Unique grocery items to add to your home pantry
Zoom conferences, indoor yoga, home-cooked dinners. Let's face it: our lives now revolve around these domestic activities. And if you're getting tired of eating dishes created from the same old fixtures in your kitchen — you're not alone. Typical grocery items can be such a bore sometimes. Not forgetting beverages — a fridge stuffed full of standard fare found at every convenience store? Our taste buds deserve better. To add some spice to your daily menu, we gathered the most unique supplies from online grocers. Read on for new #PantryDigs.
Looking to try your hand at making some spicy fajitas? A jar of salsa will do the trick. Each batch of La Fundidora Humo Salsa is made in small quantities by hand, without chemicals, sweeteners or artificial acidifiers. And even though the ingredients look simple, the salsa shows an incredible depth of flavour and character. Get an authentic taste of Mexico with this star condiment.
Year after year, we have spread a variation of Nutella, Ovalmaltine and kaya on our breakfast toasts. Want another option? Enter: Almond crème. A French creation, this cream has a velvety texture and a nutty, sweet taste with a hint of vanilla. Made with almonds, eggs and sugar, it's a great choice for filling all your pastries, tarts and croissants.
This refreshing drink has a natural peach taste paired with ginger extract infuses — definitely one of the most interesting flavours out there. With less than 4 calories per can, you can drink as much as you like — guilt-free. The formula is activated charcoal filtered for purity and contains no sugars and sweeteners, unlike similar refreshments. Perfect for the health conscious.
We all love a flavourful pot of curry stew. Cacao & butter curry, also known as snow curry) is a rich and soft curry made from cacao, butter and vegetables. To prepare, simply boil meat and chopped vegetables in a pot, pour in the packet of curry (enough to feed four people) and stir well. Toss in cheese powder too, if you'd like.
Say hello to the sweeter counterpart of red cherry tomatoes. Despite their less vibrant hue, yellow cherry tomatoes actually contain lower calories and more minerals — specifically phosphorus, potassium, zinc, niacin and folate! Considering switching things up? We're ready to add some yellow cherry tomatoes to our next pasta meal, that's for sure.
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