The simple addition of Vanns Cardamom can make your daily coffee habit feel like a special occasion.
Cardamom-infused coffee is a fairly standard combination in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, so if you're drawn to flavors from those regions in your food, perhaps you should give them a try in your coffee as well! The floral fragrance of cardamom compliments the bitter complexity of coffee beans perfectly. Their flavors meld best when the coffee beans and cardamom seeds are ground together - you can then take those grounds and prepare coffee in any way you desire - black, milky and sweet, iced, cold brewed, or even put through an espresso machine.
Place coffee beans and cardamom in a coffee grinder and grind to desired consistency. Brew coffee using your favorite method.
Father's Day is coming up this weekend, and you know what that means -- big, tasty breakfast time! If you're going for a savory situation, with bacon, eggs, toast, and whatever else Dad loves, this is a great recipe to add a touch of sweetness to the end.
A fluffy, crispy, buttery Dutch baby pancake is spiced up with warm Vanns Cardamom and Cinnamom and topped with a sharp, sweet blackberry compote.
A simple almond frangipane elevates a rustic stone fruit galette.
These falafel sandwiches are straight-up amazing. The falafel is flavorful, crisp, and light, so good that even by itself it’s a wonderful thing.
Vanns ground cardamom and almond extract add a fragrant twist to classic rice pudding, while cooking the rice in almond milk lightens things up.
Vanns Cardamom, Cinnamon, Black Tellicherry Peppercorns, and Vanilla add depth and warmth to sweet, chewy, candied orange peels.
An Indian restaurant staple, this refreshing drink is simple to make at home.
Both of these recipes are kind of magical -- they take super simple ingredients like water, flour, butter, salt, and Vanns Smoked Spanish Paprika and turn them into beautiful, impressive golden brown focaccia and a deeply orange-red, perfectly flavored smoked paprika butter to be spread on top. It makes a great appetizer for any occasion, but be careful that your guests don’t fill themselves up on it! It’s a little bit addictive.
Making dessert for a crowd can be difficult. Something like a pie is almost big enough, but you'll have to carefully dissect it into tiny slivers to really make it work. A layer cake looks spectacular, but presents the same slicing problem.