Submit Your Recipe For Ingredient Of The Month!

Ingredient of the Month: Garlic

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Ingredient of the Month is a unique way to feature different local as well as worldwide ingredients and to invite A Lot on Your Plate reader’s from all over, to share their recipes based on the ingredient chosen each month.

The recipes shared by you guys will be added to the post that not only links you to recipes of my own featuring the ingredient of the month, but offers background history of the ingredient as well as fun facts, information, origin, how to store and select, and different uses for the ingredient.

To Enter Your Recipe: To enter your recipe so it can be added to the post, just follow the link and leave a comment at ALotOnYourPlate.com with a link to your recipe attached and I will be sure to feature your recipe in the post (with a picture provided from your post).  *Please note: I can only feature recipes that use the actual ingredient of the month in the recipe.

You will always have a chance to add your recipe to the any of the Ingredient of the Month post’s.  These post’s will never close and will continue to grow as long as recipes are entered!

Anyway, I just thought this was a fun way to spread the word of all the fabulous recipes out there on WordPress as well as all over the internet.

Check out this month’s ingredient: Garlic!  

Happy Monday!

- Jessica

 

Fab Find: Premium Spices of Lezzet

I absolutely love this Fab Find. Spices of Lezzet is a company that offers the finest spices and salts from around the world, that are not commonly seen in the United States. Lezzet (the Turkish for the word “taste”)specializes in exotic salts and spices from regions like India and Turkey, France, and the Mediterranean. Their products guarantee to give your dishes that little something extra with their exquisite flavors and presentation.

There are many salts available on from Spices of Lezzet like Alaea Hawaiian Sea Salt, Fine Himalayan Pink Salt, and Fleur de Sol.  Lezzet also carries common spices like Cinnamon, Turkish Bay Leaves, and Cumin and worldly spices like Fenugreek, Isot Pepper, and Mediteranian Oregano.

Each product has a Flavor Profile, describing the smell, flavor, and use, to better help you choose the spices and salts right for your taste.

The salts and spices range anywhere from $10.55 to $16.99 depending on the product.

(Shown above: Cyprus Black Lava Flakes good for use as a finishing salt.)

(Shown above: Murray River, perfect for topping chocolate truffles.)

Spices of Lezzet works with small family farms and procure only the finest quality spices an salts from regions around the world. The spices contain no MSG, anticaking agents, or preservatives.

(Shown above: Sweet Purple Basil perfect for soup and fish dishes)

I was immediately drawn to Spices of Lezzet’s gift collections.  Perfect for friends and family who love to cook, or just for treating yourself, Lezzet’s gift collections come in three sizes: The Premium Select Collection, The Foodie Collection, and The Chef’s Collection.

The Premium Collection comes with 5 of Spice’s of Lezzet’s most popular best-selling spices and salts, where as The Foodie Collection comes with 9, and the Chef’s Collection comes with 13.

“This is a wonderful selection of our most popular spices and salts: Red Stamp Pepper, Isot Pepper, Mediterranean Oregano, Sweet Red Pepper Powder, Sumac, Sweet Purple Basil, Mint Flakes, Fenugreek Powder, Peruvian Pink Salt and Alaea Hawaiian Sea Salt.   Nestled in a beautiful box, this unique set is the perfect gift for any home cook or chef.”

Each gift set comes in a beautiful box with a description of each spice and salt included. The gift collections range from $48 – $99.

You can subscribe to Spices of Lezzet’s newsletter, keeping you up to date with all the new products and announcements by clicking here.

For more info on Spices of Lezzet, check out their website, LezzetSpices.com. Get their Twitter updates by following them @LezzetSpices, and be sure to Like them on Facebook.

Check back for more Fab Finds at A Lot On Your Plate.  Thanks for reading!

Happy Wednesday!

- J