Quick Answer: You can grind spices in the Nutribullet. My personal favorite is to use it to grind cinnamon sticks into fresh and powdered cinnamon. But of course, you can also use it for other aromatic spices such as fresh peppercorns.
If you’re into Indian cuisine and are looking for a blender that can handle grinding up spices, check out our list for the best blender for Indian cooking. You can also check out my reviews for the best nutribullet options.
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How to Grind Spices in the Nutribullet
- Take your spices and cut them down to size to fit into the Nutribullet jar, if necessary.
- Select the milling blade if you have one. The Nutribullet Pro 900, which is the best Nutribullet, in my opinion, might not come with a milling blade (mine didn’t).
- Secure the blades onto the jar and place them onto the blender’s base.
- Try pressing it down gently just to pulse a few times to make sure that it’s going to handle whatever spices you’re giving to it.
- Then, lock the blender in places and let it run for around 30-60 seconds or until the spices reach the desired texture.
- Enjoy your freshly ground spices!
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Hey, I’m Joey. I’ve been cooking since I was a little kid and love everything about it. You can find my writing about food, kitchen appliances (such as blenders) and much more. Thanks for stopping by!