They recently introduced a new spice kit to their range - The Low Calorie Spice Kit (RRP $35.00)
It includes the following spices:
- Lemon & Herb Pepper
- Ras El Hanout
- Greek Seasoning
- Mild Curry Powder
- Berbere Spice Mix
The kit also includes 13 delicious recipes most of which are paleo and primal friendly. To give you an idea, I have included one of them below which utilises the Ras El Hanout 'Top of the Shop' spice - An exotic blend of 23 different spices, including saffron.
Cauliflower, Currant & Almond Paleo Couscous
300g cauliflower florets
1 tbsp currants
1tbsp flaked almonds
1 tsp fresh mint, finely chopped
1 tsp olive oil ( or coconut oil)
1 tsp Herbies Ras el Hanout spice mix
2 tsp preserved lemon, very finely chopped
salt to taste
Process cauliflower in a food processor until it resembles fine rice like grains, similar to couscous.
Add currants, almonds, mint and preserved lemon and stir to combine. Season to taste and serve. Can be served hot or cold.
To win one of Herbies new Low Calorie Spice Kits - Please leave a comment telling us which spice couldn't live without and why. Don't forget to leave a valid email address so we can get in contact with you. Enter as many times as you like.
The winner will be drawn on Saturday 4 July 2015. The winner will be announced on The Food Mentalist blog, Facebook & Twitter pages and contacted via email shortly after.
Competition is open to Australian residents only.