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  • An extremely flavoursome herb, mint is fresh and sweet and used extensively in many different cuisines. Traditionally served with lamb, it is great to add to many different marinades for both meat and vegetables.

  • An extremely flavoursome herb, mint is fresh and sweet and used extensively in many different cuisines. Traditionally served with lamb, it is great to add to many different marinades for both meat and vegetables.

  • A flavoursome blend of culinary herbs, based on the traditional French Herbes de Provence. Perfect for any dish and especially good with chicken and fish.

  • A flavoursome blend of culinary herbs, based on the traditional French Herbes de Provence. Perfect for any dish and especially good with chicken and fish.

  • A flavoursome blend of culinary herbs, which has been inspired by the flavours of Italy. Use on pasta dishes or home made pizzas or in casseroles and stews.

  • A flavoursome blend of culinary herbs, which has been inspired by the flavours of Italy. Use on pasta dishes or home made pizzas or in casseroles and stews.

  • A flavoursome blend of culinary herbs, which is very versatile and can be used with all types of cooking.

  • A flavoursome traditional blend of culinary herbs. It is extremely versatile and can be used in all sorts of different dishes, from stews and casseroles to grilled meat and fish.

  • Mixed Peppercorns are made up of black, green, white and pink peppercorns and are a great alternative to using just black ones. The pink ones add not just a splash of colour, but also a slightly sweeter taste which contrasts well with the fiery heat of black and the real peppery taste of white peppercorns.

  • Mixed Peppercorns are made up of black, green, white and pink peppercorns and are a great alternative to using just black ones. The pink ones add not just a splash of colour, but also a slightly sweeter taste which contrasts well with the fiery heat of black and the real peppery taste of white peppercorns.

  • A flavoursome blend of sweet spices traditionally used in rich fruit cakes. It is also great in fruit crumbles and pies.

  • A flavoursome blend of sweet spices traditionally used in rich fruit cakes. It is also great in fruit crumbles and pies.

  • An aromatic blend of citrus peel and spices. Simply mix the whole packet with one bottle of red wine, 60g of sugar and, if you’re feeling generous, a slug of gin or brandy. Gently simmer for 10 minutes to allow the flavours to infuse and serve whilst still warm.

  • Made from ground dried mustard seeds, mustard powder can be used as a flavour enhancer, or mixed with a little vinegar and water to create mustard.

  • Made from ground dried mustard seeds, mustard powder can be used as a flavour enhancer, or mixed with a little vinegar and water to create mustard.

  • Dried onion flakes are great in soups, casseroles and Asian cuisine. They have a strong onion flavour and best all, don’t make you cry when using them!

  • Dried onion flakes are great in soups, casseroles and Asian cuisine. They have a strong onion flavour and best all, don’t make you cry when using them!

  • Simply dehydrated ground onions, onion powder is most commonly used in seasonings and blends. It's also great in salad dressings or in marinades for BBQs and grills as its flavour is evenly distributed in any blend you create.

  • Also known as Nigella Seeds and Kalonji, Onion seeds are used in many Indian and Asian dishes. They can be fried at the beginning of a dish along with mustard seeds and other whole spices to make a wonderful fragrant base to a curry. They are perhaps more commonly seen on (or in) Naan bread.

  • Also known as Nigella Seeds and Kalonji, Onion seeds are used in many Indian and Asian dishes. They can be fried at the beginning of a dish along with mustard seeds and other whole spices to make a wonderful fragrant base to a curry. They are perhaps more commonly seen on (or in) Naan bread.

  • An aromatic and warm herb, a member of the mint family. Popular in Greek, Italian, French and Spanish cuisine, vegetables and grilled meats, barbecues, sauces, casseroles, pizza, sauces, salad dressings

  • An aromatic and warm herb, a member of the mint family. Popular in Greek, Italian, French and Spanish cuisine, vegetables and grilled meats, barbecues, sauces, casseroles, pizza, sauces, salad dressings

  • Stoate's stoneground white flour, due to the nature of its production, is not as "white" as mass produced rollerground flour. The heat generated during the slow and gentle milling process is just sufficient to distribute the wheatgerm oil evenly while retaining the natural vitamins and minerals in the finished flour.The flavour of baked goods...

