Customer Favorites: Seasonings

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We might be partial, but we think our customers are the best. You share so many great ideas, recipes, and feedback with us, and we love hearing about how you use Savory Spices at home. Since July 19th is National Get to Know Your Customers Day, we thought this was a great opportunity to share some spice advice from the people who use our spices most: you! Check out the recommendations from customers around the country and share your own in the comments below. 

 

 

Portrait of Mary Anne Thomas

Mary Anne Thomas
Sonoma, CA Shopper

Favorite Seasoning:
Mary loves Peruvian Chile Lime Seasoning because it is a “full flavored blend and versatile.”

Use:
Mary frequently uses this blend on “eggs, and also avocado toast.”

Recipe Recommendation:
Try Mary’s favorite blend in Peruvian Lime Yellow Rice for a flavorful side dish with an extra hint of Makrut Lime zing.

 

 

Portrait of Yosanya Ellison

Yosanya Ellison
Lowry in Denver, CO Shopper

Favorite Seasoning:
Yosanya says that Savory Spice is “her favorite place on earth,” (thanks Yosanya!) so she has many go-to products. When it comes to picking a top choice though, it’s “Capitol Hill, hands down. It has an awesome flavor and aroma.”

Use:
Yosanya “puts it on almost everything. Even though the shallots are dried, they are so fresh and wonderful.”

Recipe Recommendation:
Capitol Hill Classic Cole Slaw will show you why Yosanya cherishes the mild shallot and fresh dill flavor of Capitol Hill Seasoning.

 

Portrait of Monïka Pearson

Monïka Pearson
Charlotte, NC Shopper

Favorite Seasoning:
Bohemian Forest is Monïka’s top choice because of its “lovely lavender flavor.”

Use:
This blend is Monïka’s “favorite for roasted duck.” She also receives rave reviews for her cornish game hens.

Recipe Recommendation:
As you might be able to tell, Bohemian Forest is excellent on poultry. Try out our Easiest Ever Slow Cooker “Roast” Chicken for a super simple way to enjoy this European blend of herbs, lavender, mustard, and pepper.

 

Portrait of Isaac Hesting

Isaac Hesting
Kansas City, MO Shopper

Favorite Seasoning:
Isaac always goes for TSM BBQ Chicken Rub because it “works for everything.”

Use:
Suiting to the blend name, Isaac “eats a lot of chicken” and “so far this spice has worked for every occasion.”

Recipe Recommendation:
Up your dinner game with BBQ Chicken Pizza! Use Midwestern Sweet as the sauce for an extra dose of Kansas City barbecue goodness.

 

 

Portrait of Danielle & Nick Goestschius

Danielle and Nick Goetschius
Peddler’s Village, PA Shoppers

Favorite Seasoning:
Danielle and Nick both love Hudson Bay Beef Spice because “it’s so good. It tastes like it came from Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant.”

Use:
This couple enjoys sprinkling this blend on ribeye steaks for grilling.

Recipe Recommendation:
Hudson Bay Beef Marinade can be whipped up quickly. Use it to amp up the flavor of any cut of steak (or chicken!).

 

 

Portrait of Maxfield Rosales

Maxfield Rosales
Santa Rosa, CA Shopper

Favorite Seasoning:
It was tough for Maxfield to pick just one favorite, but Italian Black Truffle Sea Salt is always a hit for him. He loves it because of its “umami flavor.” He explained, “it’s the perfect combo of salty and savory, how can you not love that?” We agree, Maxfield.

Use:
Maxfield says it’s “the best for roasted vegetables.” It makes “the perfect side dish. Serve that with anything and you'll make everyone happy!"

Recipe Recommendation:
Truffle Salt & Horseradish Deviled Eggs are an indulgent appetizer or snack for any get together. It is guaranteed to impress!

 

 

What is your favorite Savory Spice seasoning? Let us know in the comments below and show us your Savory creations on social media by using #savoryspiceshop!


