Onion Salt Vs. Onion Powder: SPICEography Showdown

onion powder vs onion salt

Onion powder and onion salt both make it easy to add the flavor onion to dishes. A dash of one or the other can turn a bland dish into something flavorful and enjoyable. Both spices are affordable and easy to find in addition to being widely available. Aside from their obvious similarities, are there any important differences? Can you use them in the same dishes? We will provide some answers below in this installment of SPICEography Showdown.

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Garlic Powder Vs Garlic Salt: SPICEography Showdown

Garlic Powder vs Garlic Salt

Garlic powder and garlic salt both allow you to add garlic to a dish conveniently and quickly. They are easy to find and are popular with American cooks. Are there any important differences between the two? Do they have different effects on dishes? Can you use them in the same way? We will answer these questions and more in another SPICEography Showdown.

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Celery Seed Vs. Celery Salt: SPICEography Showdown

Celery Seed Vs Celery Salt

Both celery seed and celery salt can provide your food with concentrated celery flavor. In both cases, you will be able to get an intense burst of flavor but without the fibrous bulk of celery leaves and stalks. If you are trying to choose between these two spices, you may be wondering if their flavors are the same or if you can use one in place of the other. In this installment of SPICEography Showdown, we will compare celery seed and celery salt to help you decide which to use.

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Cumin Seeds Vs. Ground Cumin: SPICEography Showdown

Cumin Seed Vs Ground Cumin

Cumin is an essential ingredient that many may recognize from its use in both Indian and Mexican cuisines. The spice’s flavors are pungent and are among the most distinctive elements in both curries and burritos. Cumin seeds come from a plant in the parsley family and you can use them whole or ground. In each of those forms, the spice offers specific qualities and different ways that you can use it. To get the best value from cumin, you should consider questions such as: do the whole seeds and the ground spice have different flavors? Alternatively, can whole cumin seeds and ground cumin be used in the same ways? We provide the answers to those questions and more in this installment of SPICEography Showdown.

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