75+ Spices Names in English

It can be difficult to find the right spice for a dish. One might not know what type of spices are in their pantry or how to pronounce them. This blog post contains a list of 75+ different types of spices that one may need when cooking and includes the English translation, as well as any relevant information about where it is from and its taste profile.

75+ Spices Names in English with Pictures

We all know how hard it is to remember what each type of spice is called in English. The names can be so different from one another and they’re not always intuitive. So you end up looking at the bottle for a while until you figure out which one it is. It’s even worse if there aren’t any images on the bottle because then you have no idea what kind of shape or colour it might be!

This list will help make sure that doesn’t happen again! I’ve put together 75+ spices with their English names and pictures that should cover most types of cooking needs (and hopefully some other ones too). If you notice anything missing please feel free to leave a comment below and I’ll add them ASAP! Enjoy 🙂

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Clove 
2.
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coriander powder
3.
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Cumin seeds 
4.
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Garlic 
5.
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Green Cardamom
6.
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Bay Leaf
7.
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Black Pepper
8.
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Capers 
9.
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Black sesame seeds
10.
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Black Salt 
11.
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Black cumin seeds
12.
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Black Cardamom 
13.
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Basil seeds
14.
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Baking Soda
15.
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Yeast 
16.
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White sesame seeds
17.
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Turmeric powder
18.
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Thyme 
19.
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Tea leaf
20.
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Tarragon 
21.
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Star Anise
22.
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Szechuan Pepper
23.
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Salt 
24.
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Sago 
25.
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Saffron 
26.
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Rosemary 
27.
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Red chili
28.
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Red chili powder
29.
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Red chili flakes
30.
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Poppy seeds
31.
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Nigella seeds
32.
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Niger 
33.
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Mustard seeds
34.
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mustard oil
35.
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Fenugreek seeds
36.
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Mace 
37.
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long pepper
38.
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Licorice 
39.
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Madder 
41.
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garlic powder
42.
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gallnut 
43.
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Flaxseed
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Fennel seeds
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cinnamon stick 

40 spices name

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1.image-type-cellClove 
2.image-type-cellcoriander powder
3.image-type-cellCumin seeds 
4.image-type-cellGarlic 
5.image-type-cellGreen Cardamom
6.image-type-cellBay Leaf
7.image-type-cellBlack Pepper
8.image-type-cellCapers 
9.image-type-cellBlack sesame seeds
10.image-type-cellBlack Salt 
11.image-type-cellBlack cumin seeds
12.image-type-cellBlack Cardamom 
13.image-type-cellBasil seeds
14.image-type-cellBaking Soda
15.image-type-cellYeast 
16.image-type-cellWhite sesame seeds
17.image-type-cellTurmeric powder
18.image-type-cellThyme 
19.image-type-cellTea leaf
20.image-type-cellTarragon 
21.image-type-cellStar Anise
22.image-type-cellSzechuan Pepper
23.image-type-cellSalt 
24.image-type-cellSago 
25.image-type-cellSaffron 
26.image-type-cellRosemary 
27.image-type-cellRed chili
28.image-type-cellRed chili powder
29.image-type-cellRed chili flakes
30.image-type-cellPoppy seeds
31.image-type-cellNigella seeds
32.image-type-cellNiger 
33.image-type-cellMustard seeds
34.image-type-cellmustard oil
35.image-type-cellFenugreek seeds
36.image-type-cellMace 
37.image-type-celllong pepper
38.image-type-cellLicorice 
39.image-type-cellMadder 
41.image-type-cellgarlic powder

If you’re looking for spice and can’t remember its name, this list should be helpful. This is the ultimate guide to 75+ spices in English with pictures so that you never have to ask yourself “How do I spell curry?” or “What does thyme taste like?”.

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