Blue Mountain Valley Farms Spices

A chipotle or chilpotle is a smoked-dried jalapeño. Spice up your chili, tacos, quesadillas, and other Mexican dishes.

A common ingredient in pickling, celery seed can be used in tomato juice, salads, fish, eggs or meat dishes. Stir some in your coleslaw or potato salad for extra zest.

Great for pickling, but commonly used for classic corned beef and cabbage.

Mix with butter to create onion butter to use on vegetables. Mix into biscuit or bread batters, salad dressings, and any recipe where the easy dispersion of an onion flavor is desired.

Arrowroot flour is used in confectionaries as a thickening agent to make cakes, gels, mousse; and in kitchens to prepare soups, sauces, dressings, gravies, etc.

Parsley is the world's most popular herb. Use it in salads, soups, sauces, vegetable sautés, and grilled fish.

Thyme is a wonderful addition to bean, egg, and vegatable dishes.

Tarragon can be used in sauces for fish or chicken, in mushroom or chicken soups, in vegetables and many varieties of salads such a potato, tuna, egg, pasta, and chicken.


Bring great flavor to your meals without the salt!

Add ground coriander to pancake and waffle mixes to give them a Middle Eastern flavor, or put in a pepper mill and keep on the dinner table to use anytime.

Use allspice in the preparation of soups, barbecue sauces, rice dishes, and pickling. Mixed with other spices, it can be used as a rub to marinate chicken, fish, and meats.

Add thyme to your favorite pasta sauce recipe. Season soups, stocks, and beans by adding fresh thyme.

Add sesame seeds to your homemade bread, muffins, or cookie batter. They are an added touch to steamed broccoli sprinkled with lemon juice.

Nutty and pleasant in taste, poppy seeds are widely used in stuffings, rolls, bagels, sweet breads, biscuits, and cakes.

A unique blend of spices, you can use this seasoning to add zest to any food.

Dried bell pepper can be used as a substitute in any recipe that calls for fresh bell peppers. Use it in stuffing, meatloaf, omelets, soups, sauces and many other dishes.

Made with salt, garlic, and parsley, use this spice blend in casseroles, breading, vegetables, meats, fish, and chicken. Enhances soups, sauces and gravies.

Celery salt can be used as a table seasoning or in cooking to complement vegetables, creams, meats, and starches. Try it on popcorn or to spice up a bland salad.

This herb can add a unique flavor to many foods from vegetables to seafood to breads and dips. And of course, pickles!

With Ground Mustard, you can easily make your own mustard by adding wine, vinegar, or water along with herbs and spices to make your own unique taste.