Spices/Herbs A-C (14)
McCormick Bay Leaves, 0.12 oz, $5.29
McCormick hand-selects its bay leaves from Turkish-grown bay trees, a member of the laurel family. Indispensable to most cuisines, especially French, Mediterranean and Indian, they add robust flavor all kinds of meat and vegetable dishes, soups and sauces. Our Bay Leaves have a tea-like flavor and minty aroma that add depth to slow-cooked dishes. They release their flavor slowly, so add them at the beginning of the cooking time. Just be sure to remove them before serving. Prized for their savory flavor, bay leaves are essential in recipes for roast chicken or turkey, pot roast, soups and stews. They enrich bean dishes, tomato sauces, pickling liquids and marinades. Add bay leaves to the water for boiling potatoes when making mashed potatoes.
McCormick Cinnamon Sticks, 0.75 oz, $5.99
Cinnamon comes from the inner bark of the trunk of the tropical cinnamon tree. As the harvested bark dries, it curls up into quills or sticks. Hand-selected McCormick Cinnamon Sticks add sweet warmth and spicy aroma to hot beverages, curries & slow-cooked stews. The slightly spicy and comforting aroma of cinnamon reminds us of winter holidays and family gatherings. To add warmth to festive beverages, use a stick as a stirrer for coffee & hot cocoa or simmer it in apple cider or mulled red wine. Cinnamon sticks infuse slow-cooked stews, braised short ribs, Indian curries and Vietnamese pho noodle soup with rich fragrance and flavor. Place a stick in the pot to add sweetness when poaching fruit or cooking applesauce, rice pudding or oatmeal.
McCormick Chives - Freeze Dried, 0.16 oz, $5.89
McCormick Chives are freeze-dried at peak freshness for vibrant flavor, color and aroma, and packaged in our FlavorSealed™ bottle to ensure long-lasting fresh flavor. With chives this good, you'll want more than a sprinkle - they're perfect for stirring into potatoes, dips and salad dressings. Chives' mild onion flavor is well suited for all your meals. At breakfast, add to omelets, quiches and chive cream cheese spread for bagels. Potato salad and tuna salad get garden-fresh flavor from chives. At dinnertime, chive seasoning enhances meat, seafood, mashed potatoes, pastas and vegetables. It also makes a pleasing green garnish for party foods like deviled eggs and onion dip. Use 1 tsp. freeze-dried chives for 2 tsp. chopped fresh chives. Packaging may vary.
McCormick Caraway Seed - Whole, 0.9 oz, $4.69
One of the world's oldest cultivated spices, caraway is a relative of the carrot family. At McCormick® we carefully select our whole caraway seeds to ensure that they have bright, earthy flavor with a hint of licorice - a must for breads, pork, stews and pickling brines. Bite into a hearty slice of rye or Irish soda bread and you'll immediately recognize the flavor of caraway - warm, sweet and slightly biting. Tannish brown and crescent-shaped, caraway seed is staple seasoning of Eastern European cuisine. It brings earthy flavor to savory recipes for goulash, borscht, sausages, potatoes and cabbage dishes. It adds a warm, sweet taste to spice cakes, cookies and scones. Toast the seeds before using to heighten the nutty, bittersweet flavor.
McCormick Cinnamon - Ground, 2.37 oz, $3.49
One of the world's oldest spices, cinnamon is also one of the most popular - and for good reason! It brings deep, warm sweetness to so many dishes - from gingerbread cookies and pumpkin pie to sweet potatoes and spice rubs. McCormick Ground Cinnamon is aged up to 15 years for rich flavor. It's perfect for both sweet and savory recipes. Add our premium ground cinnamon to cinnamon rolls or French toast for a Christmas breakfast treat, or sprinkle it on the Thanksgiving pecan pie or apple pie. Use to enhance savory dishes like chili, couscous or butternut squash, or to add a nuanced sweetness to meat rubs or baked ham. Add a dash of cinnamon (or a cinnamon stick) to coffee, cider, cocoa or chai tea for spicy warmth the whole family will enjoy. Packaging may vary.
McCormick Chili Powder, 2.5 oz, $2.99
Want to get your next pot of homemade chili off to a super-delicious start? Start with McCormick Chili Powder: a complex blend of ripe peppers, garlic and spices. It'll add earthy depth to any Mexican, Tex-Mex or Southwestern dish. For vibrant flavor, color and aroma, we've blended fire-roasted chili peppers, garlic and spices like cumin and oregano. And, our FlavorSealed™ bottle ensures the spices have long-lasting fresh flavor. When it's family chili night, use our chili powder to prepare any type of chili, from ground beef chili and Texas-style chili con carne to turkey chili and vegetarian chili. Accompany with favorite fix-ins, like sour cream and shredded cheese, or serve the chili on top of chili dogs, tacos or nachos. Packaging may vary.
McCormick Celery Salt, 4 oz, $6.39
A classic blend of celery seed and salt, McCormick Celery Salt adds zest to your favorite recipes. It brings fresh flavor to salads and dips. Our celery salt always starts with whole celery seeds. It adds a crisp celery flavor to your favorite summertime dishes like cucumber salad with dill, deviled eggs, and mayo-based chicken, tuna, pasta and potato salad. It also makes a great coleslaw seasoning. For delicious savory taste your family will love, use our celery salt on roast meats and poultry or meatloaf. Replace plain salt with our homestyle blend of dried celery seed and salt in soups and stews. Celery salt is a must in tomato juice and homemade Bloody Marys. For an extra layer of flavor and texture, use it to rim the beverage glass. Packaging may vary.
McCormick Celery Seed - Whole, 0.95 oz, $5.99
McCormick® Celery Seeds are hand-selected for their distinct celery flavor. The seeds are brown in color with a mild crunch and a warm, earthy taste and aroma that enhances seafood, salads, dressings and brines. Celery seed is the dried seed of a wild variety of celery called smallage which is not the vegetable we are all familiar with. Grilling season is a great time to have a jar of whole celery seed on hand. Add to barbecue sauce and spice rubs for grilled or smoked meats. Use to season coleslaw and other picnic salads like potato, macaroni, cucumber dill or tuna. Great for pickles, relishes, chutneys and Bloody Mary mixes. The pungent, somewhat bitter flavor of celery seed goes a long way, so start with a pinch.