Asian Five Spice Seasoning Recipe

Asian 5-Spice Seasoning Mix Recipe

Asian five spice is a blend of five spices (of course) and often salt. It is great for seasoning fatty cuts of meat like pork or duck but is also great on seafood. It is a staple in my kitchen. I make a large batch so I always have some on hand.

The core five spices that are usually used are anise, black pepper, fennel, cinnamon, and cloves, though sometimes turmeric and citrus peel are added too.

I often use this spice in stir frys and roasted meats or vegetables and I especially like it mixed into a blend of fresh orange juice, lemon juice, and honey. (Not sure if this a traditional use, but it is delicious).

Some other great ways to use this spice blend:

If five spice isn’t your type of seasoning, check out my other 13 homemade herb and spice blend recipes for one you’ll like!

Asian 5-Spice Seasoning Mix Recipe
Print Pin
0 from 0 votes

Asian 5-Spice Seasoning Recipe

Homemade Asian 5-Spice blend uses anise, black pepper, fennel, cinnamon, and cloves for a delicious and complex flavor to add to many dishes.
Course Condiment
Cuisine Chinese
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 cup
Calories 3kcal
Author Katie Wells

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients and store in airtight container.

Notes

Great on veggies and in drinks too!

Nutrition

Calories: 3kcal | Carbohydrates: 0.6g | Protein: 0.1g | Fat: 0.1g | Sodium: 133mg | Fiber: 0.3g

Like this recipe? Check out my new cookbook, or get all my recipes (over 500!) in a personalized weekly meal planner here!

Ever tried an Asian five spice seasoning? How did you use it?

You May Also Enjoy These Posts...

Reader Interactions

It Shouldn’t Be This Hard to Be Healthy…

Join the Wellness Mama email subscribers list to get the latest news, updates, special offers, and FREE access to my Quick Start Guide, 7 Simple Steps for Healthier Families, and 1 week real food meal plan!

Yes! Let me in!

Reader Comments

Join the Conversation...

Please read the comment policy before replying to this post.