried - Grade A Premium Quality 50g - 1kg
Sage - dried herb Native to the Mediterranean, sage is a member of the mint family and can be found happily growing in many gardens in Britain. Sage leaves are a popular poultry and meat seasoning. They can be used both fresh and dried, even fried. Sage also makes a nice tea. The botanical name Salvia is from the Latin for "to save or to heal," as in the word "salvation." The Arabs associated sage with immortality. The praise for sage is not unfounded: It is often used as an herbal remedy for afflictions including gas, bloating, poor appetite and excessive sweating.
£2.30
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Parsley (English) 100g - 500g
Matches well with: chicken, eggplant, eggs, fish, game, lentils, mushrooms, mussels, pasta, peas, potatoes, poultry, rice, seafood, tomatoes, zucchini, lemon A great deal of the best European cooking is unthinkable without parsley. It is always included in a bouquet garni, and, finally chopped, it forms the basis of a fines herbs mixture. The good cook uses it frequently so that one comes almost to associate the presence of chopped parsley as a sign that the food has been prepared with care and feeling. One of the great uses of parsley is in the form of what the French what in France is known as a persillade. This is a sauce or seasoning mixture of extra finely chopped parsley (usually with shallots) added toward the end of cooking. It adds not only to the appearance but also the taste of the dish
£2.30
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Rosehip Herb 100g
Rosehip Is A Light Fruity Tea. It Is Said To Contain High Levels Of Anti Oxidants.; . Additional Dietry Information - Dairy Free, Gluton Free, Raw, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free, Sugar Free, Nut Free, Egg Free, Celery Free, Lupin Free, Milk Free, Mustard Free, Sesame Seed Free, Soy Bean Free, Sulphur Dioxide Free, Maize Free, Citric Acid Free, Crustacean Free, Mollusc Free, Fish Free, Peanut Free, No Added Sugar.
£2.49
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Rosemary 100g - 500g
Rosemary - dried herb Rosemary, Rosmarinus officinalis, is from the Lamiaceae family (mint family) and is closely related to basil, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, mint, oregano, sage, savory and thyme. Rosemary is native to the Mediterranean region. Due to its strong aroma, it is often used in small amounts. Rosemary has .5% to 2.5% volatile oil content, primarily 1,8 cineol (which is responsible for it's cool eucalyptus aroma), α-pinene, camphor, borneol and bornyl acetate. Rosemary is also called ikleel aljabal (Arabic), mi tieh hsiang (Mandarin), rosmarin (French), rosmarein (German), rusmary (Hindi), rosmarino (Italian), mannenro (Japanese), alecrim (Portuguese), rozmarin (Russian) and romero or rosmario (Spanish).
£2.30
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Herbs De Provence 50g
£1.10
Camomile Flowers 50g
£2.95
Dried Chervil 100g
£4.41
Tomato Powder 100g
Fine Dried Tomato Powder Rich tasting powdered tomato. For convenient cooking; sauces, pastes & soups. contains no added salt, no added sugar, no preservatives, no colours and no flavour enhancers. A generous sized bag. This tomato powder has a rich tomato flavour. It is a convenient ingredient that can be added to liquid to make stocks, pastes and puree. Tomato powder can be used for soup making, stews, curries, bolognese, chilli con carne, burgers/sausages and bread mixes. This is an excellent alternative to tomato puree and has a less acidic flavour to some puree brands. Directions Tomato powder is a incredibly versatile ingredient, and can be used in place of tomato puree in most recipes. It is excellent for adding at a late stage, to thicken sauces and curries. For curries, fry the onions, garlic and other ingredients, then any meats/vegetables and spices. Add hot water, then thicken using the tomato powder. After this stage, the curry will only need cooking for a few more minutes. Serve with rice. Tomato powder makes an excellent spaghetti bolognese: fry the onions, garlic and mince, then add herbs to season. Add water, thicken using the tomato powder, simmer for a few minutes then serve with pasta.
£2.45
Bay Leaf Ground 100g
£1.50
Mixed Herb Blend 100g
Goes Best with An aromatic herb blend with floral notes. This is our traditional herb mixture for use in tomato based sauces, casseroles or sprinkle on your roast vegetables. What's in Our Blend Thyme, Marjoram, English Parsley, Sage, Savoury, Oregano This Chilli Wizards quality herb seasoning contains a blend of seven different herbs from all over the world predominantly the Mediterranean area.
£1.59
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Fenugreek Powder 100g
£1.69
Kasuri Methi Leaves 1 kg
£9.95