For many, the best part of holiday dinners is the leftover meals the next day. Hollandaise is not as scary as it seems, and eggs benedict is a fantastic way to use leftover Ham or Turkey! You can make this recipe your own by using your favorite SKORDO Blend to season the sauce, I chose SKORDO Cajun Blackening Seasoning today but have loved SKORDO Harissa Spice Blend and SKORDO Berbere for it in the past. There are techniques all over the internet of blender or microwave variations, below you’ll find a classic method for the stovetop. I reach for this one since you’ll need the simmering pot for poached eggs anyway!
If you are able to experience Rise Pizza & Pub in Cumberland, Maine - the entire team at SKORDO highly recommends it! Our friend, the talented chef Rocco Marzilli leads the team at this new family friendly pub where traditional dishes meet creative twists, innovative flavors, and deeply personal recipes. Until November 30, experience Rocco's special pasta dish featuring SKORDO's Fore Street Shallot Blend... fresh made pasta infused with our herby peppery blend, tossed with homemade marinara and herb cheese mixture, (and a little pancetta). Here's Rocco's recipe - a must try!
A staple side dish that can turn out dozens of ways! If you choose the right tools, pick the right potatoes, and use a delicious SKORDO blend, you’re bound for success. Yukon Gold or Russet Potatoes will yield a creamy, not waxy, mashed. Using a ricer or potato masher will result in a fluffy mashed that is not gummy from overwhipping. In previous years we’ve reached for roasted garlic or fresh chives, but this year we’ve launched SKORDO Fore St Blend (Salt, Shallots, Green Peppercorns, Onion, Garlic, Chives) and now it’s all we need!