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Dorot: My Secret Ingredient To Make Cooking Easier

Dorot: My Secret Ingredient To Make Cooking Easier

Have you ever wished it was easier to wash, chop and peel fresh herbs with no mess at all? Or was in a hurry to cook dinner and didn't have any garlic on-hand? I'm going to let you in on a secret, Dorot is my answer. 

What is Dorot? It's crushed pre-portioned garlic, onions and herbs that come fresh frozen in trays (20 cubes per tray). This eliminates chopping and measuring, making it effortless to season and flavor your cooking. This means, no prep or cleanup!

I first discovered Dorot in the frozen veggie aisle of Trader Joe's years ago. Garlic or herbs are used in every dish I cook. I had told my sister that I cook at least two times a week but never used all my garlic before it spoiled. When my sister recommended their line of pre-portioned fresh frozen herbs, I was amazed and curious. She went on about it being easy to use and a life saver to keep on-hand in the freezer for whenever you need.  And then, I was sold.

Product: Fresh Frozen Garlic & Herbs

  • Crushed Garlic
  • Crushed Ginger
  • Chopped Basil
  • Chopped Parsley
  • Chopped Cilantro
  • Chopped Dill
  • Sautéed Glazed Onions
  • Chopped Chili Pepper

You can find these products at your local Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.

Price: $2.00
Highlight: Dorot's pre-portioned garlic, onions and herbs eliminate chopping, measuring and spoilage.
Potential Problems: None encountered.
Splurge-Worthy? Yes!
Website: Dorot

Click here to learn more about all the benefits of Dorot and redeem this coupon.

Hot Links and Sauerkraut over Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes

I have a few ingredients I always keep stocked in my fridge whenever I have a "I don't know what to make for dinner" days. Dorot's crushed garlic and hot links are one of my staples. Today, I made Hot Links and Sauerkraut over Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes inspired by this Food Network recipe, which uses kielbasa. I used hot links instead and topped it off with Sir Kensington's spicy brown mustard.

This post is sponsored by Dorot but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

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