Spices and Supper mixes

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Our collection of spice mixes provide the right seasonings for soups, stamppots/mashes potato dishes, goulashes, meats and casseroles:

Silvo Spices come in approximately 40 gm single use envelopes

  • Gehakt kruiden – spices and breadcrumbs for seasoning 1 pound of hamburger. Also available with tuinkruiden/garden herbs; uitjes/onions; paprika or with stroganoff seasoning.
  • Sauercraut – for sourcraut and potatoes
  • Boerenkool – for potato and kale stamppot
  • Hutspot for carrots, onions and potato stamppot

Verstegen spices – come in a multi-use shaker format and most  do not contain MSG. Most contain salt but as indicated some are available without.

  • Gehakt spices for hamburger: use 1-2 tsp + 1 crushed rusk for 1 lb of hamburger.  For meatball soup, roll in 1 inch balls and drop in boiling water seasoned with a Honig herb sachet. For entree use roll into 2-3 inch balls, saute and serve with potatoes. (Available without salt)
  • Kip/Chicken – mix 1 tsp spices with 1/4 cup flour & coat chicken before frying. For baked chicken dust as above, brush with oil and bake 30-40 minutes @ 425 degees F. Available without salt.
  • Karbonade/Pork Chops – spices and bread crumbs ready for “shake and bake”
  • Speklapjes/pork seasonings – gives pork cutlets an old-fashioned taste
  • Rundvlees or Vlees – for beef. Available without salt
  • Marinade spices  – a multipurpose seasoning mix
  • …..To marinade pork or chicken: mix 1 tsp spice with 1/4 cup lemon juice, 2 Tbsp ketjap manis/Indonesian soya sauce, 1/2 cup oil.  For beef substitute red wine vinegar for lemon juice.
  • …..Spicy meatballs: mix 1-2 tsp spice mix, 1 crushed rusk with ground beef and/or pork. Roll into 1 inch balls and bake 30 minutes at 375 degrees F
  • …..Chinese meatballs: glaze spicy meatballs with the following sauce: 2 Tbsp Conimex Ketjap Manis/soya sauce, 1 Tbsp brown sugar, 1 tsp ginger, 1 tbsp cornstarch in 1 cup pineapple juice/water. Bring to boil and add water if too thick.  Mix with meatballs, pineapple, stir fried green pepper and onion strips
  • Shoarma/Lamb seasonings – Fill Pita bread with seasoned lamb and veggies for a quick healthy meal. (contains MSG)
  • Cajun – a spicy meat especially good for down south cooking.  Great sprinkled on home made french fries for fry truck taste at home.
  • Ei – Egg spices to sprinkle on an omlet or on scrambled eggs
  • Vis – Fish seasonings

Honig Mixes

  • Kapucijners – seasonings for traditional marrowfat bean dinner
  • Hachee – seasonings for potato hash dinner
  • Macaroni & Spaghetti – Italian sauce seasonings
  • Spaghetti/Bolognese – Another Italian sauce seasoning available on order
  • Groente Saus – a gently seasoned herb sauce for vegetables
  • Allesbinder – sauce and gravy thickener that can be added to hot stock

Hungarian spices and seasonings

  • Gulyaskrem csemege or csipos -goulash creme (sweet or hot)
  • Paprika paste (hot or sweet)
  • Edes Anna -crushed paprika mild
  • Eros Pista -crushed paprika (very hot)
  • ground paprika hot and sweet
  • cinnamon
  • black pepper
  • Gulyasleves kocka -goulash soup seasoning
  • fish soup seasoning

Dipping Olive Oils & Vinegars

  • Monari Federzoni of Modena Balsamic vinegar read more
  • Maille Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Maille Wine Vinegar with Tarragon flavour
  • Kuhne Salata seasoned vinegar dressing
  • International Collection Oils read more  Cottage Omelet Recipe click here

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2 thoughts on “Spices and Supper mixes

    • Hi Stephan, the best method is to follow the trail of import and distribution. Contact Silvo at consumentenservice@silvo.nl. Ask them who is distributing their product in the UK. Once you have the contact into of the distributor, you should be able to get a list of who is selling it in your area. If you find that there is no retail option at a convenient distance, then I would pursue Verstegen gehakt kruiden. You can do a similar inquiry at info@verstegen.nl. Since Verstegen gehakt kruiden do not contain the breadcrumbs they would be cheaper to have shipped from another area of the UK. In either case I do not know how fast these consumer services are at responding to these types of inquiries. I recently contacted Barry’s Tea in Ireland and was pleasantly surprised at how quickly they connected me with their Canadian distributor. But if you do not hear back at a reasonable time, you can check their websites for phone numbers. Good luck!

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