What’s in this Baker spice blend?
A mix of spices and tasty seeds
This blend is ideal for adding a spicy hint to your homemade bread or baguette. Our Baker spice blend contains turmeric, garlic, black pepper and Nigella seeds . This blend is part of the same collection as Butcher spice blend and Fishmonger blend. With these three blends, you’ll make a success of all your traditional dishes!
Where to use Baker spice blend?
This blend is ideal for adding a spicy hint to your home-made bread or just for using in your daily dishes.
Discover our recipe ideas:
• Spicy brown bread : discover our Terre Exotique spicy brown bread recipe;
• Spicy shortcrust pastry : add 1 teaspn. of Baker’s mix to your shortcrust pastry then knead by hand. Use for your savoury tarts and for savoury cakes for pre-dinner nibbles;
• Spicy brioche: add 1 tblspn. of Baker’s mix to your brioche dough;
• Spicy pre-dinner nibbles: add 1 teaspn. of Baker’s mix to your savoury cake mixture.
What are the flavours of this Baker spice blend?
This Baker’s mix has distinctive warm and earthy aromas of turmeric, developing into aromas of grilled walnuts and Nigella seeds.
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The history behind bread
Bread dates back to prehistoric times and has been part of our daily diet for over 30,000 years! So in fact bread doesn’t originate in France. It wasn’t until the Middle Ages that the French started eating bread with their meal. Bread was then used as a plate, with food spread on the bread and then eaten by hand. Nowadays, bread is almost a national emblem of France, with more than 80 varieties in some regions! The baguette, was invented in Paris in Napoleon times in 1830 to facilitate the transport of bread by soldiers.
|Ingredients||nigella, turmeric, black pepper, garlic.|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|