We cooked the Chilli Con Carne and it was delicious served on a bed of rice with a big blob of sour cream on top but had heaps left over so had to come up with ideas to serve the same but different.
We spread a layer of corn chips on a plate and sprinkled with grated cheese and microwaved for a minute. We served it this way: a bed of rice, next the corn chips covered with the chilli con carne then the sour cream. Delicious !!
Another idea was to stuff tortillas with the chilli con carne and layer in a pan then sprinkle with a little chopped tomato and then grated cheese, heat in the oven till cheese melts and looks all golden. Tasty !
With the remaining chilli con carne we cut a sheet of puff pastry in 4 and put a small amount in the centre, dampen the edges, fold into a triangle and bake at 190 degrees till puffed and golden.
NEWS: We have added some larger PET jars to our wholesale store, these come in small and medium and hold about 300-500 grams in the small and up to approximately 900 grams in the large (depending on what fits in) These will be really useful for the butcher shops, cafe's and restaurants we supply.
We have some Turmeric on the way with minimum 4.5% curcumin, it is a little bit more expensive but a great colour and will be great for those using it for other than cooking.
At last we have "Chipotle Chilli Powder" all the way from Mexico, we hope to use it in a blend or BBQ rub (when time permits) .
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Next Blog l will explore rice dishes and ways to make it easy to incorporate it into your daily family meals, it is not only cheap but delicious if cooked correctly and gluten free.
O'h that reminds me we have started to add a notation on our blended spices pages on the website so you can see easily that it contains "no added gluten or no added salt."