Spicy, sweet, and citrus notes come together to create a complex seasoning that adds flavor to everything from protein to fruit..
garlic cloves, chopped
Herbies Cayenne Pepper
Herbies Paprika Smoked (Sweet)
Use Berbere Paste to flavor stews made with any combination of meat, vegetables or legumes.
The spicy, sweet, and citrus notes come together to create a complex seasoning that adds flavor with more oomph than tomato paste!
Add a tablespoon or more to stews and casseroles for a hearty, spicy flavor. Use on everything from protein to fruit.
- Roast the Berbere spices in a hot, dry pan for one minute, then process to a paste with the onion, garlic, salt and wine.
- Stir in the paprika, cayenne pepper and cold water.
- Cook over low-moderate heat, stirring constantly, for 15-20 minutes, until the onion is cooked. (Taste and add more salt or cayenne to taste.)
- When cool, transfer paste to a screw-top jar and cover with a film of oil.
Jenny's Tip: - This paste will keep in the refrigerator for up to six months.
A delightful, well-bred Bordeaux style red wine with a paradoxically enticing manner of managing strong peppery spices in foods and drawing out the true essence of the primary food flavor.
Frolic is a single-varietal of the white grape Viognier from a single vineyard.
Tango Malbec is a limited production single-varietal wine from a single Napa Valley vineyard.
Sprinkle this traditional African spice blend onto meats before grilling.
Cayenne pepper is actually a blend of hot chillies that are mixed to give a consistent heat chilli powder, that has a heat level of about 8 out of 10.
Paprika "Pimenton" smoked by a natural process in the La Vera region of Spain, highly aromatic & sweet.