Into It: Grocery Store Finds That Add Flavor in a Flash
Quick and easy ways to update your favorite summer recipes.
This new jelly is sure to be your summer jam, because it's made with real fruit juice and tastes like a bite of fresh watermelon. Try it on toast, mixed into yogurt, added to glazes or sauces or served with cheese and crackers.
If you're looking to heat things up this summer, try zhoug, which hails from Yemen. It comes in red, green and brown varieties and is typically made from hot peppers, cilantro, garlic, salt and seasonings. This is a great spicy alternative to chimichurri or pesto. Try it drizzled over falafel, meat, fish, vegetables or paired with hummus or other spreads.
This popular new fruit on the block works well as a meat alternative. Jackfruit is a popular tropical fruit in Southeast Asia. The flesh is starchy and fibrous with a very subtle flavor. Packaged jackfruit comes plain, but also in a variety of different flavors. Try BBQ Jackfruit in place of pulled meats, paired with BBQ sauce, or in chili, tacos or nachos.
Cashew Flour Tortillas
Change up your taco night routine with these new tortillas, which are naturally gluten-free and great for anyone on specialty diets like paleo. Once they are warmed, cashew tortillas become very malleable and are a great substitute for traditional tortillas. Use them as you would corn or flour tortillas.