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I have a problem. I waste money on fresh herbs almost monthly.
I buy those little packs of herbs, as small as I can get, in hopes I’ll use it all before they start to go bad, but it never happens. I use a few leaves here and there, but it’s never enough. Most recipes I need fresh herbs for usually only call for a few teaspoons at most.
Now I really hate wasting money. Every time I throw something out from the fridge I cringe. It’s also caused a weird relationship with my food, as I find myself nervous to buy anything fresh, because ‘what if we don’t eat it in time!’
Besides not being healthy for the mind to think like that, it’s not really healthy for the family either. It means we tend to buy the highly processed, shelf-stable foods much more often than the good for you fresh stuff.
Well, thanks to Dorot Gardens, I’m now buying fresh herbs again that won’t be wasted! The price is on point for what I spend on those little packets of fresh herbs, but now I won’t be tossing anything in the garbage. You can find them in the freezer section at your local Kroger.
I’m all about saving money and still giving my family meals they can enjoy. Thanks to these perfectly portioned cubes of herbs and garlic, I can take our meals to a new level again. Since breakfast has been my big focus lately, I tried these first in a Tomato Basil Egg Skillet.
Breakfast at our house has to be fast to make, and full of flavors everyone will enjoy – which is why the kids usually just end up with cereal. Eggs are my favorite way to go, but sometimes getting all the components together for truly delicious eggs, can take a bit. Washing, cutting, and then cleaning up any fresh herbs is just a pain. Dorot Gardens takes all that away!
This Tomato Basil Egg Skillet is ready in 5 minutes and is so much better than regular old scrambled eggs. From Dorot Gardens you’ll need the garlic and basil varieties.
- 4 eggs
- 1 cube Dorot Garden's Basil
- 1 cube Dorot Gadren's Garlic
- 1 Roma Tomato, chopped
- salt and pepper to taste
- Whish eggs in a small bowl.
- Heat a non-stick skillet on medium-low heat. Add basil and garlic. Crush with a spoon, and stir around for about 30 seconds to 1 minute.
- Add eggs and tomatoes to the pan. Stirring periodically to scramble. Cook until eggs are no longer runny.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Serve warm.
So stop wasting money and go find Dorot Gardens fresh herbs to elevate your plate.