- Spices pack a powerful flavour punch without adding any fat or Calories.
- Adding spices, herbs and seasonings to your food for a flavour boost can help you feel more satisfied.
- Food loaded with flavour will stimulate your taste buds and be more satisfying so you won't feel you need to eat as much.
- Try spicy curries, plenty of garlic, paprika, chillies and other strong spices. Indian and Asian recipes are often ideal, simply substitute rices and high carbohydrate vegetables like potato with allowable vegetables for a delicious meal.
Here are a couple of yummy spices which you can use to flavour and add variety to your healthy meals and snacks. We hope they're not too hot for you! Experiment with different spices and find out what your favourites are!
Cajun is a rich blend of chilli powder, herbs and spices, is perfect with chicken, steak or salmon. You can either mix with a little oil and use to marinade whole or sliced chicken breasts before cooking or Sprinkle over chicken breasts towards the end of cooking. Cajun spices are delicious on steak, salmon and roasts.
Piri Piri seasoning is a hot and spicy Portuguese blend with crushed chillies, spices and citrus peel. It is ideal for adding mouthwatering flavour and chilli heat to chicken, prawns and fish. Mix with a little lemon juice and olive oil to create a marinade for chicken, prawns, steak or pork or you can sprinkle over chicken or salmon towards the end of cooking.
Steak House Pepper
Steakhouse Pepper contains pepper, onion, garlic and chillies, brings out the flavour of a good steak and adds interest to a plain hamburger. Steak House Pepper can be sprinkled over steak, pork or chicken breasts towards the end of cooking or can be added to grilled or sautéed mushrooms.
All of the seasonings mentioned are suitable for vegetarians.