White Pepper Substitute

White Pepper Substitute

White Pepper Substitute – White pepper is a spice created from berries from the pepper plant, piper nigrum, a perennial flowering vine. You got that right, they’re a fruit. Once the berries are dried they are called peppercorns. The more common black peppercorn...
Substitute For Dill

Substitute For Dill

Substitute For Dill – For the dill weed herb, the dill plant (Anethum graveolens) provides feathery green leaves, while the dill seed spice is produced from small, oval fruits. It’s a celery-related annual herb that likes to replant itself and spread...
Fenugreek Substitute

Fenugreek Substitute

Fenugreek substitute is a challenge to find because of its unique taste. It is a popular spice widely used in curry powder blends such as garam masala. If you have trouble locating this ingredient, or if you are allergic and need a fenugreek substitute, keep reading....
Substitute For Sage

Substitute For Sage

Substitute For Sage Photo by Phillip Larking on Unsplash Sage is a part of the mint family’s evergreen shrub. It features round, dusty, green and woody leaves. Due to their slightly smooth or fluffy appearance and the cotton texture, the slight projections of...
Turmeric Substitute

Turmeric Substitute

Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels Turmeric Substitute Turmeric is a spice produced by a turmeric plant. In Asian cuisine, it is widely used. You’re already familiar with turmeric as the main curry spice. It has a warm, bitter taste and is...
Bay Leaf Substitute

Bay Leaf Substitute

Photo by Svetlana Ponomareva from Pexels Bay Leaf Substitute – Bay leaves come from the laurel plant of the bay, an evergreen shrub that in warm climates grows slowly. The plants are grown and dried for ornamental use and used in cooking. With...