The Pantry Club just started offering their gourmet spice mixes at Sam’s clubs across the U.S.A. At the roadshows you can buy a 4 pack or a 6 pack of any combination. (For the show schedule see the next page.)
The current flavors are -
- Bacon Cheddar
- Chipotle Chile
- Cucumber Dill
- Onion Chive
- Sesame Garlic
- Tomato Pesto
General Directions -
The spice packs are great for dips, dressings, soups, directly sprinkled on veges and stir frys or fajitas type dishes, marinades or meat rubs! Excellent on chicken, fish, steak or pastas!
Each packet will make 2 cups of dip. Just use half of a packet if you only want to make 1 cup.
They have a shelf life of 2 years, so when we have a show, feel free to stock up or buy for future gifts.
The Dips at the Roadshow - The one’s you tasted at the road show were made with:
1 1/2 cups Sour Cream
1 heaping T of Mayonnaise.
1 packet of mix
You can mix them with a variety of creamy or oily bases, including:
- Sour Cream
- Cream Cheese
- Cottage Cheese
- Olive Oil
- Any non-dairy substitute!
Here are some suggestions from our customers and distributors -
Mix with Olive Oil, some water or vinegar and make fresh salad dressings that are free of additives and cheap oils.
Use as meat rubs or mix in oil or buttermilk to marinate your meats. Buttermilk is especially good as it tenderizes the meat.
Make great tasting sauces for pasta dishes. Michelle’s recipe: She pan sautéed garlic in Olive oil and a cup of white wine. Then she added a packet of Tomato Basil and threw it all on some pasta. Her family raved about it!
Make spreads for sandwiches, tortilla wraps or hamburgers. Onion Chive, Sesame Garlic and Cucumber Dill are especially good. Or Bacon Cheddar if you want to add a bit of a ‘cheesy’ taste.
All are great for veggie dips!
Sprinkle directly on foods such as stir fries, steamed veges to really up the flavor! Also great on things like baked potatoes and eggs. One man said he loved to moisten his baked potato with a bit of milk and then sprinkle on a bit of the bacon-cheddar.
Added into foods such as mashed potatoes, eggs, meat patties and meatloaf.
Cucumber Dill is especially great on fish as a dipping sauce. Also chicken. And it’s a great one for a salad dressings.
One customer used the Sesame Garlic on chicken and pasta and said, “It was sooo good!”
We had someone say they added the Chipotle Chili to their scrambled eggs and loved it. Also great for taco meat. Add a little to your guacamole!
Bacon Cheddar is great on baked potatoes. A weight watchers tip: add some milk (or milk substitute) to your potatoe to moisten it a bit. Then sprinkle on some of the Bacon Cheddar. Yum! When you moisten with milk, you won’t need a ton of butter.
Tomato Pesto, Onion Garlic are excellent on Italian bread or mixed up on some Olive oil for dipping the bread.
Many of them are also great to add to Hamburger meat for making patties or meatloaf or taco meat.
One of our distributors used to work at Chiles and swears the Chipotle Chili tastes just like theirs. She suggested it’s great sprinkled on chicken to make spicy chicken wings.
BE CREATIVE! And, please be sure to share your favorite recipes!