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Spiceology X Hell's Kitchen


In partnership with Hell’s Kitchen, the popular cooking competition show, these five new blends capture the essence of some of the show’s most viral moments and some of its most well-known dishes.

Do you think you’ve got what it takes to cook with these blends? (Hint: You do.)

Where’s The Lamb Sauce?!

Hell's Kitchen Where's the Lamb Sauce mint, rosemary and balsamic blend

Where’s The Lamb Sauce?! Seasoning

Named after one of the most memorable moments and quotes from Hell’s Kitchen, this herbaceous blend is filled with mint, tarragon, chives, rosemary, oregano, marjoram and parsley, and finished with sweet balsamic powder and molasses.

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Try it on:

Try it on lamb, chicken, white fish, pork, wild game, tofu, roasted root veggies, green beans, asparagus, eggs, salad dressing, rice, and couscous.

Hell's Kitchen Where's the Lamb Sauce ingredients

Smashing Salmon

Hell’s Kitchen Smashing Salmon seasoning

Smashing Salmon Seasoning

This blend turns a notorious negative on the show into a palate-pleasing positive with its acidic miso flavor and strong umami from soy and shiitake mushroom, as well as hints of lemon and ginger for a kick.

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Try it on:

Try it on seafood, chicken, pork, tofu, roasted vegetables, peas, string beans, eggs, fried rice, popcorn, noodles, soups and ramen.

Sir Wellington

Hell’s Kitchen Sir Wellington seasoning

Sir Wellington Seasoning

Based on Hell’s Kitchen’s most famous dish, Beef Wellington, this blend packs mustard, mushroom, shallot, horseradish, Worcestershire, rosemary and thyme into one perfectly balanced blend.

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Try it on:

Try it on beef, chicken, eggs, tofu, brussels sprouts, asparagus, mushrooms, potatoes, and in sauces and gravies.

Vampire Killer

Hell's Kitchen Vampire Killer garlic parmesan blend

Vampire Killer Seasoning

Made for, but not limited to, risotto (one of the chef-slaying dishes on the show), this blend is a delicious mixture of garlic and parmesan, with a hint of umami from mushroom powder.

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Try it on:

Try it on eggs, pasta, risotto, popcorn, roasted vegetables like tomatoes, eggplant, asparagus, root veggies, and potatoes, kale chips, salad dressings, infused olive oil, and garlic bread.

Hell's Kitchen Vampire Killer ingredients

Under the Sea

Hell’s Kitchen Under the Sea maple and korean chile blend

Under the Sea Seasoning

While perfectly cooked seared scallops can be hit or miss on the show, you’ve got a secret ingredient with this sweet and spicy blend with flavors of maple and Korean chile flakes.

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Try it on:

Try it on white fish, scallops, tofu, chicken, pork, squash, glazed carrots, asparagus, corn, rice bowls, as a pizza topper, and in noodles.

Hell’s Kitchen Under the Sea ingredients

Hell's Kitchen Variety Pack
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Sinfully Delicious Variety Pack

Hell’s Kitchen is about creating amazing food, and whether you’re a die-hard fan of the show or want to experiment with incredible flavor shortcuts, these diverse blends bring deliciousness to dishes.

©️ 2022 ITV Studios Ltd. HELL’S KITCHEN™️, HK™️ and the HK and pitchfork logo are trademarks of ITV Studios Ltd. Used under license. All rights reserved.


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