Say “bye, Felicia” to heavy, calorie-laden mayonnaise dips! This light, healthyish version has all the flavor without the calories. Once you have made our artSAVOR 75 based “ranch seasoning” mix – you will have a delicious dip in minutes for vegetable crudité, chips, french fries or any other munchable you like to dip in ranch! We tend to always have some mixed and ready in the fridge. While it can be made last minute, it’s so much better the next day and will keep well to the yogurt’s expiration date. If you want a slightly richer dip, use low-fat sour cream.
Don’t every buy bottled ranch dressing or seasoning packets again! Using artSAVOR 75 as your base, you can quickly make your own delicious ranch seasoning mix. You can enjoy this even more knowing that you flavor creations are not full of preservatives and unpronounceable ingredients. With this you have unlimited options for dips, salad dressing, coatings for baked chicken and pork. Everyone will want to know why your ranch taste better than any they’ve ever tasted before.
artSAVOR 49 plus a little ground fennel seed provides deep flavor to quick pork meatballs. We bake them which is an ideal way to reduce the amount of fat and it easier because you aren’t hovering over to turn them to ensure they are equally browned. This recipe will yield a ton of seasoned ground pork, which you can make a large batch of meatballs and freeze some for future use or even make a meat sauce. The baked penne is even better the next day!
Shallots are magical in our book. They have a deeper flavor than other onions with a bit of the nuttiness that happens when you roast garlic. For those who have dietary issues with garlic, minced shallots in the same amount provide a wonderful garlic substitute. This versatile recipe is one that can be served as a side dish with roast meats of all kinds or used on salads and as an ingredient in a vinaigrette or sauce.
Branzino, or European Sea Bass, is an iconic Mediterranean fish that has delicate, white flesh and a mild, almost sweet flavor. This preparation is so simple and take just minutes. Prepare the suggested Lemon Risotto with Asparagus to the half-way point and then finish it and it will hold, while you cook the Branzino. Your guests will think you have mad skills in the kitchen. artSAVOR holds the secret to the incredible depth and layers of flavors!
Risottos of any kind are always delight to guests. This variation is made bright with artSAVOR 75 and fresh citrus. The lemon juice and zest are added to this comforting mixture at the end of cooking. Use Meyer lemons if you can find them.
The simplest and most versatile recipe that requires just five ingredients, two of which are salt and pepper. Once you learn the 3:1 ratio of three parts oil to one part liquid, you will be on your way to the most inventive ways to dress salads, steamed vegetables, poached fish and more. They will think you’re a TOP CHEF, once you learn this recipe.
This recipes will become one of your go to favorites because it can be prepared ahead of time and used in so many ways. When a recipe suggests you use rotisserie chicken from the store – DON'T – make this instead. The lemon and artSAVOR 75 are very subtle so it can be used cold on a salad, served warm on a bed of simple pasta, used in enchiladas or stirred through a risotto which was my original inspiration.