Build your reperoire of worldy inspired spices with this curated World Traveler Spice Collection. Quality ingredients and flaors can inspire greatness in the kithchen, so go ahead, be GREAT and discover the art of flavor!

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  • Spices

    Piri Piri: Meaning "pepper pepper" is derived from the African birds eye chili. Add a kick to chicken, vegetables, sauces, or grains such as rice or quinoa. 


    Chiniese 5 Spice: With hints of star anise, nutmeg, and cardamom, 5 spice is an impeccable blend of flavors. Use to season pork, duck, goose, sauces, and breads. 


    Ras El Hanout: Arabic for "head of the shop" or "top shelf," this blend of over 12 premium spices can be used to spruce up couscous, rice, fish and vegetables. 


    Egyptian Dukkah: Serve this nutty, roasted spice mixture as a dip with extra virgin olive oil and pita bread or throw a pinch into any meat, vegetable, or rice dish. 


    Indian Garam Marsala: Meaning "hot spice," this northern Indian blend is proprietary in each household. Add depth to chicken, vegetable dishes, or curry sauce.


    Jamacan Jerk: Jamaica's iconic seasoning is full of sweet and spicy flavors. Use as a dry rub or wet marinade on meets before grilling or mix with ground meat for tacos. 


    * Lebanese Za'atar: The depth from thyme and sesame seeds make this earthy blend a great addition to dressings, marinades, spreads, or steamed artichokes. 


    Kansas City BBQ Dry Rub: Fire up the grill! This dry rub adds a perfect blend of spice and sweet to pork ribs, chicken drumsticks, and even grilled potatoes and asparagus. 


    French Herbs De Provenve: An aromatic mixture of summer herbs grown in the south of France perfect for seasoning Mediterranean dishes such as roasted chicken. 


    Mexican Adobo: A peppy blend of chilies and spices excellent for rubbing or marinating chicken, pork, or beef and adding t0 enchilada and mole sauce. 


    Greek Tzatziki: Add this zesty dill and citrus seasoning straight to Greek yogurt with a splash of extra virgin olive oil to create a healty, tasty Tzatziki sauce.


    *Japanese Shichimi Togarashi: Dating back th 17th century Tokyo, Shichimi's blend of chili, citrus, and herbal flavors enhance soups, grilled meats, noodles, and rice. 


    * Contains Nuts and/or sesame seeds


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