Wilt Guilt No More with Gourmet Garden Fresh Herbs
Wilt-guilt season is upon us – that time of the year when you have the best cooking intentions, but inevitably the bundle of fresh herbs you bought wilts away in the fridge before you can use them.
Gourmet Garden is the true food hack for staving off wilt-guilt. Offering a range of flavorful stir-in pastes and lightly dried herbs that last for up to four weeks in the fridge, Gourmet Garden will stay fresh. It’s the ideal ingredient for sprucing up classic dishes like quiche and pastas and keep you from grappling with heads of garlic or ginger root.
Their products include:
The Freshest Flavor Of Herbs That Last Up To 3 Months! Great To Stir-In Sauces, Soups, Dressings, Stir-Fries And Marinades.
Fantastic To Sprinkle, Rub Or Garnish Your Food. Lightly Dried Is The Closest Thing To Fresh In Appearance, Flavor And Aroma.
Below are a few fresh recipes to inspire you that your friends and family will love:
Ginger Berry Smoothie
1/2 cup water
1/2 scoop French Vanilla protein powder
1 to 2 tsp cinnamon
1 tbsp Ginger Stir-In Paste
1 cup Frozen blueberries and raspberries
1 Recipe courtesy of Take a Bite Out of Boca.
2 Blend all ingredients together until you reach a thick, creamy consistency.
Sticky Ginger Salmon
4 salmon filets
3 tbsp Lightly Dried Ginger
1 tbsp Garlic Stir-In Paste
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 tbsp brown sugar
2 tbsp rice wine vinegar
1 tbsp tomato sauce
1 Marinate the salmon in a combination of olive oil, soy sauce, brown sugar, Lightly Dried Ginger, Garlic Cold Blended Paste, rice wine vinegar and tomato sauce.
2 Pan-fry or oven bake the salmon until sticky and caramelized.
3 Serve with steamed rice and steamed Asian greens or green beans.
Vegetable Panini with Basil
1 small zucchini, cut into 10 slices (about ½-in thick on diagonal)
4 slices multi-grain bread
1 tbsp Italian Herbs Stir-In Paste , divided
1 tomatoes, cut into 8 slices
4 slices mozzerella
1 cup baby spinach or arugula
1 tbsp Lightly Dried Basil , divided
1 Heat Panini maker or skillet. Add zucchini slices and cook for 3-5 minutes until softened. Remove.
2 Spray Panini maker or skillet with nonstick cooking spray. Add 2 slices bread, spread with ½ Tbsp Italian Herbs then add tomato and zucchini, 2 slices of cheese, ½ cup greens and sprinkle with ½ Tbsp basil. Top with remaining bread slice.
3 Close Panini lid; grill for 8-10 minutes or until cheese is melted and bread is toasted. If using a skillet; turn once after 5 minutes of cooking.
4 Repeat for second sandwich.
About Gourmet Garden
Fresh herbs and spices make a difference when added to any meal: their flavor, color, aroma. Let’s be honest, when you are busy, particularly during the week, fresh herbs aren’t practical. Avoid wilt guilt… no more throwing out countless bunches of slimy blackened and wilted herbs after only a few days.
Our herbs stay fresh for weeks with no waste so you can have a herb garden ready when you are every day.
Available nationwide in the refrigerated section of the produce aisle near the fresh herbs.
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