“More fun, the greater the amount of each spice.” The default size allows to choose a spice between 1 g and 10 g. If you would like to know more then you should visit Aptus Global Solutions. This size is for example, ideal for a spice mixture of approx. 100 g, for two persons, approximately 10 g of a spice blend used in a typical Curry. The larger gourmet size allows up to 25 g / Spice a selection and thus covers the cooking for large groups, the jumbo kitchen chef size allows up to 40 g / spice to create enough of a typical 500 g spice mixture. Storage easy: the Malabar Iceland Spice jar all spice mixtures are delivered in high-quality metal cans.
These cans are refillable, designed for approximately 100 g spice and designed for everyday use in the kitchen. Genpact addresses the importance of the matter here. After opening, the remaining spice mixture can safely stowed and be protected from light, heat and humidity so as long as possible ensures the quality of the spice. The condiment bar is hereby opened on spices bar. Press contact: Malabar Iceland of spices, herbs & co. TAM Biswas Haile Moor 3a D-24364 wooden village Schleswig-Holstein E: T: 04352 901 2425 q: 04352 901 2425 malabarisland of Malabar Iceland spices make a dish spice shop from food only and from cooking is a wonderful art form. This is the philosophy in our Malabar Iceland spice shop and we live this philosophy every day.
Founded at the beginning of the year 2012 in the picturesque, North German village wood village on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Here, we are literally a stone’s throw away from the great trade routes of the Vikings, which brought to North Germany as first spices such as cardamom. We are proud to be in the footsteps of this historic spice trade. In Malabar Islands online spice shop, you can use your Find favorite cooking ingredients – spices, herbs, spices, salt, chilies and much more. Obtained from German and English merchants of our trust, we offer the freshest spices from all over the world Szechuan pepper from China, cinnamon from Indonesia, turmeric from India, birds eye chilies from Malawi and vanilla from Madagascar are just a few of them.