Comments on this Article


(guest), on July 19, 2018

Ghost Pepper Salt - Chocolate flavored heat! Great on fried potatoes, chicken. Piri-Piri Spice - Chili peppers, Spanish paprika, lemon and garlic.

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Limnos lamb rub!!! I use it for beef pot roast since I'm not fond of lamb. I can't imagine a pot roast or stew without it!

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Catanzaro no salt blend is phenomenal! It is a perfect blend for anything Italian without the over powering oregano taste so typical in other Italian style spice blends.

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Peruvian Lime Chile seasoning is a favorite. I use it for many dishes that just need that little extra something to liven them up. And it is great in the Mexican style dishes that we enjoy.

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Hands down- Gold Coast Tropical Poultry Rub

(guest), on July 19, 2018

I love my local spice store. And love the Sagon Cinnaman spice! I do a local farmers markit making home made zucchini breads. using this cinnamon. I also did a Persion cooking demonstration here at my local Savory spice store about three years ago.

(guest), on July 19, 2018

My fav is Ground Sumac. But hubby's is Renaissance Garden. I use both for chicken recipes. The mix of sumac with cream sherry, your roasted garlic, honey, beef bouillon cube, and minced orange peel makes a spicy sauce for frying in olive oil/butter mix or coconut oil. The Renaissance alone is different, very subtle and tasty with chicken cooked any way.

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Without a doubt, Red Rocks Hickory Smoked Salt. Bump up your potato and macaroni salad with this. Awesome on wings and makes any type of protein taste fresh off the grill. Love it!

Emily Bishop (registered user) on July 19, 2018

Wow, you all have awesome favorites! Thank you for the comments, and keep the suggestions coming :)

(guest), on July 19, 2018

I love the Pyramid Peak Lemon Pepper is so good on roasted asparagus!

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Peruvian Chile lime seasoning as the final topping for corn on the cob smothered with mayo and Parmesan cheese

(guest), on July 19, 2018

I love the makrut lime salt ! It’s been the perfect seasoning for guacamole. It’s also great on roasted chicken .

(guest), on July 19, 2018

I LOVE Piri-Piri Style Spice on pizza and anything else, when I want to kick up the heat a tad on a dish!

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Will echo Catanzaro No Salt Blend. Also big fan of Mt Massive Steak seasoning for steak and beef roasts. Georgia Boys BBQ rub is a favorite for smoking. Bucktown Brown Mustard & Honey Rub. Park Hill Maple Pepper. Colorado Plateau Citrus Pepper. Caribbean Curry. Heck! I've got about 14 different Savory Spice blends on the shelf and none of them are duds and give me options for different meats or with eggs.

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Southern Spanish pincho...on my eggs in the morning with quinoa adds a good taste and the turmeric in it has helped bring own my cholesterol.
My doctor was so amazed at my lowered numbers she wanted to know
What I was doing and asked for a copy of the label
So she could buy it

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Red Cloud Peak.......for sure! loved it so much, I bought a pound for me and a pound for my daughter 'cause she loves it so much!

(guest), on July 19, 2018

The Jerk seasoning is the best !

(guest), on July 19, 2018

Pearl Street Plank - great on seafood, chicken, pork, and vegetables! Doesn’t matter weather grilled or sautéed

(guest), on July 19, 2018

I have 3 favorites, but my absolute new favorite is the Shallot Salt. OMG, it is SO GOOD!!! I love this stuff! I seek out things to put it on. It is delicious on baked or roasted or mashed potatoes. Good on buttered popcorn. Good on any vegetables, really. It's very subtle but oh-so-good. Love it!

(guest), on July 19, 2018

I luv Italian Dressing Blend - WOW! So very yummy, with a nice splash of sweet. I put it on anything I'm sautéing - veggies, meats, and of course pasta. I haven't had the chance to make Italian dressing with it, its always gone before I get the chance. TRY IT!!!!!!

(guest), on July 20, 2018

I love all your spices but my favorite is the citris pepper is is so good on sliced cucumber and on popcorn but it is good on everythig.

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