Mixes

Mixes

Mixes

Mixtures of spices for typical dishes

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  • BBQ 250 grs

    €17.49

    Tomeu Barbacoa is a mixture of organic spices.

    It is used for all types of meat, vegetables and greens. To prevent vegetables from drying out, they should be soaked in water and then marinated with olive oil.

  • Burguer Mix ECO 4 x 10 g

    €4.50

    Organic Darwin Burger Spices.

    Mix of natural spices to prepare Australian-style hamburgers.

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  • Café París

    €3.00
  • Café Paris 250 grs

    €8.80

    Popular spice blend for herb butter. Café Paris is a flavour enhancer for fish, meats, sauces, raw vegetables, burgers, snails and potatoes.

  • En Budi Garam Masala

    €3.00
  • En Guillem d'espècies Jerk ECO 4 x 5g

    €3.00
  • En Pep cajún 4 x 5 g

    €3.00

    In Pep Cajún it is a mixture of Cajun spices with a spicy touch.

    It is ideal for marinades and dressings, potatoes, rice, seafood, fish, meat, chicken, pork, hamburgers, etc. It can also be used in the manufacture of fajitas.

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  • En Tomeu barbacoa 4 x 5 g

    €3.00

    In Tomeu is a mixture of barbecue spices with a spicy touch.

    Its use is for all types of meat, vegetables and vegetables. So that the vegetables do not dry out, they should be put in water and then marinated with olive oil.

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  • Especias caracoles a la mallorquina

    €3.00
  • N'Abdón ras el hanout 4 x 5 g

    €3.00

    N'Abdón is a mixture of organic Ras el Hanout spices with a spicy touch.

    It is used in couscous, as well as for marinating meats, rice, fish and vegetables. It is also used to marinate skewers.

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  • Na Dàlia especias libanesas

    €3.00
  • Na Fátima cous cous eco 4 x 5 g

    €3.00

    Na Fatima is a mixture of organic Cous cous spices with a spicy touch.

    Its use is especially for the preparation of cous cous. As is, for example, the cous cous of vegetables with chicken. To add an extra Arabic touch, raisins will be added when the vegetables and cous cous are mixed in the pan.

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