This clever combination of spices allows you to add warmth to any autumn dessert.
The English coined the name allspice in the 1600s when they believed the actual plant to come from the combination of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
This clever blend of spices works great on beef, chicken, or lamb, providing an exciting burst of Mediterranean flavor.
Fajita seasoning provides a subtler combination than chili. All that means is that you have more options of meats, soups, salads, and whatever to work with.
Whether you actually intend to make chili, or simply want to add a little spice to any meat, this seasoning blend provides endless possibilities.
Use a tablespoon of this to a pound of beef, to create a perfect Italian flavor. You can also sprinkle it on pizza, into pasta sauces, or over a hamburger to change things up a bit.
Homemade Cajun Seasoning blends zesty, spicy, savory flavors that kick any dish up a delicious notch.