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Here are some tips for using seasonings.
Whenever I am making a soup, stew, sauce or anything that will need many seasonings, I use the method I pictured below!
I line up on my counter all the spices I will be using. I then take each spice and measure it out and pour it gently into small round piles on top. Then when I am done, I can check that I have used everything I needed for my recipe. It really keeps things organized.
Then everything gets stirred in gently at the same time!
One hour after simmering, I always do a test taste! Then I adjust things like salt, pepper, sugar or garlic! I find this very helpful!
When cooking, shake your spices into the lid of the spice bottle or even your hand (unless it is hot pepper), then add them to your dish. Why not sprinkle them in right over the pot? Here are a couple of good and thrifty reasons:
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I would like to find an herb and spice chart.
By KK from Kinmel Bay
These are free on line printable charts: