Prettily packaged spice mix can double up as place-names for wedding guests
Nutrition per serving
25g black peppercorns
50g fennel seeds
50g coriander seeds
50g cumin seeds
2 tbsp brown or white mustard seeds
2 tbsp crushed chillies
Storing your spice mix Make up the mix and package it up to one month before the wedding.Printing off labels Simply print off the labels and cut them out. Use a hole punch to make a hole to the left of the tag, push through a pretty ribbon and tie around the cones. Alternatively, print off a plain template to customise as you wish.Finishing touches All the packaging we used to present our favours is easily available on the high street. Head to the haberdashery section at John Lewis for ribbon, string, parcel labels and butterfly clips. Visit Confetti stores, or shop online at confetti.co.uk, for all boxes, bags and lollipop buckets. The Summer spice mix is funnelled into clear cones, £5.99 for 10.
Simply mix all the spices together in a bag or large bowl.
To use, simply transfer the mix to a pepper mill to grind over meat, fish or veg before barbecuing, or add straight into curries.
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