Budget101 Discussion List Archives Pantry Chat Pantry Essentials

This topic contains 12 replies, has 14 voices, and was last updated by MrsRooster October 1, 2016 at 7:10 pm.

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  • #269961

    baking
    all-purpose flour
    unbleached flour (for bread making)
    granulated sugar
    powdered sugar
    brown sugar
    cornstarch
    baking powder
    baking soda
    yeast
    shortening
    chocolate (semi-sweet, bitter-sweet,
    & dutch process cocoa)
    dried goods
    dried beans (various types)
    dried fruits
    currants
    raisins
    dates

    rice
    arborio rice
    brown rice
    white rice
    wild rice

    tomatoes (canned)
    chopped tomatoes
    tomato sauce
    tomato paste
    whole tomatoes

    vinegars
    apple cider vinegar
    balsamic vinegar
    red wine vinegar
    raspberry vinegar
    rice vinegar
    white wine vinegar

    dried pasta
    angel hair
    egg noodles
    fettuccine
    fusille
    lasagna
    linguine
    penna
    spaghetti

    dried herbs
    anise seeds
    basil leaves
    bay leaves
    caraway seeds
    cayenne pepper
    chili powder
    cilantro
    coriander
    cumin (ground & seeds)
    curry powder
    dillweed
    fennel seeds
    herbes de providence
    marjoram
    dried mustard
    oregano
    paprika
    red pepprs
    rosemary
    peppercorns (black & white)
    poppy seeds
    sage
    salt (regular & coarse)
    saffron
    sesame seeds
    tabasco or hot sauce
    tarragon
    thyme
    turmeric

    spices
    cinnamon (ground & whole sticks)
    cloves (ground & whole)
    ground allspice
    ground cardamon
    ground ginger
    ground mace
    ground nutmet

    condiments
    chicken broth
    beef broth
    chutney
    hoisin sauce
    honey
    horseradish
    gelatin
    ketchup
    lemon juice
    lime juice
    maple syrup
    mayonnaise
    molasses
    mustard (regular & dijon)
    peanut butter
    pickles (sweet, dill & relish)
    salsa
    sliced pimientos
    soy sauce
    sundried tomatoes
    terikiyi sauce
    worcestershire sauce
    oils
    extra-virgin olive oil
    vegetable oil
    walnut oil

    milks
    evaporated milk
    powdered buttermilk
    powdered milk
    sweetened condensed milk

    canned goods
    black beans
    canned fruits
    canned vegetables
    clams
    cherries (for cherry jubilee)
    cream of mushroom soup
    kidney beans
    mushrooms
    olives (green & black)
    pork & beans
    salmon
    tuna fish

    misc.
    coffee (regular & decaf)
    tea (various types)

    extracts
    almond extract
    vanilla extract
    vanilla beans

    wines
    marsala wine
    port wine
    red wine
    white wine

    gourmet items
    anchovies
    artichoke hearts
    capers
    caviar
    curry paste
    dried mushrooms
    olive paste
    pesto
    roasted peppers
    shrimp & crab boil
    smoked oysters
    white truffle oil

    fresh produce
    fresh herbs (various)
    lemons
    garlic bulbs
    onions (red & white)
    potatoes

    refrigerator or freezer staples
    butter
    cream (heavy or whipping)
    eggs
    parmesan cheese (not grated but a chunk)
    sour cream
    various cheeses
    various nuts

  • #412642

    This is great list to go by. I have a pantry full of herbs and spices, two shelves full. Can never have to many of those.

    They are always handy for every meal to be creative and create a new flavor in a dish. I love spices for everything.

  • #428324

    thanks for this list@!!!! i am e mailing it to myself!!!

  • #429831

    Thankyou for this great list.

  • #430919

    That is a good list. Thank you for posting. Maybe I can start stocking up on goodies.

  • #431037

    I love to see good pantry lists such as this so I can see if I’ve forgotten about something necessary…Thanks! 🙂

  • #432376

    This is an excellent list. Thank you!

  • #432638

    This is a GREAT list! Saving it… Thanks!

  • #432642

    :party1:Thanks.. I have just about have all of that but the baking powder I ran Out…And I need To Get all The Vinegars again I do Have White Vinegar tho..Seems I run Out Of all the others Quick Making salad Dressing and fire and ice Tomatoes and cucumber..Time to run to the store again..lol..I’ll make a copy of your list and Stick it to my Pantry:food:…Thanks again:purr:

  • #434383

    thankyou for postin this list, after looking at it I realize how empty my pantry is after moving lol, no wonder I seem to have so much trouble figuring out what is for dinner most days.

  • #437789

    Wow. Saving this list. I, for one, cannot function in my kitchen unless I open my cabinet and see about 8-10 lbs of pasta. If we don’t have pasta in my house….well, we won’t go there.

    These other items I do try to keep on hand. Especially since I am trying to make things from scratch more often. I need a bigger kitchen to hold all the flour I need to purchase.

    🙁 We make bread in the bread machine, homemade biscuits, banana breads and other odds and ends so we go through A LOT of flour.
    With all of these items on the list, do you recommend a good storage container to hold them that seals well away from moisture and prevents other *shivers* things from invading?

  • #458145

    Thanks for the list!!

  • #462121

    Thanks for this post, I am wanting to stock my pantry, we cupboards this list is a help.

  • #463257

    This is a fantastic list. My only problem in my own kitchen is that I am gluten free and I can’t have beans.

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