My husband drinks a tomato vegetable cocktail juice with a half-teaspoon of our freeze-dried garlic seasoning in it everyday. You could add some vodka which would work as a tincture and enjoy a healthier drink
The Perfect Caesar Cocktail
½ tsp of Gourmet Organic Freeze Dried Garlic Seasoning
Line the rim of a glass with celery salt. Over ice, add vodka, fill with Clamato juice, and then add the remaining ingredients and a ½ tsp of our Gourmet Organic Freeze-Dried Garlic Seasoning. Garnish with a celery stick, lemon, and pickled bean (optional). Add more Tabasco sauce if desired.
Gourmet Six Spice Garlic Butter
If your a seafood lover you know that garlic butter is the perfect match for shrimp, crab, and lobster. This is the easiest recipe, and you don't have to get your hands all sticky from chopping up all the garlic to add to the butter.
All you need is butter and our Gourmet Six Spice Freeze-Dried Garlic. It has a blend of sea salt, coriander, paprika, freeze dried apples, and cayenne. All of these flavors together make the perfect seasoning for any seafood creation. It's one up on just regular garlic butter.
Our Garlic Powder is so potent that it takes as though you just chopped up fresh garlic. You cant even taste the difference.
So go ahead you be the judge of this amazing blend!
Shrimp Stir Fry with Vegetables and Pasta
(And Scape Seasoning)
It is that simple, even though it was one of those “what’s for dinner nights”. I did find a frozen bag of stir-fry vegetables, some frozen cooked shrimp, pasta in the cupboard, one pot, one pan, I was tired!
· In the pan sauté veggies with a little grape seed oil, pepper, sea salt.
· In the pot cook the pasta, while draining
· Use the pot add a tablespoon of organic butter and my favorite MCT oil ( medium chain triglycerides oil )
· Warm up the shrimp and add the scape seasoning to taste
· Re-introduce the pasta to the pot
· Add the stir-fry vegetables, some grated Parmesan cheese
It turned out delicious, healthy easy to make dish, capturing more than just flavor. Clean up was a cinch with only one pot, one pan. What’s more substituting is encouraged.