Getting creative in the kitchen

Hey guys! Hope you are all enjoying the lovely sunny weather (if you live in the UK) it’s glorious. Today’s post is a little inspiration for you all – which includes a collaboration with Spice Way.

We are all busy with day to day life either working, studying or busy being a full time parent. So I am sure from time to time we all struggle with what to cook for mealtime! I know I do. A combination of being more creative and using new, flavoursome ingredients is something I am working towards.

Back in June I collaborated with the lovely Spice ways – Spice Way came from a trip to Israel where the founder Louise established a new way of transforming flavour and colour to simple dishes. The company sell a whole range of:

• Spice Blends

• Fast Gourmet

• Cook Clever

• Fr’cinni

• Granola

• Single Spices

I was kindly gifted a lovely selection of spices which I have now included within my cooking at home.

Ravishing Rosemary

I started off by using the Ravishing Rosemary, adding it to Roast Potatoes and then to a Roasted Veggie Tray. It gave the veggies an amazing flavour, and even made them look more healthy!

Using a couple of pinches from the pot, and I still have so much left! It will definitely last a while, but perfect for the Sunday roasts. I cannot wait to try a couple of sprinkles over a leg of lamb or a veggie joint in the winter.

Heavenly Herbs

Again, like with the Ravishing Rosemary on a separate occasion I added a sprinkle of the Heavenly Herbs to Roast potatoes for a Sunday lunch. They gave them a lovely herby taste which I really loved! The roasties were well received by everyone and I cannot wait to use the heavenly herbs on a roast tray or even a sprinkle on a salad or in a chicken pasta.

The pots are resealable which means they will last a while in your cupboard & you can just add a sprinkle to your cuisine as and when you like. Their website includes a FAB online shop which has a whole range of different herbs and spices for you all to try!

I hope this has given you a little inspiration on how to spice up your meal time! It’s a great way to add flavour and colour to those “duller” dinners!

Don’t forget to stay tuned for my next post… coming soon.

Love

          Emma

*items were gifted

6 Comments

  1. Chloe Chats
    July 13, 2019 / 12:56 pm

    I like the sound of these spices, the pots you got as well are such a fab size. I like the idea of adding the heavenly herbs to pasta, but I’d definitely do the same as you and add them to some roast potatoes, would make them delicious! All I can think about now is a nice Sunday roast hehe.

    Chloe xx
    http://www.chloechats.com

  2. aimsysantics
    July 14, 2019 / 12:36 pm

    I love using herbs in dishes, they can really transform them can’t they? We’re having lemon and garlic potatoes today and I can’t wait. Will have to give your combos a go too!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Aimsy xoxo
    https://www.aimsysantics.co.uk

  3. August 4, 2019 / 11:41 am

    I love a good spice mix – especially for a rub on chicken or to stir through a simple pasta. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  4. August 7, 2019 / 2:32 pm

    I love the using spices and herbs to perk up a dish. Recently I’ve been roasting various veggies with Japanese 7 Spice – fiery and delicious! I enjoyed reading your post!

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