The flavors of the world offer unlimited possibility. These international spices will help you create delicious meals, whether you want to explore curry or turmeric, or are looking for Indian garam masala or tikka masala spices, Chinese five spice or Thai spice, Moroccan spices, Mexican spices, or European spices.
Chicken Avocado Tortilla Soup Recipe
Garnish with shredded cheese, sour cream, tortilla chips, and lime wedges. Serve with a side of warm cornbread.view recipe >
Greek Style Shakshuka Recipe
Serve with pita or naan bread for dipping in the sauce. Great with tzatziki sauce as a topping.view recipe >
Spiced Vegetable Lo Mein Recipe
Our vegetable lo mein recipe doesn't call for meat, but feel free to top with chicken, beef, or shrimp as desired.view recipe >
Introduction to Our “World Flavors” Product Category
Our Indian spices, French spices, and Asian spices can transport you to Mumbai with masala or Beijing in a bite.view article >
Behind the Seasoning: Cantonese BBQ Pork Rub
This sweet and slightly-spicy seasoning is an homage to the renowned Cantonese-style BBQ pork dish known as char siu.view article >
Behind the Seasoning: Shawarma Seasoning
Shawarma is a Middle Eastern street food worth seeking out. Great news: we have a new seasoning to help you recreate this classic dish at home!view article >
What are the most popular spices internationally?
Globally, black pepper, mustard powder, cumin, salt and coriander are some of the most cooked spices internationally around the world. But ultimately, it depends on what international cuisine you are looking to try! As far as international spice blends go, some of our personal favorites include Taco Seasoning, Peruvian Chile Lime Seasoning, Za'atar Seasoning, Cuban Island Spice and Chinese Five Spice.
What spices blends are best for curry?
When making any curry, some of the best spices to use are turmeric, coriander, cumin, cardamom, saffron, fenugreek, lemongrass, mustard powder, ginger, chili powder, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. Our personal favorite curry spice blends include our Garam Masala, Madras Curry Powder, Thai Green Curry, Cambodian Lemongrass Curry, and of course the classic, Mild Yellow Curry Powder. There are many other Curry Favorites from Around the World, so feel free to explore more curry flavors.
What spice blends are the most unique or rare?
Spices that might be considered as more rare in the U.S. could include Saffron, Asafetida, Sumac Berries, Grains of Paradise and Fennel Pollen. Spices that might be called "exotic" ultimately depends on where you're from. Seasoning blends that we consider unique to our international flavors include Chilean Merquen Seasoning, Bajan Seasoning, Berbere Ethiopian Seasoning, Vadouvan and Vindaloo.