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Grinding herbs is a common way to use them in recipes. Step 1: Place Spices in the Skillet We'll start with a frequently used herb and spice blend: bay leaves coriander and cumin seeds.
Top Tips on Toasting and Grinding Spices For Fabulous Flavours and Superb Aromas! Dry toasting and grinding spices is the key to getting the most flavour out of your ingredients and into your home cooked recipes. These simple techniques can make the difference between a very good meal and an absolute smash hit!
A pepper mill grinder is excellent for grinding small amounts of grain spices like cumin seeds peppercorns coriander and fennel seeds. You probably have one for your dining table or the one that comes with black pepper. Also keep in mind that a small-sized pepper mill may not grind big spices.
Below are some spice blends to get you started on your grinding journey. With the exception of Chinese five-spice powder (which has a specific recipe) all of these combos can be augmented to suit your personal taste. I rarely measure my spice blends and simply eyeball the quantities to suit the moment.
A pinch of this spice a dash of that one and just a little of another and they can grind up quickly and easily. You'll want to choose a mortar that has a rough bottom. The material it is made of can also make a big difference depending on what you're grinding. Granite works best for hard spices and choose ceramic for grinding small amounts.