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Spices (smoked paprika, ancho chile, habanero powder), coconut palm sugar, Himalayan pink salt, sunflower oil.
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Reviews For Fire Spice, Spicy & Sweet Seasoning
Based on 7 Reviews
I know calorie counting isn't the "Paleo way" but I still do it. When I find something low or no calorie that can boost the flavors of what I prepare, I'm thrilled. Fire Spice is VERY hot and has a hint of sweet that precedes the heat. I've added it to many things, including fresh cut strawberries. Awesome. Although I'm early into my bottle, I've ordered a second to add to a gift. If you have a courageous palette, I encourage you to try it!
I bought the entire suite of Spice Cave spices and they are our go-to when cooking anything. They are all incredible and perfect combinations for the recommended uses.
The best remedy for marital bliss
I am a big wimp when it comes to spice. I'll just say it. This has been the perfect addition to add to the rotation. My sweetie and I use the Land or Wind on our meats, and then add a touch of Fire to my portion and a wisp to my own. No more marinades that are too spicy for me and boring for him.
I really like that Spice Cave's spices don't have any extra fillers or junk. And I live in the middle of nowhere, so good spices are hard to find.
Nice sweet heat
I frequently use cayenne and dried red chiles in cooking; crushed red pepper is my standby. I like spicy pasta, sauces, vegetables, and meat marinades, so Fire is my new favorite spice. Tried it on hashbrowns and fried onions, elevated simple to delicious. Looking forward to how we can use it for Cuban, Spanish, Mexican, and Indian cooking.
Fire is uniquely daring. It has just enough spice to deliver a punch of satisfaction paired with a sweet after sensation. This spice can literally go on and be paired with any of the other Spice Cave flavors to deliver a sense of boldness in your meal. Each Spice from the Spice Cave has its own distinctiveness. It’s even better that you can combine different spices to get you a flavor that’s exciting, healthy and delicious. I’ve used Fire with each other Spice cave seasoning and every dish has turned out fantastic.
- Brooke Keasler
Let it burn - this spice is ON fire!
The first things I noticed with fire is that it has a smokey smell that emerges from the bottle as soon as you crack the seal. Once my chicken was out of the oven and I was able to carve into I really got to experience how great this blend is.
I'll say the smoke flavor is very present, but not overwhelming and not the main note you get with this spice blend. It has a sweet flavor to start which gives way to a lot of heat, and that heat lasts.
The more you eat, and I guess this makes sense, the hotter it gets, but never to the point of uncomfortably hot - and each bite starts out sweet and light to kind of ease you into it.
The spice blend is good on its own, but where it really sets ablaze is when you mix it with one of the other Spice Cave blends. I used it with the Sea blend on some Tilapia and the two together gave me the exact flavor I was looking for.
- Nick H
Bomb on roasted sweet potatoes or butternut squash! We also made spicy citrus salmon (used Fire and Sea) and it was perfect. I like how you can mimx & match the blends together to create different flavor combinations.
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