Thursday, September 10, 2015

Add Flavor to Any Dish with Daregal Fresh Frozen Herbs!

**Complimentary products received in exchange for our honest review.  All opinions are ours and ours alone**

"Looking for the secret to fresher, more flavorful cooking? Search no further than the freezer case. Daregal, the herb experts since 1887, proudly introduces an innovation sure to become an essential for every home cook: fresh frozen herbs. These ready-to-use frozen chopped herbs can go directly from the freezer into any soup, sauce, salad, or spread, no thawing necessary. Simply remove the container from the freezer, give a little shake to loosen the chopped herbs, and sprinkle out the desired amount. "


We use lots of herbs and spices in our cooking and I love to use fresh when possible.  However, often times I buy packets of fresh herbs at the grocery store which are pretty pricey and I hardly ever use the full amount before it goes bad.  I hate wasting ingredients, especially expensive ones!  That's why I have been super pumped about using the herb collection Daregal sent us to review!  


These fresh frozen herbs are washed and chopped, saving me lots of time.  Since they are frozen, they stay fresh longer than store bought or dry versions, which saves me money.  They are fairly easy to dispense into or on top of any dish and they really add that pop of freshness that can up the flavor ante of any kitchen creation.  I have used them in sauces, soups and broths mostly, but they are also great as last minute additions to pasta, added into meat and potato dishes and as toppings for pizza, salad and bread.  Pretty much anything tastes better with fresh herbs!

Daregal fresh frozen herbs are the next best thing to having a year-round herb garden right in the kitchen:)


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