Create a deliciously different dinner with our gluten-free range of spice kits and spice pots. No need for expensive equipment or years of cooking experience and no more out-of-date spices at the back of your cupboard. All our kits and pots come with simple printed instructions and contain enough spices and herbs to make multiple servings.
All handblended by us in small batches. All free from additives or preservatives.
That's bags of reasons to cook and pots of reasons to try.
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Spices don’t just mean curries and fiery heat so we’ve created a variety of main dishes using meat, fish and vegetables. Our spice kits contain easy-to-follow recipes and enough quality spices and herbs to make 8 servings. Perfect for cooking up a delicious midweek meal or sharing with dinner party guests at the weekend.
Why not use one of our spice pots to create your own fresh Thai or Indian curry sauce? Each pot contains enough spice to make 10 servings and comes with clear instructions how to make your curry paste. There’s also a suggested a curry recipe but whether you choose to add chicken, cauliflower or chickpeas is entirely up to you!
We stock a selection of slightly more unusual spices which you are less likely to find in your local supermarket. All our spices come in small usable quantities and are packed in heat-sealed, resealable pouches for safe and easy storage.
We also produce our own BarBeQube rubs: dry spice blends which are perfect for the BBQ (or an oven or a pan if the weather's being unkind!).
OUR SPICE OF THE MONTH
Also known as Laos root and Thai ginger, galangal is used in many dishes across South East Asia, from curries to soups to sambals. It is from the same family as ginger but has a more intense flavour and a slightly sour, peppery bite to it. The flowers and buds of the plant are also edible but the powder is made from the aromatic rhizomes.
Galangal goes particularly well with beef and chicken: we use the powdered version in our Three Chilli Chicken recipe. Just remember to halve your quantities if you’re substituting the powder for the fresh root!