Soft boiled tea eggs, two ways—they'll soon be your favorite addition to cool weather comfort foods. The black tea marinade is the more traditional of the two, combining soy sauce, chiles, and warming spices, while the green tea marinade incorporates zesty flavors of ginger and lemongrass.
Coriander is known the world over for incorporating a refreshing flavor that balances the heat in many dishes, but coriander seed contains differing flavor components than the leaves, known as cilantro. Let's take a look at some of our favorite uses for coriander.
Chai Latte flavored energy balls are no-bake protein-packed treats to keep you on the go. They are loaded with nutritious ingredients and make a great, healthy snack. With plenty of warming ingredients like cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom, they'll even warm you up on a crisp autumn day.
Pot au fue literally translates to mean "pot on fire" and this dish will certainly warm you from the inside. It’s a French classic, known for being a healthy and economical dish that can feed many, or feed a single family for several meals.
Pasilla powder—if you’ve never tried it, you are going to be pleasantly surprised. This multi-purpose seasoning, though only containing a single ingredient, is capable of contributing a wide range of flavor components to any dish. Check out some of our favorites.
Vegan Menudo might seem unorthodox since traditional menudo is derived of bone broth and beef tripe, but why should vegans miss out on this comforting hangover cure? We created a fantastic menudo suitable for just about any diet so now anyone can enjoy this spicy Mexican soup.