Spice: A Cook's Companion
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These include Spiced apples and pears, MiMi Aye’s Burmese rainbow pickle, Pickled blackberries, Tomato and vanilla compote, Sambal oelek, Sriracha, Muhumarra, Kecap manis, Brown sauce, Southern states barbecue sauce, Saffron aioli, Olio santo, Caraway yoghurt dressing, Mostarda di frutta, Sour chilli melon, Nigella and ajowan parathas, Himbasha (an Eritrean flatbread), Panisse with lemon thyme and berbere, Baharat blackcurrant Eccles cakes, Potted crab, Ajowan samosas, Advieh stuffed aubergines, Star anise pak choi, Spiced sweetcorn, Seedy sprout slaw, Tempero baiano cabbage, Chimichurri new potatoes, Chaat sweet potatoes, Soused mackerel, Manchamanteles (a Mexican sauce for meat, fish or vegetables), Guajillo grilled courgettes,and Panch phoran roasted carrots. To that end he notes that whilst many of the ingredients showcased in the book are seeds and dried fruits, there are roots such as ginger and turmeric that he includes in their ground form but not in their fresh, and even some berries, such as juniper, make it in when many do not. Rather he has created a very personal collection of “ forty-odd spices and a similar number of spice blends” to share.
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Spice is a vibrant exploration of flavor, fragrance and heat that majors on the kitchen, with a celebration of over 50 spices that will fill your kitchen with a wealth of heady aromas and tastes.In terms of equipment, he recommends an electric spice grinder over a mortar and pestle for most recipes (though not all). The chicken pieces in José Pizarro’s Pan-fried chicken with Pimentón de la Vera were fabulous, and really simple too. As with herbs, spices transform the life-giving act of feeding into the life-enhancing pleasure of eating.
Spice by Mark Diacono | Hardie Grant Publishing
Focusing on the familiars including cumin, turmeric, vanilla, pepper and cinnamon, Spice will also open the door to some lesser-known spices. For each blend Mark tells us about the origins of the blend, how it’s used, and lists out recipe ingredients (with amounts).Spice is a vibrant exploration of flavour, fragrance and heat that majors on the kitchen, with a celebration of over 50 spices that will fill your kitchen with a wealth of heady aromas and tastes. The reader will become familiar with the differences in flavor intensity, provenance, nutritional benefits and more.