What is it about ?
The Creole spice blend brings an exotic scent to all savory preparations. This mixture comes from Indian, Amerindian, African and French cuisines that inhabit the islands of the Antilles. Both fresh and slightly spicy, the Creole blend is made up of aromatics, spices and vegetables: turmeric, cumin, garlic, pink berries, ginger, parsley, nutmeg, mint, cayenne pepper and tomato powder. This assortment of spices goes into the composition of a large number of recipes typically, bringing woody notes and a long flavor in the mouth.
How to use the Creole mixture in cooking ?
The Creole mixture is slightly spicy allowing it to be added to all savory preparations. Widely used in Creole cuisine, it seasons acras, samosas, fish cakes, stuffed crabs, sautéed shrimps, West Indian sea puddings or fish in all its forms: raw, cooked, smoked. It is used in hot sauces, such as West Indian dog sauce, or in cold sauces such as creams made from fresh cheese, guacamole. It goes very well with vegetables whether in gratin, pan-fried or in salad especially with tomatoes. In simmered dishes, marinades and cream or coconut oil preparations, the Creole mixture subtly enhances all white or red meats: kebabs, meatballs, sausage, rougails
The virtues of the Creole blend
The Creole mixture has many virtues thanks to its composition of aromatics and spices. To learn more about its benefits, consult each of the spices and herbs that compose it: turmeric, cumin, garlic, pink berries, ginger, parsley, nutmeg, mint, cayenne pepper (clickable link to the pages of the spices sold on the site ) It facilitates digestion and is an ally in maintaining good health.