So many options to adapt this to your taste.
We use honey instead of brown sugar, gluten-free breadcrumbs and add some fresh garlic before cooking. We also top it with fresh parsley before serving. Enjoy!
The original recipe is very easy but I made some additional shortcuts. As well, the use of black garlic with this recipe adds a richness that is amazing. The original recipe also gives options for cooking on high and low temperatures, but I think low and slow provides the best outcome. Enjoy!
A great basic recipe you can build add to
I'm unique, not too sweet and pack a little heat.
I'm fresh and sweet with twist of citrus.
A perfect match for garlic and onion lovers! Enjoy the taste of a milder garlic and green onion combined. Looks as green and fresh as it tastes.
You can use it in place of where you would normally use garlic powder. In this scenario, it will provide a milder garlic flavour than the regular garlic powder. Anywhere you want to add some subtle garlic flavour, this is a good option.
Here are some other options for the garlic scape powder:
A delicious and versatile alternative to tomato paste. Add incredible rich tomato flavour to all your dishes. Made with the best tasting paste tomatoes and nothing else.
Enjoy the amazing taste and feel good knowing it’s 100% pure (no salt or preservatives) and grown organically using methods to better the soil.
This powder is as beautiful as it is spicy. This blend of Cayenne and Thai chilli peppers packs a punch. Use it in soups, chilis, curries or anywhere you want a hint of heat (e.g. pairs well with chocolate dishes!).
Your classic favourite just got an upgrade! Pure jalapeño flavour. Spice up your comfort foods, … and your life!
A moderately spicy and deliciously tangy powder that pairs well with cheesy dishes. The smell alone with make your mouth water!
Pairs well with cheese dishes as the light heat tends to cut through oils. Also pairs well with vegetables (tomatoes, onions, even salad greens like arugula) and meats. Use any time you use bell peppers for an extra punch of taste.
- Put a generous teaspoon of honey in a mug.
- Add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice
and a splash of apple cider vinegar (optional)
Adjust to taste.
Feeling bold? Other add-ins:
- Grated ginger
- A smidgeon of cayenne pepper
- A clove of crushed garlic
- A few rosemary leaves
Enjoy the warmth and health benefits!
A fresh green salsa you can pair with red salsa too! Thinner but packed with taste. Pairs well with corn, dairy and chicken (think chicken burritos, tacos or casseroles).