So you’re looking for recipe ideas you’ve come to the right page.
You should try our Mix & Blend Coriander & Red Onion flavoured olive oil and make the ‘Beef and Pepper Pot Stew’. I promise you will love it.
How about Mix & Blend Herb & Spice wet rub on lamb racks, believe me you will be picking at the lamb when it comes out of the oven, and before it hits the table.
You could try Mix & Blend Tomato & Lemon Olive Oil and drizzle on a nice piece of Sea Brass, Salmon, Trout to be honest any piece of fish would be a delight.
Give Mix & Blend Chilli & Sicilian Lemon Olive Oil and make the ‘Sticky Tiger Prawns’ in Ginger, Chilli & Sicilian Lemon. Serve on a bed of mixed salad leafs and capers.
Try roasting some veg with Mix & Blend Sage & Red Onion Olive Oil. Chop some fresh herbs and sprinkle on top before serving. This is a nice compliment to any main meal or to have on its own.
Here’s a great veggie idea, a lovely Aubergine & Chick Pea Curry, great with warm Naan bread.
Marinate some chicken in Mix & Blend Lemon and Ginger Dry Rub, to make a lovely juicy ‘Chicken & Prosciutto with Capers and Cream Cheese filling.
If you love duck give this recipe a go. Duck and Noodles with Mix & Blend Chinese Spice Rub. You will also need to have Mix & Blend Coriander and Red Onion Olive Oil.
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“I’m actually in the process of doing this for my Mum, who is currently in town.
Being blessed with the sun today, it would be rude not to take advance of the great weather and enjoy the garden. After all, days like today are very rare in the UK.
I’m also going to put some Mix & Blend salad dressing (Hmmm I’m thinking Gherkin & Mango), plus a jar of Mix & Blend Chilli & Herb jam.”