Did you know that the proper use of good spices and seasoning can enhance the flavor of the dishes you make at home without adding unnecessary fat, sugar, sat, or tons of calories? So tickle your taste buds with spices and herbs that lend a savory taste, sensational colors, and irresistible aroma to every day meals. To get the most of your seasonings, be sure to following these tips:
You might ruin a dish by overwhelming it with too many seasonings. As a general rule, two extremely strong herbs should never be used together. Instead, you can season with one strong spice and another milder flavor for a complementary effect.
You should also store your seasonings properly to ensure that they don’t lose their flavor. Dried spices and herbs are best kept in a cool, dark, and dry, place. Try not to store them next to the stove. Though this is the most convenient position for cooking, it’s not the optimal location because the heat and moisture in that area may destroy flavor. Also make sure to put dry spices and herbs in tightly covered containers.