Essential in every kitchen! Cinnamon is the bark of the cinnamon tree. It is peeled, dried and used as a spice.
Ingredients: Cinnamon Sticks (Cinnamomum zeylanicum) from organic farming.
Origin: Sri Lanka
Christmas without gingerbread is like soup without salt. And wherever there is gingerbread there are cinnamon and cloves. Their spicy notes also refine cakes, fruit bread or winter sorbets and cookies. 5-8 grams per kilogram of flour are the perfect amount for a delicious flavour. Get baking!
Ingredients: Cassia cinnamon, anise, cloves, coriander and...
Hand picked and sun dried Black Malabar pepper from India. With its intensively fruity, full-bodied taste and its pleasantly warm spice, it is perfect with grilled meat and fish and in sauces and stews.
Country of origin: India. Packaged in Germany.
Delicious certified organic herb and seasoning blend. Whether steaks, roasts, steaks, chops or chicken - with this seasoning blend every meat dish tastes delicious! No added aromas or flavor enhancers. Even meatless dishes, sauces and side dishes can be refined in an instant. Lactose free.
Ingredients: sea salt, paprika*, pepper*, onion*, garlic*,...
This unique composition of dried tomatoes and different spices is an enjoyment for the palate, with which a tasty, always fresh, vegetable spread is easily made. Bruscetta tastes also excellently in the tomato sauce, with spaghetti, on the pizza, in salad dressings and with lasagna. Whether pure or mixed with olive oil or cream.
Pure, Egyptian Organic Black Cumin Seeds (Nigella sativa) serve as a tasty spice for salads, vegetables, meat and poultry dishes. They also develop their unusual aroma when used as a bread spice, such as for Turkish flatbread. Can also be prepared as tea - pour boiling water over 1 tablespoon per cup, infuse to taste and enjoy with milk, cream or honey....
Bon nutritional yeast flakes provide excellent flavour to dishes, is high in whole protein and natural fibre, and rich in zinc and B-complex vitamins, including vitamin B12.
Ingredients: inactivated dry yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae).
Saffron, the world's most expensive spice, is derived from the dried stigma of the flower of the saffron crocus. Perfect with sauces, meat, rice.
How to use: add the contents of the packet at half cooking. 1 envelope is enough for 2-3 saffron risotto portions.
Made in Italy.