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Garam Masala

Garam Masala

  Studying The ‘History of Spices’, you will probably find out that one of the most famous names in spice mixtures, the Garam Masala can be translated as a ‘heating mixture’. Unlike, for an example, the Jamaican curry powder (where the accent is on the […]

Homemade Old Bay Seasoning

Homemade Old Bay Seasoning

   ‘Old bay’ seasoning was created in Maryland for local restaurants which served freshly caught crabs. Generously seasoned with salt and spices these crabs compelled the visitors to order more beer. My homemade seasoning is much milder with no added salt, which I rely like […]

Creole Seasoning

Creole Seasoning

   Creole seasoning has been my favorite for a long time. I often use it when cooking beef, pork, chicken, or seafood. The dish with the Creole seasoning always turns delicious, full of flavor and rich in taste. Rice and vegetables seasoned with this wonderful […]

Piri Piri (Peri Peri). African seasoning with Portuguese Roots

Piri Piri (Peri Peri). African seasoning with Portuguese Roots

   African hot chili ‘bird’s eye’, spicy African sauce and African seasoning – they all have the same name ‘piri piri’. The recipe of piri piri – a wonderful African mixture with Portuguese roots, deserves a separate post – it is so good and important […]

Jamaican Curry Seasoning

Jamaican Curry Seasoning

  Jamaican cuisine is a fusion of different cultures and cuisines from many countries. Elements of Spanish, British, Indian, African, and Chinese culinary art could be recognized in Jamaican recipes. Besides the famous rum, traditional Jamaican dishes include goat curry, rice and peas or beans, […]