Ethnic Chicago 2 Gift Box
Ethnic Chicago Neighborhoods Spice Blends Gift Box 2
Chicago neighborhood ethnic spice blends are featured in this gift box; four of our very popular Chicago seasonings, each created to reflect a Chicago neighborhood and its ethnic background. All seasonings are mixed here in our store fresh weekly, to give you the highest quality flavor. Each blend is designed for versatility in its cooking uses-- between the four, you can make delicious beef, poultry, fish, pork, pasta, rice, vegetable, egg, salad, or soup dishes. A complete brochure accompanies this box, listing ingredients, suggestions for use, and an explanation for the ethnic name.
This gift box features the following hand mixed seasonings:
Bridgeport Seasoning As early as the 1800s, this neighborhood was famous for its Irish heritage. Naturally, this seasoning is one of our best for potatoes. With its savory herb and cheese flavor, Bridgeport seasoning is also good on chicken or fish, eggs or steamed vegetables. Add to flour or breadcrumbs for tasty breaded chicken, chops or fish.
Back of the Yards Garlic-Pepper Butcher's Rub This mixture of coarser spices is known as a “butcher’s rub,” designed to flavor almost any meat. In addition to its wonderful garlic-pepper flavor, we have jazzed this blend up with some colorful green herbs and red bell peppers. A great grilling spice for any meat: chops, ribs, steaks, poultry. Besides being perfect for steaks, try it on broiled lake perch or even added to salad dressings.
Ukrainian Village Seasoning Our favorite all-purpose vegetable seasoning. A blend of the old-country standbys of black pepper, onion, salt, and garlic mixed with a touch of the new-country red and green bell peppers. Delicious on eggs and chicken, or in buttermilk/sour cream mixtures for ranch-style salad dressings. Great seasoning for potato salad. Roll new potatoes in oil and Ukrainian seasoning, and the potato skin becomes really delicious!
Pilsen Latino Seasoning Named for an area of Chicago with a strong Hispanic/Latino population, this blend has some zest! A good amount of chile pepper dominates this mixture, making it terric for salsa, chicken, beans, burritos, rice and beef.