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The Ultimate Guide to Herbs and Spices in 7 Handy Charts

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The Ultimate Guide to Herbs and Spices in 7 Handy Charts

Want to master your spice cupboard or herb garden and not sure where to start? Let us help you unravel a new culinary world with these 7 simple lists of herbs and spices that will add depth, flavour, texture and colour to your food, as well as taking you on an exotic journey around the globe.

1) Popular Spice Blends From Around the World

You're probably familiar with the name and qualities of these nine well known blends of spices, but can you name the individual spices in each blend? For example, did you know that Garam Masala is made up of nine spices or that chili powder contains four? Test your knowledge and fill in the gaps by looking at the chart of 8 popular spice blends below.

2) 21 Herbs and Spices from Around the World

This great infographic links spices to their origin around the world. Have a look, there are quite a few surprises you might not have yet discovered.

3) How to use spices

These two charts are great reference guides detailing spices by cuisine as well as well as what ingredients you can successfully pair with each of them.

4) 10 Healing Herbs and Spices

Instead of reaching into the medical cabinet next time you're sick, what about looking into the herb garden? This infographic is a great source of information on 10 herbs from how to cook with them and which physical complaint they'll tackle.

5) How to Cook with Herbs

Looking to get a better understanding on the basics of herbs? This guide is a great starting place taking you through the ten herbs most commonly found in the kitchen and how to best use them.

6) 11 Cooking Herbs and How to Use them

This fun herb tutorial offers up a more basic way to get to know your herbs. Why not print it out and put it on the kitchen wall to inspire you to get creative with the herb garden.

7) Herbs in Cocktails

Herbs are a mixologists best friend too. Have a look at this chart and find out how to make 18 cocktails with just 6  fresh herbs.


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