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20 Ways to Use Lasting Harvest Gourmet Dip Mixes

Updated: Jun 9

The warmer months are traditionally the time when we are entertaining and finding meals that don't require too much cooking. So that is when we usually sell our Gourmet Dip Mixes the most. That said, we have been finding new ways to use these versatile mixes other than mixing them with sour cream or yoghurt and we are loving it! Now while we haven't tried ALL of the suggestions below, there are definitely some on the short list!

gourmet dip and spice mix
  • Adding this warm mix to pumpkin soup is the first thing that comes to mind. If not everyone shares your love of spicy food then this is a great option. If you don't already have your own favourite version of pumpkin soup then you should check out in-house Pumpkin Soup, we love it and love it eve more with a sprinkle of Perky Pumpkin & Chilli Dip Mix stirred in.

  • Sprinkle some on a wheel of baked brie and really impress your guests. Served with gourmet crackers and nuts this is almost a meal in itself.

  • Roll your baked veggies in some dip mix before roasting. The more the better.

Seasoned Roast Vegetables

  • Mexican straight off the bat! Although mixed with a combination of sour cream and avocado is delicious, you could make it dairy free by eliminating the sour cream.

  • Mix with some mayonnaise for a lunchbox sandwich sensation.

  • Mixed with cream cheese, spread on crackers and topped with fresh tomato slices.

  • Mixed with hummus and spread on wraps with a crunchy green salad.

  • Added seasoning to borscht soup.

  • Pizza seasoning, either in the base or sprinkled on top.

  • Meat seasoning or marinade.

  • Mix with natural yoghurt or and a squeeze of lemon as a dipping sauce for samosas or pakoda.

  • Added seasoning to salad dressing or salad topper.

  • Added seasoning to your favourite curry.

  • Coat your favourite protein with a generous serve of this delicious mix and impress family and friends.

  • Coat your next tray of roast vegetables to change things up.

  • Hot chip seasoning, homemade or shop bought.

  • Added seasoning to Moroccan Rice.

  • Again with the roast veggies! (esp. carrots)

  • Mild enough to add to your next carrot cake recipe.

  • Flavour plain muffins for a snazzy lunchbox treat.

Carrot Cake Spicy Carrot Cake

There you have it. Plenty of ways to get creative in the kitchen with any of our Dip/Seasoning Mixes. If you have other ways you have used any of the dip mixes we would love to hear about it. Drop us an email or message us through Facebook.

We hope you enjoyed reading this article and got some ideas or inspiration to get into your kitchen and whip up a storm!


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