Inspired by Hinche, Haiti
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How do you use this blend?
Here are just a few ideas! Delicious on all seafood, pork and chicken, add this blend to garlic butter for your shellfish dipping sauce, BBQ chicken, stews, rice and beans, coconut curry, plantains.
Where does the name come from?
This blend was inspired by a trip to Haiti with the non profit Every Mother Counts. We spent a day in Hinche, Haiti at a midwifery where they work to make child birth safe for mothers. I spent the day with the women in the kitchen, learning to make epis, a Haitian seasoning paste, cleaning chicken legs and other dishes while we drank Te Jenjamn tea. Manje means food in Haitian and this blend is a homage to all of the mothers and people making child birth safer for women in Haiti. This blend has flavors of epis and the spices in the tea we drank and brings me right back to the day we were able to spend together.
What’s in it?
This blend is salt free and made of non gmo spices. No additives or fillers. Ingredients: Green bell pepper, Onion, Thyme, Cinnamon, Garlic, Ginger, Habanero, Star Anise.