Mattatouille is a small gourmet seasoning company. Every fall we take home-grown peppers, and special herbs, to make the very best hand made seasonings on the market.
Currently we sell our seasonings only 1 day a year. If you would like to be notified when that sale is, subscribe on the right and you will be email a few days before the sale. Sale dates vary because the pepper harvests vary from year to year.
Below you can learn about the different seasonings we make with descriptions and reviews.
Smoked Habanero is a versatile seasoning that captures the rich earthy flavor of Habanero without being too hot. Made with a blend of Habanero varieties from around the world, and a nice faint hickory smoke rounds out this seasoning and has become one in my top 3 favorite seasonings. I've enjoyed it on most all savory foods from Italian to Mediterranean. (Mild/Medium Heat)
I'm so excited to now offer a medium heat level version of Smoked Habanero. Still the same versatile seasoning that captures the rich earthy flavor of Habanero, but just made with a hotter blend of Habaneros. It's been great on everything I've tried it on that you would want hotter and a little smokey. (Medium/Hot Heat)
TNT is pure hot pepper with no other added herbs or seasonings. It is an extremely rich flavored pepper that blends great with just about anything. Use it the way you would use cayenne. Try it on pastas, soups, sandwiches, and especially biscuits and gravy! (Medium Heat)
The Original 7 is a flavor enhancing seasoning that brings just about anything to life. We have enjoyed it in bean soups, potato soup, sandwiches, avocado toast, pasta salads... I think we've added it to just about everything savory and loved it. (Medium-Hot)
The # 7 series is a flavor enhancing seasoning that brings just about anything to life. The Smoked 7 is a Medium-Hot spice level with a nice, rich smokey undertone. We have enjoyed it on bean soups, sandwiches, tofu, potatoes, etc. If you like a smokey flavor this is the seasoning for you. (Medium/Hot Heat)
"The Schroeder" was almost a missed victory in spice making. I was intending to make a seasoning that would be suited for asian noodle dishes, but when I tried in on them it was not very good. I put it in my spice drawer and thought it was a failure. Weeks later some friends (the Schroeder family) came over for dinner and pulled it out to try on the soup and salad. They thought it was great, and I thought they were crazy, that is until I tried it. WOW! It goes well with so many things, almost as versatile as the 7 series. Just don't put it on Asian food. (Medium Heat)
Pepe Italiano is now one of my personal favorites. It was made with the goal in mind of a seasoning that would be amazing on Italian food, but it far exceeded my expectations. Try it on homemade pizza and you'll never want to cook without it. (Medium Heat)
While in the midst of trying to make a seasoning that would have a pizza flavor, I stumbled upon a unique combination of peppers and tomato, it had a Dorito like vibe that was so good. That combination has now become the recipe for Formula #19. (Mild Heat)