Fresh garlic can be roasted, fried or added to sauces and even eaten raw, so your replacement will need to be suitable for the cooking method. Choose from garlic paste, powder, flakes, oils and more or go allium free with cumin, asofoetida or ginger.
Eggs work well with soft leaf herbs like basil, sage, tarragon, chervil, dill, chives, parsley and coriander with the last three examples being a fantastic garnish. Dried herbs that work well with eggs include rosemary, thyme, oregano, marjoram and fennel and coriander seed.
Good alternatives for peri peri include jalapenos, habanero and cayenne peppers. Or you could try ready made mixes of chili powder and paprika. You want to recreate the heat of piri piri without becoming overpowering and a mix of alternative peppers can be the right idea.
Sometimes we all run out of an ingredient and it is important to just understand a little bit more about them in order to possibly replace when needed. Allspice and nutmeg are both super useful spices, but we just wanted to share a bit more about each of them.
In appearance caraway seed and fennel seed seem quite similar, elongated with ridges running lengthways from one end to the other. Both seeds belong to the same plant family and share an anise or licorice flavor. Caraway also has notes of nuttiness and an earthy sort of muskiness added that is missing from fennel
A good fajita seasoning will allow the smokiness of that history to come through alongside a fiery heat, smoked paprika and chili work best. It is important to let the fresh ingredients of the fajita come through as well, so a few background spices like cumin, garlic and coriander allow that.