Product Catalogue

Product Category: Spices
Product Price

Ajwan Seed 60g

Ajwan is a close relative to parsley and cumin. It has a slightly harsh, strong flavour, much like thyme. Use sparingly in curries, pickles and chutneys. It is crushed lightly to increase flavour. 

$$3.00 AUD

Aleppo Pepper 40g

Aleppo pepper is also known as pul bieber, it is a middle eastern chilli flake that has a mild to medium heat, it has been rubbed in oil and salt

$$3.50 AUD

Alfalfa Seed 100g

Alfalfa seeds are predominantly used for growing Alfalfa sprouts.

$$3.00 AUD

Allspice Ground 60g

Allspice is also known as Pimento. It is the ground berry of a dried unripe fruit of an evergreen tree native to Jamaica. Ground Allspice is used in many spice blends as a flavouring for cakes, desserts and vegetables.

$$3.00 AUD

Allspice Whole 50g

Allspice also known as pimento,is the dried unripe fruit of an evergreen tree native to Jamaica. Whole allspice berries are used as an ingredient of pickling spice and in chicken and veal casseroles.

$$3.00 AUD

Amok Curry Powder

Cambodian [Khmer] curry powder, medium heat

$$4.50 AUD

Anardana Ground 70g

Anardana is also known as pomegranate. Can be used as a souring agent similiar to Tamarind.

$$3.00 AUD

Anardana Seed 70g

Anardana is also known as Pomegranate. Anardana can be soaked in water like tamarind and used as a souring agent.

$$3.00 AUD

Aniseed Ground 50g

See Aniseed Whole for spice description.

$$3.00 AUD

Aniseed Myrtle

has a subtle sweet liquorice flavour, great for fish, seafood, steamed rice, tea, biscuits and makin ice cream, traditionally used for weightloss, lactation and stomach complaints!

$$4.00 AUD

Aniseed Whole 50g

Also known as anise, aniseed has a distinct licorice and fennel flavour. Originating from the Middle East, aniseed is one of the most delicate of herb plants. Often used in Indian vegetable and seafood dishes. Its mild licorice flavour compliments biscuits and cakes.

$$3.00 AUD

Annatto Paste (Achiote) 100g

The paste is often used in Mexican cooking. It disssolves in hot fat. Easy to use, achiote can also be added to sauces and marinades to improve colour.

$$4.50 AUD

Annatto Seed 50g

Annatto seeds are from a small evergreen tree native to the Caribbean, Mexico, Central and South America. A natural colour, E1606, is made from annotto. It has no adverse effects, and has become widely popular in food manuffacturing as an alternative to artificial vcolours. Its primary use is as a colouring in fish, rice and vegetable dishes. The chinese use annatto to colour roast and preserved meats such as roast pork. To colour seafood, rice and vegetable dishes, make an infusion of 1/2 tsp. of annatto seeds to 2 tbsp. of water and simmer slightly for a few minutes. To colour curries or brush onto meats, simply add 1/2 tsp. annatto seeds to 2 tbsp. olive oil and heat for a few minutes, making sure you don't burn the seeds. Allow to cool and drain the oil from the seeds and store in an airtight jar for up to12 months.

$$3.50 AUD

Asafoetida 50g

Asafoetida is the resinous gum extracted from one of the few varieties of giant fennel, it has quite a pungent smell. Slightly sulphorous, acrid, and like fermemted garlic, yet has a lingering sweetness similiar to pineapple. Asafoetida is good in lentil dishes and it enhances fish and vegetable curries.

$$3.00 AUD

Baharat - 60g

Baharat is the name given to a blend of spices used mainly in Arabic and Iraqi cooking. An exotic spice blend that is not hot, but is very aromatic. Baharat brings out the flavours of the Middle East! Use in tagines, curries, soups, fish. Especially nice with lamb.

$$4.00 AUD

Basil Seed 50g

Basil seeds are used in Asian desserts. The jelly like texture of basil seeds are traditionally used in sweets and drinks.

$$3.00 AUD

Beetroot Powder 50g

Beetroot powder has a slightly sweet taste. Used mainly for its colour.

$$5.50 AUD

Berbere 60g

Berbere is a hot, yet fragrant spice blend from Ethiopia. It can be used as a dry spice mix, or as a paste. Berbere is traditionally used on baked fish and other meats, and can be used in stews and casseroles. Berbere is pronounced ber – beray.

$$3.50 AUD

Biryani Powder 70g

An aromatic blend of spices used to make biryani rice dishes.

$$3.50 AUD

Bush Tomatoes 25g

Tangy native spice.

$$6.50 AUD