We do our best to use everything in our kitchen and reduce food waste as much as possible. The next time you've finished juicing a lemon, consider reserving the rind. Gently scrape off the pith (the white flesh under the peel) and leave the lemon skin to dry. You can then use the dried peels for this delicious spice mix (or in a variety of teas). Enjoy!
Whole black peppercorns Dried Lemon peel Dried Onion Dried Thyme Coriander Seeds - we recommend toasting the coriander seeds!
Link to Recipe https://www.thespruceeats.com/lemon-pepper-spice-mix-336064
Ways To Use This Spice Mix This spice rub is particularly good with chicken and lamb, but can also be used on pork and beef. It's also lovely on rice as a side dish to simple fish entrées. We love this Crispy Rhubarb Lemon Chicken Bake recipe which involves tossing the crisped rhubarb in Lemon Pepper Spice Mix. We're also excited to try a Lemon Pepper Pork Stir Fry. Lemon Pepper is also a classic flavour for chicken wings, and can make a tasty addition to lamb! It's also a tasty addition to homemade burger patties and pasta. Even a little bit on grilled steak can add a new dimension to your red meat feast.
Side dishes: This pairs really well with a spinach, berry and goat cheese salad. Wine Gewurztaminer & Rosé Champagne - especially with fried chicken wings Cabernet Sauvignon & Sauvignon Blanc - especially with chicken Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Shriaz, Zinfandel - especially with lamb Sangiovese - especially with steak Tea Black tea, Keemun - especially with beef and lamb Darjeeling - especially with chicken Pu-erh - especially with fried chicken and stir fries