RUB Seasoning with Coffee & Garlic – South Africa
Trader Joe’s BBQ Rub and Seasoning is a delicious blend of coffee, garlic and paprika with brown sugar and sea salt for balance. For the best flavor, generously coat steaks or any cut of meat or poultry an hour or longer before cooking.
Ajika Georgian Seasoning Blend – Georgia
Spicy, earthy and alluringly aromatic, Ajika is a traditional seasoning blend from the country of Georgia used to add pepper, garlic and savory notes to dishes. Sprinkle generously over steaks, stews, roasts, or grilled vegetables for an extra kick of hearty, satisfying spice.
Za’atar Seasoning Blend
You hold in your hand, a Middle eastern inspired seasoning blend. It’s aromatic, versatile and about to become your favorite. Sprinkle over hummus or greek yogurt. Drizzle pita bread with olive oil and top with Za’atar. It’s lovely over meat, fish, vegetables and potatoes.
Use Trader Joe’s Organic Ground Cinnamon in cakes, cookies, pies and pudding. Cinnamon is wonderful in Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine.
Garlic is one of the most versatile culinary seasoning and has an infinite variety of uses in the kitchen. Use Trader Joe’s California Garlic Powder whenever your recipe calls for garlic. 1/2 Teaspoon equals one average size clove. The Central Valley and Northern regions of California produce some of the most flavorful garlic in the world. Trader Joe’s California Garlic Powder contains volatile oils which produce the pungent aroma and distinctive flavor that garlic is known for throughout the world.
Trader Joe’s Chile Lime Seasoning is the classic sprinkle for fresh jicama, mango and pineapple and is a delicious enhancement to grilled meats.
Crushed Red Peppers are hot and should be used with discretion. Their hot and spicy flavor enhances a variety of dishes. Add to pizzas, soups or sauces. Also tastes great on fish, poultry or meats.
Trader Joe’s Cayenne Pepper has a penetrating, strong flavor with lots of heat. Just a dash will add flavor and vibrancy to any savory dish. Add Trader Joe’s Cayenne Pepper to soups, stews, egg dishes, Mexican and Asian entrees, homemade guacamole – anywhere an extra kick of heat is welcome!
We think this spice blend really punches up a tasty vinaigrette. Even better, we like it on top of burgers before they’re cooked. Some folks cannot even think of eating an omelet without this seasoning close at hand. It’s hard to believe that this much flavor comes from a salt-free blend.
Sprinkle, sprinkle this container and a basic corn cob takes a turn to incredible. A roasted corn cop, a little butter, a little mayo, sprinkle, sprinkle… Elote! It’s also great on other vegetables or meat. A sprinkle here, sprinkle there, just sprinkle, sprinkle everywhere!
Turmeric has been used for thousands of years. It imparts an earthy, mildly peppery flavor to foods and lends an orange-gold color to dishes – more Turmeric equals more color! Trader Joe’s Organic Ground Turmeric can be combined with ingredients like almond milk, cinnamon, honey, and ginger to make tea.
Umami, the Japanese word for “savory taste”, is one of the five basic tastes, along with sweet, sour, bitter and salty. Use a sprinkle of Mushroom & Co to add a boost of savory flavor to just about any dish.
We’ve packed almost all of the alliums into this jar for you to sprinkle over eggs or stir into sour cream to make a delicious dip.
Consider this blend an homage to the Mojo sauce discovered in Cuban restaurants around the United States. Use this like a rub on proteins or vegetables for grilling, cooking on the skillet, or roasting. Anywhere you want a pop of flavor.
Grown in California, Trader Joe’s Basil is flavorful and aromatic. It complements tomato dishes, sauces, salad dressings and shellfish.
Sprinkle this on whatever you’d like, to make you feel like you are eating an Everything Bagel….or be bold and sprinkle on a plain bagel with cream cheese!
Use Trader Joe’s Organic Cumin in chili, creamy salad dressings, enchilada and taco fillings, potato and egg salads and chowders. It’s also a flavorful accent in stews and marinades for fish, meat and poultry.
This little shaker delivers big flavor with its comforting combination of warm and savory spices. For delicious, full flavor add to soups, salads, broths, vegetables or wherever you’d like a little something extra.
Bringing depth and adding richness are what Trader Joe’s Bay Leaves do best. They flaunt pungent aroma, a sharp, bitter bite, and famously encourage other flavors to mingle. Use Bay Leaves to season soups, stews or sauces. Add them to pickling liquids or marinades for meat or fish. Boil them in water before cooking seafood. They are even great for flavoring custard. Bay Leaves are most often used whole (commonly in a bouquet garni). The flavor is slowly absorbed from the oils of the leaves during cooking. Prior to serving, always remember to remove the leaves.
Oregano is a word that comes from the Greek and means “mountain brightness” or “mountain Joy”. It is a staple spice in Italian, Spanish, Mexican and Greek cooking. Use on meats, fish, poultry and in sauces. Sprinkle on fresh steamed vegetables.
Trader Joe’s Thyme is an essential herb in French cuisine. It is a natural partner with wine, onions and garlic. Use Trader Joe’s Thyme with tomatoes, rice, cheese and potatoes. Thyme highlights the flavor of breads, beef dishes, stocks and sauces.
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