Terre Exotique's Harissa Paste is sure to bring a little spice to your cooking! Best used in a marinade or sauce for meats, vegetables, and fish.
Three Peppers - Peppercorn
Made from white, black, and green peppercorn, this spice has a unique flavor. It works wonderfully on pork, in soups, or on top of grilled vegetables! Spice up any dish you add it to!
Indian Curry Paste
Create your favorite curry dishes in your kitchen! Enhance your cream sauces with the spicy hot flavor and bright color of this curry paste.
Making paella will be a snap with this seasoning! La Dalia Paella has a wonderful combination of seasonings to create the perfect paella dish! Bring coastal Spanish cuisine right into your kitchen!
Red Kampot Pepper (Cambodia) - Peppercorn
After a 30 year absence, the Red Kampot Pepper is once again being produced by local farmers. This unique pepper is sure to impress!
Madagascar Pink Peppercorn
A native of Madagascar, the pink berry is not a true pepper. It is commonly known as the pink peppercorn. You can definitely get creative with this peppercorn! With a softer texture and slightly woody flavor it is perfect for any salmon dish!
Marinated in a blend of red wine, Merlot and Cabernet, this salt from "Ile de Re" is of the highest quality. It's the perfect compliment to any type of red meat. Or bring a new flavor and bright color to a potato puree. The possibilities are endless!
Traditional Indian cuisine becomes a breeze when you use this Tandoori Paste! It can be used as a rub or in a marinade. Take your tandoori chicken to the next level!
Penja White Pepper
A rare spice that is cultivated in the valley of Penja in Cameroon. The white pepper is especially fine. Use it in sauces or cream soup! It will compliment any dish you can create!
Frost Salt (Egypt)
Between the oasis of Bahariya and the city of Qasr el Farafra, deep in the white Egyptian desert is a hidden salt quarry left by a 70 million year old sea. Discovered by a Beadouin father and son, this unique salt has different texture. It is extremely dry with a higher melting temperature making it possible to give your culinary creations an extra flair!