  • Parsley has a lovely fresh scent and flavour and has always been a popular herb. It makes a good addition to any stew, casserole, soup, marinade or dressing.

  • Parsley has a lovely fresh scent and flavour and has always been a popular herb. It makes a good addition to any stew, casserole, soup, marinade or dressing.

  • A spicy and flavoursome blend of spices to create fantastic pickles, chutneys and pickled onions.

  • A spicy and flavoursome blend of spices to create fantastic pickles, chutneys and pickled onions.

  • Pink Peppercorns are actually berries and not peppercorns at all! They have an almost sweet flavour and go very well in sauces and stocks. They have been used for decoration too for centuries thanks to their wonderful natural pink colour.

  • Pink Peppercorns are actually berries and not peppercorns at all! They have an almost sweet flavour and go very well in sauces and stocks. They have been used for decoration too for centuries thanks to their wonderful natural pink colour.

  • We use the finest Baies Roses which have a delicate, sweet peppery flavour but as they are not true peppercorns, very little heat. Perfect for delicate sauces to which require a gentle peppered touch for fish and chicken.For recipes and serving suggestions on our full range please visit www.opiesfoods.comStore in a cool dry placeOnce opened, keep...

  • A fiery spice blend of chillies, garlic, onion and basil. Originally from Portugal, use as a rub or marinade for BBQs and roasts. Try mixing with some olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon juice to add an extra zing!Use approx 1tsp of spice blend per person (or more if you're feeling brave!)

  • A fiery spice blend of chillies, garlic, onion and basil. Originally from Portugal, use as a rub or marinade for BBQs and roasts. Try mixing with some olive oil and freshly squeezed lemon juice to add an extra zing!Use approx 1tsp of spice blend per person (or more if you're feeling brave!)

  • These natural rolled oats are milled in the UK and have nothing added or taken away. They can be used in home baking, flapjacks and of course to make delicious porridge. Simply add 1 cup oats to 2 cups milk, water, or combination of both and heat in the microwave for approx 3 minutes, stirring about half way through.Contains Oat Gluten

  • Meaning 'Head of the Shop' in Arabic, Ras el Hanout is an aromatic blend of north African spices, originally blended by shopkeepers with their very best spices. Our mix includes rose petals for added luxury and is great used as a rub on meats for grilling and frying, or for adding to almost any north African dish.

  • Meaning 'Head of the Shop' in Arabic, Ras el Hanout is an aromatic blend of north African spices, originally blended by shopkeepers with their very best spices. Our mix includes rose petals for added luxury and is great used as a rub on meats for grilling and frying, or for adding to almost any north African dish.

  • An extremely flavoursome and aromatic herb with a distinctive taste. Great with lamb, poultry and vegetables, rosemary is a versatile herb. Try roasting some potatoes with a good pinch of rosemary, a few garlic cloves, olive oil and half way through cooking, some white wine for the best roast potatoes!

  • An extremely flavoursome and aromatic herb with a distinctive taste. Great with lamb, poultry and vegetables, rosemary is a versatile herb. Try roasting some potatoes with a good pinch of rosemary, a few garlic cloves, olive oil and half way through cooking, some white wine for the best roast potatoes!

  • Finest Persian Saffron Filaments

  • An extremely flavoursome and aromatic herb with a distinctive taste. Great with poultry, it has traditionally been used for stuffings and sausages, but is also great in soups and many Italian dishes.

  • An extremely flavoursome and aromatic herb with a distinctive taste. Great with poultry, it has traditionally been used for stuffings and sausages, but is also great in soups and many Italian dishes.

  • Smoked Paprika (also known by its Spanish name (Pimenton) is a wonderfully flavoured spice made from grinding char grilled dried peppers. It has a smokey intense flavour which is ideal for stews, casseroles and many other dishes especially on fried or poached eggs.

