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Garlic and Onion

Onion and garlic are kitchen essentials. Shop our wide selection including customer-favorite, shallot-forward seasoning Capitol Hill, black garlic salt, roasted garlic, minced garlic, and dried minced onion.
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    Black Garlic Ramen

    Try to ramen calm. Black Garlic Ramen is our spin on a Japanese favorite. Aromatic spices combine to create a savory ramen broth. This satisfying, ...

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    Black Garlic Bulbs

    Our domestically grown black garlic bulbs are sustainably sourced. This black garlic is aged using a month-long, proprietary process that includes ...

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  • Black Garlic Salt

    Black Garlic Salt, one of our most popular seasoning salts, is rich, savory, and infused with bold black garlic flavor. This intensely flavored bla...

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  • Capitol Hill Seasoning
    Capitol Hill Seasoning

    Capitol Hill Seasoning

    Capitol Hill Seasoning is a Savory Spice classic seasoning & longtime best-selling spice mix with our customers. This all-in-one seasoning ble...

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  • Roasted Granulated Garlic

    Roasted Granulated Garlic powder will enhance & add great flavor to most of your favorite homecooked meals. Our garlic roasting process adds in...

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  • Onion & Garlic Tableside Sprinkle

    We call our blend of garlic and onion seasoning Onion & Garlic Tableside Sprinkle, because these two kitchen staples should always be by your s...

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  • Garlic Powder

    As one of the most popular seasonings in cooking, you'll find yourself in need of Garlic Powder when making almost any recipe. Having garlic season...

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  • Granulated Onion

    Granulated Onion powder is great to use in a pinch, or as an onion seasoning for everyday use. Use granulated onion dry, or combine onion powder wi...

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  • Freeze Dried Chives

    Freeze Dried Chives are a great substitute for fresh chopped chives or green onions when you may not have any on hand. These chives produce a bit o...

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  • Granulated Garlic

    You will find yourself in need of Granulated Garlic when cooking almost any dish. Granulated garlic seasoning is coarser in texture than garlic pow...

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  • Granulated Toasted Onion

    Granulated Toasted Onion adds true onion flavor to nearly any dish. Our toasted onion powder is made by roasting white onions until they are golden...

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  • Tarragon Shallot Citrus
    Tarragon Shallot Citrus

    Tarragon Shallot Citrus Seasoning

    French cuisine relies on sauces to build flavors, often using them instead of spice blends. This shallot & tarragon seasoning blend was inspire...

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More Information

Are onion & garlic good together?

Yes! Onion and garlic are a classic flavor pairing. Our Onion & Garlic Tableside Sprinkle is flavorful blend of roasted garlic, onion, and minced green onion, and helps make cooking in the kitchen with this combo easier! Try as a replacement for salt to season a finished dish.

What is the difference between fresh garlic and garlic powder?

Garlic Powder and Granulated Garlic are milder than the harsh bite of raw, fresh garlic. Otherwise, fresh garlic and garlic powder can be cooked with interchangeably, unless of course the recipe calls for fresh instead of dried. About 1/8 tsp. of garlic powder is equal to 1 average size garlic clove. There is no need to rehydrate powdered garlic. For more on how to use garlic & its benefits, go Behind the Seasoning.

What does onion powder do?

Granulated Onion powder adds bursts of onion flavor, without all of the chopping! One Tbsp. is equal to 1/2 cup of fresh, chopped onion. Use dried Minced Onion as a sprinkle. When mixing onion powder into liquids, combine with water to form a paste to avoid unincorporated bubbles of dry spice. There is no need to rehydrate granulated onion.

Is garlic powder healthy?

Our garlic powder is pure garlic, so it's nutritionally equivalent to using or eating whole garlic. In addition to being a kitchen pantry must-have seasoning, it also has many health benefits – unless you have an intolerance, dietary restrictions, or allergies to garlic powder.

Is onion powder healthy?

Our onion powder is pure onion, so it's nutritionally equivalent to using or eating whole onion. In addition to being a kitchen pantry must-have seasoning, it also has many health benefits – unless you have an intolerance, dietary restrictions, or allergies to onion.

What is the difference between black garlic and regular garlic?

Black garlic is regular garlic that's just been fermented, or aged, until the garlic cloves turn black in color. This aging process turns garlic into a sweeter and richer type of garlic in flavor, which matches its darker color. Black garlic has an umami taste to it, and can be used in most of the same dishes where you'd typically use fresh garlic, although it's not meant to be a substitute. For more ways to use black garlic, read up on our How to Use Black Garlic blog post. If you're looking for an easy place to start with trying black garlic, our Black Garlic Salt is a customer favorite and can be used in many different cooking and grilling applications. 

What's the difference between scallions, chives & green onions?

Scallions, chives and green onions have a lot of overlapping qualities, and are all part of the onion family. Chives are more delicate and mild, whereas green onions and scallions are sharper in flavor. Green onions and scallions can be used interchangeably in most cases, as the only main difference between the two tends to be whether they were cut from the green or white part of the onion bulb. For more, go Behind the Seasoning: Chives vs. Green Onion vs. Scallions.