Savory, aromatic and distinctive, this Salt is an exquisite gourmet blend of Italian black truffles and sea salt. Use as a finishing salt to add a super-premium delight to your potatoes or pasta dishes.
Mined from the Himalayan mountains, this salt gets its pink and red color naturally from mineral deposits. Use it to add a luxurious and delectable flavor to any seafood or poultry dish.
Our Spice Islands® garlic is harvested in California, then put through a unique process to create a garlic powder that has similar flavor notes to fresh garlic.
Salt and garlic are two of the most popular seasonings in the world. And for good reason.
Allspice has a sweet taste that’s reminiscent of a number of different spices, including cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.
While many spices come from the fruit of plants, few have as fruity or enticing an aroma as cardamom.
Cloves come from the dried, unopened flower buds of a small evergreen tree native to the fabled Spice Islands.
An essential part of curries and chili con carne, cumin is one of the most widely used spices in the world.
Depending on where it’s grown and when it’s harvested, the flavor of ginger can range from spicy warmth to biting heat.
In its raw form, mustard is somewhat tame. It takes water or another nonacidic liquid to activate myrosinase, the enzyme responsible for that classic hot mustard taste.
Unlike some herbs whose characteristics mellow when they dry, oregano’s flavor and aroma actually intensify.
With its rich hue and warm aroma, cinnamon brings spicy sweetness to all kinds of baked goods. But all cinnamon is not the same.
Spicy with a minty edge, thyme adds a distinctive flavor to food, becoming even more complex when blended with other herbs.
Primarily used in Brazilian dishes and Asian soups, white pepper is less aromatic than black pepper and has a somewhat musty flavor.
An artistic blend of sweet, peppery herbs from the French countryside, herbes de Provence traditionally consists of thyme and savory with a touch of lavender.
Weve taken our finest crafted Italian spices and the fresh flavors of garlic, herbs and parmesan, and combined them with our uniquely crisp panko.
An aromatic blend of basil, oregano, rosemary, thyme and other herbs, our Spice Islands® Italian herb seasoning adds a bit of Mediterranean flavor to everything from grilled gourmet burgers to steamed vegetables.
The outer peel of the lemon, commonly referred to as lemon zest, holds the highest amount of essential oils.
A truly all-purpose seasoning, lemon pepper enhances the flavor of almost any dish.
Cajun cuisine is usually prepared in a single, cast-iron pot, using the holy trinity of green bell peppers, onions and celery.
A close cousin of oregano, marjoram has a milder and less peppery taste, making it ideal for enhancing more delicate flavors.
The world’s most popular and frequently traded spice, black pepper is prized for its hot, biting flavor and pungent aroma.
An important ingredient in the cuisine of almost every culture, onions take many forms in the kitchen, from fresh to minced to powdered.