Seasoning & Spice

Seasoning & Spice

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Soluna Garden Farm, Winchester MA, own blends of seasonings and spices.

BRINE MIX:  Brine mix makes enough brine for a 15-20 pound turkey and includes a recipe card with full instructions for brining and cooking your turkey. You can adjust the recipe for a smaller turkey or for a chicken. Ingredients: salt, brown sugar, garlic, black peppercorns, allspice, coriander, rosemary, sage, thyme.

GARLIC PEPPER: Another all-purpose blends your spice cabinet is begging for, Garlic Pepper combines a few staples in perfect harmony for a spice blend that goes with almost anything—meat, fish, poultry, veggies, soups, stews, and sauces. Ingredients: Black pepper, sea salt, garlic, and red bell pepper. Quick Tip: Dress up a jarred sauce with a combination of Italian Seasoning and Garlic Pepper. Mix a pinch or two of Garlic Pepper into softened butter, spread on baguette slices, toast in the oven, and serve with a cheese platter.

GREEK SEASONING: This fresh-scented blend is a great every day, hard-working combination that can do everything from season a steak before cooking to dusting over rice before serving. Great for stuffed peppers, potato or macaroni salad, or whisking into sour cream or Greek yogurt for a vegetable dip or dressing. Season steamed vegetables, meat, or rice, or combine with oil and vinegar for a salad dressing or marinade. Ingredients: Oregano, mint, dill, allspice, and cinnamon.

HERBED PEPPER: Herbed Pepper brings together rosemary, winter savory, thyme, marjoram, black pepper, and mace into a blend that will give new life to root veggies, chicken, soup or rice. Combine with crushed garlic and grated lemon peel, or switch out your standard black pepper on the table with herbed pepper and give dinner a subtle lift. Ingredients: Rosemary, winter savory, thyme, marjoram, black pepper, and mace.

MAPLE MAGIC: This spicy, smoky, sweet pepper blend is perfect for steak, sweet potatoes, and winter squash. Our Maple Magic blend brings together black, green, white, and pink peppercorns, maple granules, smoked sea salt, and coriander to give your food a distinctly New England lift.

MEXICAN SEASONING: Try this seasoning for tacos, fajitas, and chili. Great sprinkled on avocado toast or mixed into a vinaigrette for a delicious salad dressing or marinade. For tacos, use 3-4 teaspoons of seasoning plus 1/2-1 teaspoon of salt per pound of ground meat or tofu. Ingredients: Paprika, garlic powder, cayenne, oregano, cumin, black pepper, onion powder, ancho chili.

ON THE LAMB:  On the Lamb melds the perfect mix of herbs into a subtle blend for flavoring your favorite lamb recipes, or try it sprinkled over a salad of mixed greens and citrus fruit.. Ingredients: Rosemary, mint, summer savory, thyme, marjoram, and parsley.Quick tips: Mix On the Lamb with chopped garlic and Dijon mustard; brush over a leg of lamb or lamb chops before cooking.

PICKLING SPICE:  Classic pickling spice for dill pickles and other sour pickles. Use 1-2 Tbsp per pint of pickles. Did you know that it's really easy to make quick pickles with lots of different kinds of veggies? Our basic recipe per pint of quick pickles is to make a brine of 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar + 1 Tbsp kosher salt, heated until the salt is dissolved. Remove from heat and add 1 cup ice water. Put 1-2 Tbsp pickling spice in the bottom of a pint jar, pack with sliced veggies, add brine up to the top so all veggies are covered. Cap securely and turn the jar back and forth to distribute the spices. Refrigerate and wait for 24 hours, and then enjoy! Quick pickles will last in your fridge for several months, if you can resist eating them all right away! Ingredients: Mustard seed, dill seed, allspice, coriander, red pepper flakes, bay leaves, black, green, white and pink peppercorns.

PSEUDO SALT: All-purpose seasoning blend that is delicious on almost anything. This mix will bring out major flavors in your food with out added salt. Ingredients: Onion powder, oregano, winter savory, marjoram, garlic powder, basil, bay leaves, rosemary, tarragon, thyme, and sage.