All areas of the palate are drawn in by this Thai-inspired blend. First comes a citrus flavor, then the warm pungency of ginger followed by faintly bitter herbs, and last the heat of the chilies emerges. This blend is great in stir-fry; quickly flash fry in the oil. It makes a nice addition when sprinkled on cold pasta or Thai noodle salads. Argyle Street Asian Blend is hand-mixed from toasted and black sesame seeds, lemon grass, ginger, cilantro, onion, garlic, chile peppers, coriander, white pepper, and salt. Argyle Street Asian Blend.
This easy-to-make Asian spice blend is just the recipe if you're cooking Asian style. Made with traditional herbs and spices, it'll season and flavour many of your dishes ranging from stir-fries to rice and noodle dishes to your grilled steak and chicken cooking. See the bottom of the page for links to more of my recipes. Store your Asian spice mix in an airtight jar out of direct sunlight.
When we think of Asian spice blends, our minds conjure up exotic, unusual ingredients from tropical paradise locations. We have many spices and seasonings that can be used in Asian style cooking, so to limit it to only four was difficult. We selected our customers' overall favorites. You can use them for exotic Asian dishes or for everyday stir-fry, both with terrific results.
Based on the name, you can probably guess there are five different spices in this Asian seasoning. These are commonly a mixture of star anise, cloves, Chinese cinnamon, Sichuan pepper , and fennel seeds, but five-spice powder can also include anise seeds, ginger root, nutmeg, turmeric, amomum villosum pods, cardamom pods, licorice, orange peel, or galangal. You can use five-spice powder in many different ways in Chinese and Taiwanese cooking, including adding it to stew meat or poultry, making it part of a marinade, as a spice rub when roasting foods, and as a seasoning in the breading for fried foods. Recipe Tags:. Pass the blended seasonings through a strainer so you are left with an even consistency.