Spices, Spices, Spices…. So many, so little time.
It has been sometime now that the ‘wheels have been turning’ and about time I say! I’ve been working on adding a separate page to my blog describing the spices I use in my kitchen. On this page, called My Spice Cupboard, I’d like to incorporate a list of spices, as well as a description of each spice, one spice post at a time. Therefore building My Spice Cupboard (not yet up) over a period of time.
Anyway this is how My Spice Cupboard came into being…A few weeks back I began my quest – writing, researching, planning and taking endless photos of various spices. Let me tell you it was great! But I felt rather overwhelmed by the whole scenario that lay before me.
There are heaps amongst heaps of spices intergrated in Indian cooking, some simple and effective, and then some more complex and vibrant. After teaching several cooking classes, I wondered to myself that maybe, just maybe, you may feel a little perplexed if I introduced them to you all at once.
However, I do understand that everyone has different levels of knowledge regarding spices, some may know more or some may not and that is perfectly alright.
Over the next several posts, I will introduce these pantry delights one at a time and share what I have learned over the years from my Mum, Grandmas and other sources too. I will continue to post recipes for my awesome readers who appreciate that aspect of my blog too.
I’m absolutely thrilled to share my ‘know how’ of spices with you in a simple and less confusing manor.
For the Love of Ghee, please share your thoughts here. I love hearing from you 🙂