  • Smoked Paprika is a wonderfully flavoured spice made from grinding char grilled dried peppers. It has a smokey intense flavour which is ideal for stews, casseroles and many meat dishes.

  • Star anise is an aromatic spice originally grown in China.It is a major ingredient in both Chinese Five Spice and Garam Masala.Usage: To make your own garam masala or five spice, you will need to grind the star anise very finely. Another use is for flavouring Basmati Rice (just throw a couple of stars in when cooking and optionally remove before serving)

  • Star anise is an aromatic spice originally grown in China.It is a major ingredient in both Chinese Five Spice and Garam Masala.Usage: To make your own garam masala or five spice, you will need to grind the star anise very finely. Another use is for flavouring Basmati Rice (just throw a couple of stars in when cooking and optionally remove before serving)

  • Sumaq is the ground spice of the sumaq berry widely used across the Middle East. It gives dishes a tangy flavour, similar to lemon but more fragrant. Try adding to hummous, salads and meat as a garnish.

  • Sumaq is the ground spice of the sumaq berry widely used across the Middle East. It gives dishes a tangy flavour, similar to lemon but more fragrant. Try adding to hummous, salads and meat as a garnish.

  • Our Sundried Tomatoes are full of Mediterranean sunshine and are delicious added to any pizza or pasta dish. They are also great served on salads or bruschetta. Directions for use: Simply place the tomatoes in a bowl and cover with boiling water and leave for 10 minutes, or according to taste.

  • Our sweet paprika is from Spain and is a deliciously sweet noble variety. It is great for lots of Spanish dishes and famously Hungarian Goulash. Why not try frying some peppers, onions and potatoes in olive oil, adding a good pinch of sweet paprika, before adding a fried egg? Delicious!

  • Our sweet paprika is from Spain and is a deliciously sweet noble variety. It is great for lots of Spanish dishes and famously Hungarian Goulash. Why not try frying some peppers, onions and potatoes in olive oil, adding a good pinch of sweet paprika, before adding a fried egg? Delicious!

  • A flavoursome blend of spices to marinate meat, fish. Simply mix 1 part Tandoori Masala with 8 parts natural yogurt and blend well with your meat or fish. When marinating whole fish or large pieces of meat, cut slashes into it to allow the flavour to fully develop. Leave in the fridge overnight or for at least 2 hours before grilling or baking.

  • Tarragon has a very distinctive aromatic flavour which goes very well with white meats, fish and egg. It is the herb used in bearnaise sauce which also accompanies steaks beautifully!

  • Tarragon has a very distinctive aromatic flavour which goes very well with white meats, fish and egg. It is the herb used in bearnaise sauce which also accompanies steaks beautifully!

  • A delicious blend of herbs and spices which is ideal for thai inspired cooking at home. Get creative with your stir frying and add a good pinch to chopped vegetables and add some meat or fish if desired to creat a tasty speedy meal.

  • A delicious blend of herbs and spices which is ideal for thai inspired cooking at home. Get creative with your stir frying and add a good pinch to chopped vegetables and add some meat or fish if desired to creat a tasty speedy meal.

  • An aromatic and flavoursome blend of spices, which are perfect for Thai stir fries, or as a marinade or rub for meat on the BBQ or grill.

  • Thyme is a wonderfully perfumed garden herb originally from the Mediterranean. Although it has a strong flavour, it blends well with other herbs and is the basis for French Herbes de Provence and Bouquet Garni. It is great with all types of meat as well as stews, soups and casseroles.

  • Thyme is a wonderfully perfumed garden herb originally from the Mediterranean. Although it has a strong flavour, it blends well with other herbs and is the basis for French Herbes de Provence and Bouquet Garni. It is great with all types of meat as well as stews, soups and casseroles.

  • Turmeric is well known for its strong flavour and deep yellow colour. It has an earthy, peppery flavour and is used extensively in Indian cuisine. It comes from the dried ground Turmeric root and is also used as a dye and colour preservative!

