Spices, Sauces, Dressings, Oh My!
Open up a new, tasty world of food. This free printable is jam packed with:
8 Spice Blends to have on hand to add to your lunch prep
8 Sauces to switch up any pressure cooker meal
8 Salad Dressings to make salads enjoyable
Never have a boring, bland meal again!
I made these as an easy to read printable so you can hang them inside of your spice cabinet for easy access and quick cooking.
Consider adding it when you’re looking for a spice mix that’s earthy, savory, and tangy, all in one. If you’re not going to be heating up za’atar in the cooking process, you can bring out the most flavor by blooming it in hot oil or butter. Heat the fat in a small skillet, take it off the heat, and add the za’atar—then drizzle over popcorn or toast.
Seven Pepper Spice
Also known as Shichimi Togarashi, this popular Japanese seasoning combines seven distinct spices, including chilies, nori flakes, orange peel and sesame seed into one unique spice blend. You can stir Japanese Seven Spice into traditional miso and ramen soups or sprinkle it on grilled meats, seafood and stir-fry.
Thai Peanut Sauce
A favorite for adding to stir frys to get the perfect tasting dinner every time. Feel free to substitute the peanut butter for sunflower butter as well!
Korma is an Indian blend of spices usually milder in spice and can be used as a thick sauce or glaze.
Honey Adobo Dressing
Typically seen as a spice rub, this is actually a dressing that is out of this world.
Creamy Tahini Dressing
Tahini is a paste made from toasted, ground sesame seeds. It has a light, nutty flavor. Making this the perfect dressing for any salad.
Cilantro Garlic Sauce and Dressing
This recipe is so good you can use it as a sauce or a dressing! The perfect go to for a mix of familiar flavors.