Celery seed is a multi-purpose spice that can be a spice rack secret weapon. Though the celery plant has a very mild taste, the celery seed has an intense flavor. Only a little sprinkle of celery seed will add serious zest to a dip or pickling brine. Keep your spice rack on point with this whole, dried spice.
How To Use Celery Seed
For baking bread: Mix celery seed into bread dough to give it an extra little something.
Add to sauces and dips: Celery seed infuses yogurt dips and creamy dressings with a little oomph. It makes a good addition or alternative to dill.
Dust over fish filets: A simple sprinkle of celery seed adds interesting flavor dimensions to any cut of fish. Season a portion of raw fish with celery seed. You can also add celery seed to a marinade or poaching sauce.
Perfect for pickling Perfect your pickling brine with a little dash of celery seed. Celery seed also fares well in a homemade mustard.
Seasoning for soups Celery seed serves soups and chowders a little extra flavor. Add a teaspoon of celery seed when preparing the soup base or broth.
Serving size 28g (~1 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||59|
1lb bag, 25lb cases