Baharat simply means “spices” in Arabic. Baharat is the name given to a typical blend of aromatic spices used widely in the recipes of the Gulf States, and in Arabic and Iraqi cooking. Baharat usually contains hot spices, sweet spices, warm spices, and resinous herbs. It can be used to flavor lamb beef dishes, and tomato sauce.
This oil has a beautiful, fresh, green herb taste. Basil and olive oil are two important ingredients in Mediterranean cooking and it was obvious to us that the two fused would be wonderful! This delicious oil has the sweet flavor of fresh basil with a mild buttery olive oil in the background.
Tip: Drizzling onto your favorite pasta dishes will add a wonderful flavor component and enhance the taste of your sauces. To make a quick and easy Italian dressing, pair it with Oregano White Balsamic. This is also a fine combination when poured over fresh ripe tomatoes.
This seasoning is a delicious blend which can be sprinkled on all seafood. It also adds great flavor when added to french fries, fried chicken, hamburgers, sandwiches, casseroles, soups, pizza, dips and cheeses, and even Bloody Marys.
Ingredients: Sea salt, Celery Seed, Chili, Nutmeg, clove, Allspice, Mustard, Black Pepper, Thyme, Bay Leaves.
A rub is a spice and herb mixture that is spread over foods, especially meat and poultry, before slow cooking. They are often used in grilling and smoking because they stick to the meat during the process.
It is recommended that you work a generous amount into the meat up to 24 hours before cooking; cover and refrigerate the meat until ready to use. Apply a second coat just before grilling or smoking.
Ingredients: Paprika, Chili Cayenne, Black Pepper, Dark chili powder, Cumin, Brown sugar, salt.
This flavorful rub can be sprinkled on the next time you grill steaks, pork chops spareribs, or other meat of choice. Let the meat marinate for a little while beforehand and you’ll be amazed at how appetizing your meal will be!
This dark, syrupy, sweet, yet lightly acidic vinegar is the culmination of a centuries old Italian aging process. Natural black cherry juice is combined with aged balsamic in order to produce a sweet, fragrant and very rich vinegar.
Tip: Ideal for enhancing salads, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella cheese. Or use a few drops to finish roasted poultry, steaks and game, or to create the perfect reduction glaze for delicately flavored fish dishes. After dinner, drizzle it over your favorite fruit, cheese, or ice cream.
This fruity vinegar has a very traditional flare, similar to a traditional balsamic vinegar with a lighter sweeter flavor. Sweet, fruity currant flavor with a hint of licorice finish.
Tip: The sweet berry flavor of this balsamic is delicious on fruits, makes a great topping on Ice Cream and Gelato. This balsamic is also wonderful on mixed greens with walnuts, feta, orange wedges and red onion.
Cask-aged to perfection, this classic balsamic is heightened with vine-ripened blackberries and exotic ginger for subtle sweetness. Its sweet yet subtle character makes it rich & versatile.
Tip: Good with fruits, salads and marinades. Asian dimension makes this vinegar perfect for stir frying and reduction sauces. Delightful as a glaze on barbecued chicken or pork tenderloin in a saucepan with a splash of wine for a rich finishing sauce to accompany the dish.
Originally popular in the United States, Blackened Seasoning can be sprinkled on beef, chicken, or seafood and barbecue or grill for a delicious blackened Louisiana style flavor. Ingredients: Dark Chili, Garlic, Onion, Oregano, Basil, Thyme, Cumin, Salt, Black Pepper, Chili Cayenne, Paprika