Ideas for Adding Flavour to Your Food Dried and fresh herbs, spices, fruit, vegetables or other strongly flavoured foods may be used in cooking to bring out the flavour of dishes. They can be useful if for example, you are experiencing some loss of taste. Avoid spicy or acidic flavours if your mouth is sore.
Allspice, tarragon, tartar sauce, lime, salsa, bay leaves, cayenne pepper, dill, parsley, lemon juice, curry powder
Dill, garlic, ginger, marjoram, paprika, parsley, tarragon, orange, lemon, oregano, Cajun spice, curry paste, pesto, cook in sauces, cranberry.
Basil, fennel, marjoram, mint, onion, apricots, rosemary, redcurrant, garlic, soya sauce.
Coves, garlic, ginger, sage, thyme, apple, pineapple, soya sauce, mustard, apricot, leek.
Bay leaves, black pepper, chilli, tomato, mustard, horseradish, Worcester sauce, garlic, peppercorn.
Tarragon, bay leaves.
Omelette or scrambled egg
Cayenne or black pepper, chilli, chives, paprika, tarragon, green/red pepper, cheese, tomato, bacon, parsley.
Strong cheese, bay leaves, black pepper, dill, garlic, mint, nutmeg, parsley, onion, yoghurt, chives, chilli powder, Cajun spice, mixed herbs.
Bay leaves, cardamom, coriander, garlic, turmeric, nutmeg, green/red pepper, egg, saffron, stock cubes.
Pesto and other stir through sauces, garlic, basil, black pepper, tomato, strong cheese, stock cubes.
Soya sauce, stock cubes, stir in sauces.
Dill, oregano, basil, black pepper, yoghurt, lemon juice, olives, chives, dressings, fruit e.g. orange, apple, nectarine, feta or blue cheese, vinaigrette, mayonnaise.
Black pepper, lemon, mint, gravy.apple, nectarine, feta or blue cheese, vinaigrette, mayonnaise.
Thyme, black pepper, cumin, orange juice.
Peppers, tomato, courgette, sweet potato
Roasted in the oven with oil and garlic or herbs.