A minty spin on coleslaw inspired by a traditional Lebanese dish.
Vanns Peppermint Leaves are a powerhouse flavor addition here to the bright combination of crisp, raw green cabbage and a lemon-garlic dressing. This dish is a great side for a hearty, warmly-spiced stew or tagine, cutting through thick, savory sauces with its cool flavors. The mint is refreshing and surprising, but not overpowering, and it really brings out the sweetness of the cabbage that you might have forgotten about. If you love Middle Eastern flavors, this is a great dish to have in your repertoire, as a way to quickly add a cooling vegetable side to just about any meal.
Serves 4 as a side. Adapted from Bon Appetit.
Maybe you have your grilling recipes all set for this weekend. Maybe you're letting someone else do the grilling. Either way, don't forget about the sides! This coleslaw hits all the right notes.
Coleslaw isn't the only kind of cabbage salad out there - grilling wedges of cabbage before drizzling them with a vinaigrette spiked with smoky, spicy Vanns Chipotle Chili Powder reveals an entirely new side to this versatile vegetable.
A quick shirmp dish that builds flavor through the use of Asian aromatics, earthy turmeric, and spicy chili flakes. Combined with a refreshing slaw, it just needs a side of rice to make a complete meal.
A Chesapeake Bay spin on the classic Cobb Salad, featuring smoked trout and a Vanns Chesapeake Bay Seafood Seasoning spiked ranch dressing.
Vanns Sichuan Peppercorns add a spicy twist to cumin-scented lamb meatballs, counterbalanced with a cooling cucumber salad.
Have you ever had Tabbouleh? No, I’m not talking about a grain salad demurely flecked with parsley, that tastes mostly of bulgur or couscous or quinoa or whatever grain someone needed to use up.
Have you ever heard of sumac? If you live in the American South, you may think of it as a weed. But hopefully after making this recipe, you will now think of it as a delicious weed.
The delicate anise flavor of Vanns Tarragon shines in this recipe for a classic dressing, lightened up with the use of Greek yogurt, tossed with a salad as crisp and green as the dressing itself.
A lighter take on a taco salad, featuring ground turkey spiced with Vanns Taco Seasoning, and a homemade pico de gallo salsa.
Hummus isn't the only bean-based dip that's easy to make at home -- this red-lentil based spread is a vegetarian version of kibbe, a Lebanese dish that takes many forms, but always involves bulgur wheat and a mix of delicious spices.