Basil – Recipe Recommendation

Cashew ‘Ricotta’ Spinach Stuffed Shells | MakingThymeForHealth

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via makingthymeforhealth.com for you to try with our organic Basil.

cashew ricotta and spinanch stuffed shells by MakingThymeForHealth

This elegant pasta dish may be just what you need for dinner tonight.  Jumbo shells are stuffed with a plant-based creamy cashew ‘ricotta’ of spinach, dried basil, dried oregano and garlic. The filled shells are topped with a marinara sauce and panko breadcrumbs before being baked.  It’s easy to make and can be prepped a day ahead. It’s another wonderfully healthy recipe from Sarah of the Making Thyme For Health blog. Click on image for Sarah’s recipe!

Image and recipe credit: makingthymeforhealth.com

Cumin – Recipe Recommendation

Spinach, Fava Bean and Quinoa Cakes | UmamiGirl

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via umamigirl.com for you to try with our organic Cumin Ground.

Spinach Fava Bean and Quinoa Cakes by Umamigirl

In a pinch, these simple, superfood griddle cakes are a great finger food option or as a quick but healthy dinner. They’re made with spinach, fava beans, quinoa and a range of wonderful spices.  The recipe for Spinach, Fava Bean and Quinoa Cakes is from Carolyn of the Umami Girl blog. Click on image for Carolyn’s recipe!

Image and recipe credit: umamigirl.com

Cayenne Pepper – Recipe Recommendation

Redeeming Green Soup with Lemon and Cayenne | CookieAndKate

From our kitchen to yours, we are pleased to feature this tasty recipe shared via cookieandkate.com for you to try with our organic Cayenne Pepper.

redeeming-green-soup-with-lemon-and-cayenne-by-Cookie-and-Kate

You may know that kale is better for you cooked, versus raw, along with a variety of other cruciferous veggies containing isothiocyanates.  If you’re a fan of kale, then you’ll enjoy this deliciously restorative green soup recipe from Kate of the Cookie and Kate blog. It’s vegan and gluten free, and made from greens of kale or chard and spinach or baby greens, caramelized onions, arborio rice, and seasoned with lemon and cayenne pepper.  Click on image for the recipe!

Image and recipe from cookieandkate.com