Sunday, November 23, 2008

What's in Your Spice Cabinet?

Over at Chile Chews, they're doing a meme of what people have in their spice cabinets. I thought this seemed like a lot of fun, so I'm participating too. I have some spices that are not on this list, and the instructions say to just add them to the end. So if you want to continue the meme, you can either use the list I have, or refer back to the original post, linked above.

I've cut and pasted her list, and put in bold the spices I have. The ingredients I've added to the end have been done in italics. She uses an asterisk for herbs she's grown herself, but I'm not doing that part because I have no herbs I grew myself that I don't also have that I didn't. I've got some duplicates, I guess.

1. Allspice, ground
2. Allspice, whole
3. Anardana, ground (dried pomegranate seeds)
4. Anardana, whole
5. Basil leaves
6. Bay leaf
7. Caraway seeds
8. Cardamom
9. Cayenne pepper
10. Celery seed
11. Chile pepper, New Mexico, ground (note: this is not a blend; just pure ground red chiles)
12. Chile pepper, green Anaheim, whole*
13. Chile pepper, pasilla negro, ground
14. Chile pepper, red Anaheim, whole*
15. Chile pepper, red Thai, whole
16. Chipotle
17. Chorizo spice mix (mixed by me)
18. Cilantro
19. Cinnamon, ground
20. Cinnamon, stick
21. Cinnamon sugar
22. Cloves, ground
23. Cloves, whole
24. Coriander, ground
25. Cumin, ground
26. Cumin seed
27. Curry powder
28. Dill seed
29. Dill weed
30. Fennel seed
31. Fennel seed, sweetened (Indian)
32. Fenugreek seeds,ground
33. Garam masala (mixed by me)
34. Garlic powder
35. Ginger, ground
36. Ginger, whole Jamaican (dry)
37. Indian "Sweet Seasoning" (mix from local spice store)
38. Italian seasoning
39. Juniper berries
40. Lemon Omani, whole (crushed)
41. Lemongrass
42. Lemon peel
43. Mace, whole (ground)
44. Marjoram
45. Mint leaves
46. Miso powder
47. Mrs. Dash Table Blend (great all-around salt free mix)
48. Mustard, ground
49. Mustard seeds, black
50. Mustard seeds, yellow
51. Nutmeg, ground
52. Nutmeg, whole
53. Onion, granulated
54. Onion powder
55. Orange peel
56. Oregano leaves
57. Paprika
58. Paprika, Spanish smoked
59. Parsley flakes
60. Pepper, black
61. Pepper, red rose, whole
62. Pepper, white
63. Peppercorns, black
64. Peppercorns, mixed
65. Pickling spice
66. Pomegranate chutney* (dry mix with anardana)
67. Poppy seed
68. Poppy seed, white
69. Poultry seasoning
70. Red pepper, crushed
71. Rosemary
72. Saffron
73. Sage
74. Salt, Hawaiian red
75. Salt, kosher
76. Salt, Mexican rock
77. Salt, pickling
78. Salt, pink
79. Salt, sea
80. Salt, smoked
81. Savory
82. Smoky sweet pepper seasoning
83. Tarragon leaves
84. Thai seasoning
85. Thyme (in a bottle)
86. Turmeric
87. Vanilla beans
88. Wasabi
89. Salt, iodised
90. Ginger, crystallised
91. Galangal, whole dry
92. Galangal, powdered
93. Vanilla sugar
94. Chia seeds
95. Grains of Paradise
96. Herbs de Provence
97. Rose hips
98. Dry leeks
99. Epazote
100. Mullein
101. Roasted garlic powder
102. Garlic Salt
103. Dried elderberries
104. Dried shallot slices
105. Shallot powder
106. Horseradish powder
107. Minced dry carrot
108. Minced dry bell pepper blend
109. Star anise
110. Ground bay leaf
111. Thai curry paste
112. Aleppo pepper
113. Worcestershire powder
114. Bergamot orange peel
115. Bragg sprinkle
116. Tomato bouillon
117. Shrimp bouillon
118. Beef bouillon
119. Chicken bouillon
120. Onion bouillon
121. Garlic bouillon
122. Sumac
123. Truffle powder
124. Onion juice
125. Garlic juice
126. Chopped dry onions
127. Sesame seeds
128. Lemon balm
129. Celery salt
130. Lavender
131. Minced dry garlic
132. Konriko/Season-All/Tony Charchares (I have all seasoned salts)
133. Anise
134. Peppermint (the mint above is spearmint in my house)
135. Dried chives
136. Stevia leaves
137. Persian fenugreek leaves
138. Chile, dried ground jalepeno
139. Chili pepper
140. Cream of tartar

4 comments:

  1. Oooo, truffle powder? That sounds good.

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  2. Hi Allie,

    I'm sure you're a spiced girl. This sounds fun, let me play along. Thanks. :)

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  3. oh! i forgot...use dried red pepper for the soup. :)

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  4. Oh, beautiful. Thanks! I'm excited to make it!

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