Time-Saver Flavour Makers
Condiments are cook’s great companions in the kitchen and make winter warming options easy and fuss-free.
— Annabelle White shares her kitchen secrets —
On cold nights, spend less time fussing and more time finding woolen socks, blankets and putting logs on the fire!
Sometimes while we combine great local seasonal produce and products – it may need a little helping hand. A little addition of some full flavoured Anathoth Farm chutneys or relishes transform the ‘OK’ into something amazing.
Here are some time-saver flavour-makers:
- Prepare a roast dinner per normal, but add a dollop of your favourite Anathoth chutney or relish to the gravy. A spoonful adds great depth of flavour and reduces the time spent adding extra ingredients to achieve the same result.
- A meaty broth or Irish Stew can enjoy the addition of Anathoth Farm BBQ Burger Relish – a splash will bring a vibrancy and personality to an otherwise predictable offering.
- Winter favourites like Chicken Pot Pie, Autumn Harvest Meatballs, meat loaf or rissoles can all benefit from great flavour with minimal fuss and bother.
- Take your favourite winter vegetable tart – with the cream and eggs (the ‘custard’ to combine vege into a tart) add a spoonful of Anathoth chutney. Superb!
- Winter also means hot bacon sandwiches for lunch. Use mayo instead of butter and add a spoonful of relish with the tomato/cheese/salad greens. Or simply just go mayo/relish and hot crispy bacon – no one will complain!
- Leftover mash and roasted vege can be combined with an egg to bind and a little relish for flavour. Season, then drop into bread crumbs and cook in the pan for delicious budget minded additions to the dinner menu.
- Anathoth Farm Caramelised Onion Relish added to a bowl of chilli for extra flavour or even a hot cheese toasted sandwich, will sing with joy.
- Also in the advent of unexpected guests, make a classic canape. Flaky pastry rolled out and smeared with Anathoth Farm relish and grated cheese, a little minced chives or parsley and roll up and cut into pinwheels and bake – yum!