Specialty Spices

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Portuguese AllSpice

Portuguese all-spice mix hits all the right notes, blending together with a b...

Portuguese all-spice mix hits all the right notes, blending together with a balance capable of bumping up the flavor in any dish. Fold it into rice, sneak it into baked goods or dust it onto deviled eggs. It's a spice that can be used in beef, lamb, vegetables, salmon & seafood recipes. It's added to marinades for meats or added to dry rubs. Net Weight: 1 oz.  

$2.80

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Assafroa Pure Safflower Powder

This product is a full one ounce (1 oz.) of ground Portuguese saffron (safflo...

This product is a full one ounce (1 oz.) of ground Portuguese saffron (safflower). An essential ingredient when preparing saffron broth for a Portuguese favorite like shrimp or chicken Mozambique, paella and many other seafood/meat stew dishes. Sometimes called the “poor man’s saffron", because it has been used as a substitute for saffron. Although safflower heads are used in Portuguese cooking, their flavor is not as strong saffron. Safflower is more often seen in Azorean cooking and growing...

$5.70

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Portuguese Special Blend - Spicy All Purpose Seasoning

You can't beat the taste with an incredible combination of just the right spi...

You can't beat the taste with an incredible combination of just the right spices. It's the WOW factor when you first taste this seasoning blend. Add a liberal coating, just before cooking, on chicken, pork, ribs, duck, steaks, or seafood and enjoy the exceptional flavor! Sprinkle over pasta, pork, or vegetables to perk up any meal. Just put it on everything! Has no fillers, no MSG! Ingredients: paprika, salt, garlic powder, black pepper, onion powder, cayenne pepper, turmeric

$4.95

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Whole Dried Portuguese Piri Piri Peppers

Piri Piri Peppers These bright red chili's are nicknamed African Red Devil fo...

Piri Piri Peppers These bright red chili's are nicknamed African Red Devil for their fiery heat, hitting 175,000 Scoville units. Especially popular in areas influenced by Portuguese colonialism. The piri piri is often used in a marinade. The most popular culinary partner is chicken, but is great with beef or pork. Though, it has been suggested that daring adventurers might even like it in ice cream! Foodies all over the world are onto piri piri peppers. Some have even called its taste, “light...

$3.95

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