9 Spices You’ll Want to Cook with this Fall
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This warm and aromatic spice is a staple of Indian cuisine and is flavorful in baked goods like shortbread and gingerbread. It pairs well with cinnamon, cloves and chocolate.
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With its mildly-sweet-to-bittersweet flavor, this spice is a nice addition to baked goods like coffee cake and crumbles as well as stews, curries, fruit, squash, oatmeal, pork and beef.
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Ginger’s pungent flavor adds zest to both sweet and savory dishes. Use it in baked goods (gingerbread, anyone?) or add it to stir-fries, curries, hot tea and seafood. It pairs particularly well with garlic.
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This spice is similar in taste to nutmeg but more subtle and delicate. Mace is a nice addition to savory dishes like stews or sausages.
Pumpkin Pie Spice
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A blend of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, cloves, allspice and mace that’s great in pumpkin dishes, squash or baked goods like cookies, muffins and bread—and of course pie.