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Terre Exotique’s gingerbread spice blend gives a gentle warmth to biscuits, cakes and fruit tarts. Made with cinnamon, cardamom, fennel and ginger, this spiced mix has a delicate aroma and flavour.
It’s excellent used to make homemade gingerbread biscuits, however you can also use it in cream sauces for pan-fried fish, as a dry rub for lamb, or stir through custard mixes to make a spiced ice cream to serve with apple tarts.
About Terre Exotique
Terre Exotique works directly with hundreds of specialist farmers and producers around the world – to bring the very best peppers, spices and salts to our tables. The company was founded by Erwann de Kerros, a Breton and seasoned traveller. After tasting pepper in the Penja plantation in Cameroon, Kerros yearned to try other specialist peppers and spices – and Terre Exotique was born.
The company works closely with farmers to preserve natural habitats, and to ensure a sustainable income for local communities. Each spice is carefully packed in tins or glass jars – with no plastic. The metal tins preserve the flavours and aroma of your spice, by protecting them from sunlight. So the ingredients stay at their best for longer.
Ingredients: Cinnamon, coriander, anise, fennel, ginger, cloves, green cardamom, nutmeg, black pepper.
Storage: Keep at room temperature in a dry place
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