BBQ Spice Blend
This is a great BBQ spice blend for chicken, pork, or steak. It’s also great to use as a taco seasoning. You could also use this for any oven baked meat dish too. Try it on this grilled chicken.
Adapted from a Molly Steven’s recipe from Bon Appetit
Roasted chickpeas are an easy, healthy, and tasty snack alternative to chips. Slightly nutty and crunchy, these little nuggets can take on any flavor. Just change up the spices to create different flavors. Below is a mainly cumin and coriander blend. You could use basil, oregano, and thyme and sprinkle with Parmigiano-Reggiano for an Italian flavor. For a Barbecue flavor try ground mustard, powdered garlic, powdered onion, paprika, and chili pepper. Or, a salt and vinegar spice for Salt & Vinegar.
Roasted Carrots with Toasted Cumin-Coriander Blend
I love roasted carrots. Drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt, roasted carrots almost taste like a sweet-savory dessert, at least to me. Sprinkle with Toasted Cumin-Coriander Blend before roasting to get a lovely, fragrant warm spice note.