Vanns Sichuan Peppercorns add a spicy twist to cumin-scented lamb meatballs, counterbalanced with a cooling cucumber salad.
Ground lamb lends itself naturally to the flavors of the Middle East, but a lesser known region that makes great use of lamb can be found in the Sichuan region of China. Cumin is still made great use of in these lamb meatballs, but the flavor is pushed in a different direction with the use of savory soy sauce and Vanns Sichuan Peppercorns, which provide a particular kind of slightly tingling, numbing heat. A cooling cucumber salad with more Sichuan peppercorns and some nutty toasted sesame oil and sesame seeds provides the perfect balance for this light meal.
Juicy lamb meatballs seasoned with a Turkish spice blend make for a delicious sandwich filling or appetizer.
Vanns Harissa adds spice and flavor to this Middle Eastern-inspired burger, perfect for your grill or your stovetop.
A simple lentil, vegetable, and herb salad, jazzed up with the addition of cumin and sumac.
There’s a small restaurant chain in Los Angeles called Zankou Chicken that is well known for its super secret chicken shawarma recipe, which is crispy and juicy and beautifully spiced and comes with a crazy-good garlic sauce that will make your breath reek for at least the next few hours if not days.
It's almost Memorial Day, and you know what that means -- time to take the cover off your grill, stock up on the charcoal and propane, and fill your grocery cart with your favorite pieces of meat and grillable vegetables.
It’s starting to feel like real springtime weather these days -- cool in the mornings and evenings, warm during the day, weather that sometimes makes it hard to know what to eat. A cool, refreshing, summery salad or a comforting, warming wintery stew?
A lighter take on a taco salad, featuring ground turkey spiced with Vanns Taco Seasoning, and a homemade pico de gallo salsa.
A Chesapeake Bay spin on the classic Cobb Salad, featuring smoked trout and a Vanns Chesapeake Bay Seafood Seasoning spiked ranch dressing.
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.