  • Turmeric is well known for its strong flavour and deep yellow colour. It has an earthy, peppery flavour and is used extensively in Indian cuisine. It comes from the dried ground Turmeric root and is also used as a dye and colour preservative!

  • An extra hot but flavoursome blend of spices to give your curries an extra kick!

  • White mustard seeds, often also known as yellow mustard seeds come from the mustard plant and are used extensively in pickles, preserves and chutneys.

  • White mustard seeds, often also known as yellow mustard seeds come from the mustard plant and are used extensively in pickles, preserves and chutneys.

  • White pepper comes from black pepper which has been allowed to stay on the tree for longer before harvesting. It benefits by having a stronger more fragrant flavour than black pepper and is used extensively in Chinese cuisine.

  • White pepper comes from black pepper which has been allowed to stay on the tree for longer before harvesting. It benefits by having a stronger more fragrant flavour than black pepper and is used extensively in Chinese cuisine.

  • Whole allspice is a single spice taken from ‘Pimento’. It has an aromatic almost peppery sweet flavour and is the main ingredient for many Caribbean dishes including Jamaican Jerk. It is also commonly used in Sausages where its almost smokey flavour enhances the taste.

  • Whole allspice is a single spice taken from ‘Pimento’. It has an aromatic almost peppery sweet flavour and is the main ingredient for many Caribbean dishes including Jamaican Jerk. It is also commonly used in Sausages where its almost smokey flavour enhances the taste.

  • Our whole ‘Birdseye’ chillies come from India and are extra hot! They have a lovely dry heat which can compliment many different dishes and not just ones from Asia and India. Try infusing around a dozen in a bottle of olive oil and using on pasta and pizzas for an extra kick!

  • Cloves take their name from the French ‘Clou’ which means ‘nail’ which they closely resemble. They have always been highly valued as a commodity, so much so that in the 18th Century they were worth more than gold! They are extremely aromatic and are used in both sweet and savoury dishes.

  • Cloves take their name from the French ‘Clou’ which means ‘nail’ which they closely resemble. They have always been highly valued as a commodity, so much so that in the 18th Century they were worth more than gold! They are extremely aromatic and are used in both sweet and savoury dishes.

  • Coriander has a wonderful delicate aroma and is used extensively in Indian, North African, Middle Eastern and Mexican cuisine. It is also great crushed and used as a rub for BBQs and meat dishes like kebabs and burgers.

  • Coriander has a wonderful delicate aroma and is used extensively in Indian, North African, Middle Eastern and Mexican cuisine. It is also great crushed and used as a rub for BBQs and meat dishes like kebabs and burgers.

  • Cumin has a very strong fragrant flavour which is very commonly used in Indian and in particular, North African cuisine where it is the predominant flavour found in Tagines and many authentic kebabs. Try grinding some and adding to home made burgers for an extra aromatic flavour!

  • Cumin has a very strong fragrant flavour which is very commonly used in Indian and in particular, North African cuisine where it is the predominant flavour found in Tagines and many authentic kebabs. Try grinding some and adding to home made burgers for an extra aromatic flavour!

  • A very strong and flavoursome spice from Indonesia, nutmegs have been traded and used for centuries. Traditionally used in sweet dishes like custard, apple pies, and mulled wine, nutmeg can also enhance many savoury dishes too - why not try adding a fresh grating to your next Italian ragu sauce? One whole nutmeg grated equals 2-3 teaspoons of ground nutmeg.

  • Use grated in sausages, meats, soups, egg dishes, vegetables, preserves, puddings, fruit pies, custards, advocaat and mulled wine. One whole nutmeg grated equals 2-3 teaspoons of ground nutmeg.

  • Za'atar is a Middle Eastern blend of Thyme, toasted sesame, sumaq and salt.Its use can be traced back for centuries and remains an essential part of the Middle Eastern cuisine. It can be used in a variety of ways including mixed with olive oil and spread on flat breads before baking, or as a rub for meat and vegetables, it's also great added to hummous....

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