Poudre à Soupes (Soups)

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Poudre à Soupes (Soups)

Technical guide

Ingredients Cumin, cinnamon, coriander, spices
Origin Original creation
Net weight 30 g
Storage / Use In a cool, dark, dry place.
Price incl. tax €8.80

To season soups for all ages and stages.

Recommendations Stir in a few teaspoons before blending the cooked vegetables into a creamy soup or potage.

Perfume

Sweetly fragrant, and mild, thanks to the subtle combination of cumin, coriander, and cinnamon.

The words of Olivier Roellinger

I envisioned Poudre à Soupes as a spice blend to season soups for all ages and stages. A mixture of cumin, cinnamon, and coriander forms a base that enhances the tastes of a celeriac purée or a carrot-potato potage and heightens the flavors of all the vegetable medleys that warm up cold winter evenings.

Pepper is the only spice that is ever used on its own. Throughout the world, whenever spices are mentioned for a given cuisine, they are talked about in terms of spice blends. These are often based on combinations of coriander, cumin, and cinnamon because of their combined effects on the nose and palate.
Soup Powder incorporates this timeless blend which figures in all the spice combinations around the world, as well as my own. I use the three the way an artist uses primary colors.