Ethnic Foods Company

Minneapolis / St Paul

23 Ratings

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Aisles overflow with herbs & spices, beans, lentils & rice, packaged meal mixes & after-dinner treats such as international desserts & teas

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Promotional value expires Jun 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Valid only for Ajika conventional (non-organic) food products. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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At Ethnic Foods Company, Ajika spices and herbs are further organized by their country of origin, including Chinese cuisine, Middle Eastern goods, and Thai groceries. Curried potatoes and vegetables play nice with dried fenugreek leaves ($4.99/oz.), and protein-packed [chickpea flour] ) can bind kofta and kebabs, thicken soups, and make for a more nutritious powdered-wig coating. Shelves also proffer prepackaged mixes for full meals, such as hearty Mexican pinto bean chili ($14.99/2 lb.) and Royal basmati pilaf with nuts and spices ($5.99/11 oz). For an after-dinner course, visitors can mourn the failure of the two-pronged fork and nosh on sweets such as Persian crispy walnut cookies ($10.99/7 oz.)

Ethnic Foods Company

Spices ranging from rosemary to cardamom to shawarma lamb seasoning perfume the air at Ethnic Foods Company, a warehouse shop stocked with ingredients for traditional dishes from around the world. The savvy staffers guide visitors through aisles of cookware, beans and lentils, massage oils, and ready-to-cook gourmet international dinners, such as Indian-style dal masala and Moroccan-style bean tagine. Newbies can learn the basics of cross-cultural cooking in demonstration-based cooking classes, which focus on simple international recipes significantly tastier than Antarctica’s much-maligned ice-based cuisine. Ethnic Foods Company has also recently added sushi-making courses to their curriculum for students who wish to learn how to make sushi on their own.

Customer Reviews

23 Ratings

was wonderful and they are very helpful,lots of great spices,learned alot Thank you
Char K. · August 15, 2012
The spices & spice blends are great! The staff was very friendly and helpful as well, thank you!
Janet S. · June 6, 2012
This is a store tucked way in osseO that should be on st anthony main. The selection is beautiful, the owner obviously cares about each customers experience. This beats any spice store hands down and is a hidden treasure.
Dakota H. · January 15, 2012

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