The Best Spice Grinder

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Secura Electric Coffee Grinder & Spice Grinder with 2 Stainless-Steel Blades Removable Bowl (1-Year Warranty) recommended by Skillet Director
Golden Bell 4 Piece 2" Spice Herb Grinder - Color:Black recommended by Skillet Director
iRainy [5 Piece] Spice Herb Grinder with Pollen Catcher, 2.1 Inch, Metal Black recommended by Skillet Director
Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder, Stainless/Black recommended by Skillet Director
Kuhn Rikon 25550 Ratchet Spice Grinder, Black recommended by Skillet Director
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Secura Electric Coffee Grinder & Spice Grinder
Golden Bell 4 Piece 2" Spice Herb Grinder
iRainy [5 Piece] Spice Herb Grinder with Pollen Catcher
Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder
Kuhn Rikon 25550 Ratchet Spice Grinder
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Secura
Golden Bell
iRainy
Cuisinart
Kuhn Rikon
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Price
$79.99
$8.99
$8.59
$39.95
from $19.87
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Secura Electric Coffee Grinder & Spice Grinder with 2 Stainless-Steel Blades Removable Bowl (1-Year Warranty) recommended by Skillet Director
Title
Secura Electric Coffee Grinder & Spice Grinder
Brand
Secura
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-
Price
$79.99
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Golden Bell 4 Piece 2" Spice Herb Grinder - Color:Black recommended by Skillet Director
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Golden Bell 4 Piece 2" Spice Herb Grinder
Brand
Golden Bell
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$8.99
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iRainy [5 Piece] Spice Herb Grinder with Pollen Catcher, 2.1 Inch, Metal Black recommended by Skillet Director
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iRainy [5 Piece] Spice Herb Grinder with Pollen Catcher
Brand
iRainy
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$8.59
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Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder, Stainless/Black recommended by Skillet Director
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Cuisinart SG-10 Electric Spice-and-Nut Grinder
Brand
Cuisinart
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Price
$39.95
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Kuhn Rikon 25550 Ratchet Spice Grinder, Black recommended by Skillet Director
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Kuhn Rikon 25550 Ratchet Spice Grinder
Brand
Kuhn Rikon
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from $19.87
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How to Clean a Spice Grinder?

Toasting and Grinding Spices

Spice Grinder Buyers’ Guide

What spice grinders exist?

You can always buy spices from groceries, but they will not have the same taste as the freshly ground ones. So let’s find out what spice grinders exist and which is the most suitable option for you!

One of the most popular grinders is the electrical one. These are quick and make a great variety of spices. People usually prefer this type of grinder, saying that the only disadvantage it has is the difficulty of cleaning.

There are also mechanical grinders, which are more cost-efficient than electric ones. However, there is a disadvantage of only grinding smaller herbs and spices.

How to grind spices?

Grinding spices brings out deeper flavors and essential flavors. The first thing you need to do is place spices in a pan. In case you have put leaves, shake them in a pan, and whenever you smell it, that’s done. Before grinding, let the spices cool and toast them separately for better results. There are two simple ways to grind spices, one of which is using mortar and pestle. In case the spices are similar in size, then you can just use a spice grinder, skipping the prior mentioned step.

How to clean a spice grinder?

Materials you will need for cleaning a spice grinder are ¼ cup of uncooked rice, paper towels, and water. Now, as you have all the ingredients, put rice in your spice grinder for about a minute. Once it is pulverized, the oil should cling to the rice. Then, dump out the rice and wipe out the grinder with a paper towel. It would be good to clean your spice grinder weekly or if used more often, clean it accordingly. By following these steps, you will ensure your spice grinder is serving you a lifetime!

Kitchen tools price updated on 2020-01-19 / Disclaimer: as an Amazon Associate a Skillet Director team earns from qualifying purchases.

Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.