You must be signed-in to rate this recipe. Click
Baked fruits with a kick
To give baked fruits a warm flavour, try grinding over a little Schwartz Black Pepper!
Basil, chocolate and passion fruit pancake
Try making a delicious passion fruit cream filling for pancakes by beating together 125g mascarpone cheese, the juice of 2 passion fruit 2 tbs caster sugar and the seeds from a Schwartz vanilla pod. Finish pancakes by drizzling with a chocolate and Basil sauce made by melting 125g chocolate, 50ml whipping cream and 1 tsp Schwartz Basil in a pan. Stir in 2 tbs golden syrup and 25g butter at the end to give a glossy sauce.
For a quick and tasty lunch stir Perfect Shake Classic BBQ into baked beans, spoon over baked potato, then top with grated cheese.
For a sweet and spicy breakfast gently heat some honey, add a pinch of Ground Ginger and drizzle over hot toast.
Bruschetta with basil
For a delicious Bruschtta topping, try adding Schwartz Basil to chopped tomatoes with a little olive oil.
Butterscotch and Ginger Sauce for pancakes
Try making a delicious butterscotch sauce for pancakes. Simply melt 25g butter in a saucepan over a medium heat, add 100g brown sugar and cook for 3-4 minutes until the mixture is smooth. Remove from heat and add 125g double cream along with ½ tsp Schwartz Ginger Ground. Return to heat and heat through, serve over pancakes with vanilla ice cream
Carrots and root vegetables with cumin
To give your carrots and root vegetables a delicious nutty, citrus flavour, try sprinkling over Schwartz Caraway Seeds or Cumin Seeds.
Charred Orange, Black rum and Allspice pancakes
Make a delicious sweet sauce for pancakes by placing 75g granulated sugar and a splash of orange juice in a pan and heat until it starts to caramelise. Add 75ml more orange juice, 2 tbs black rum, a pinch of Schwartz Allspice and 3 tbs of butter and heat for a further 2-3 minutes until smooth. Pour over pancakes and garnish with charred orange segments made by placing segments on a baking tray, topping with sugar and placing under a hot grill until lightly charred.
For a simple and delicious oozing cheese fondue, try slicing the top rind from a Camembert Wheel. Sprinkle with Thyme then bake in a medium oven for 10-15 minutes until cheese has melted. Serve with toasted pittas to dip.
Liven up cod fillets with a sprinkle of Schwartz Lemon Pepper to add a refreshing zesty taste.
Delicate Herbs Tip
Try adding herbs with delicate leaves such as Chives, Tarragon and Parsley towards the end of cooking so they retain their flavour.
For really flavoursome Béchamel and other milk based sauces, peel a small onion and stud with Schwartz Whole Cloves, make a slit down the side and slide in a Schwartz Bay Leaf. Pop into the milk when it’s heating, and remove before using the milk in your sauce.
[Go back to the top of the page]