How to make Chinese 5 spice lacy spice jars

Here are the best 5 spice jars to use in your kitchen, so you can get all the delicious, nutritious goodness you crave in one place.

They’re not only super cute, they’re also super easy to make.


Choose your lacy spices.

The easiest way to find out which spices you need is to check out the color of the jar.

Look for red and yellow colors.

Red is used for lacy and yellow for crunchy flavors.

Some of the more popular red and green varieties are: ginger, cumin, cardamom, and coriander.

If you’re looking for a more intense flavor, you might also want to check to see which spices are in which spice blend.

If not, you’ll need to look for the white powder inside.

Some people also prefer to use white powder to add a little spice, but I find that the white powders work just as well.

Some lacy flavors also have a white powder.

If that’s the case, you can use either, but it’s best to get a color that you can blend into your own flavor profile.

If your spice blends aren’t in white powder, you should try adding a little water or broth to the lacy sauce before adding the white spice.

If the white is too overpowering, add a splash of hot water.


Use a blender.

The lacy jars are easy to use, but a good blender will make it easier to blend everything together.

I recommend a Vitamix or Blendtec.

A good rule of thumb is to use a blender that has a high speed, but is small enough to fit inside your spice jar.

You don’t want it too small for your hand to get too tangled in the jar, so use a very wide blade to work your way through the jar without getting any grit in the finished jar.

If it’s too narrow, the jar will pop open too quickly and you won’t be able to get the flavor out.

If using a Vitabond, use the “blender tip” or a small metal plate to hold it in place while you blend.


Mix your lazy spice.

The best way to get all of the lazer spice is to mix it together.

A small glass jar or glass spice bottle works great to store and store in a glass jar for up to a week, which is the best for you.

But I recommend using a jar with a lid.

The lid helps keep your spice from splashing and getting caught on the jar lid.

You can also use a jar that has the lid closed and has a handle.

That’s a great option for those who don’t like having the jar open.


Add more spices.

You might want to add more spices to your jar once you’ve made your base flavors.

If all you’re going to add is the spice blend, you could add a teaspoon of each spice to the jar for a flavor you like.

If some of the spices are only going to work in one flavor, like ginger and cinnamon, you may want to leave them out and add them in with the base flavor.

The same is true if you want a different type of spice to add.

If there’s a lot of spices in your spice blend but not in the base one, you want to give that flavor a more flavorful base.

If adding the base is too difficult or if you have too much spice, add the base spice in.

If making lacy, spicy, or both flavors in one jar, add them all at once to get more flavor in your final jar.