Dulcet Cuisine Makes Wonderful Dressings, Marinades and Rubs That Lead People to Think You Are A Genius in the Kitchen!

As you know, I love to spend time in the kitchen, cooking for friends and neighbours.

But lately, I’ve been lucky to grab a sandwich in between meetings. And cooking dinner has meant whipping something together in about half an hour and then getting back to work or heading out for an event.

But just because I’m cooking quickly, doesn’t mean it can’t be tasty or healthy. So lately, I’ve been relying heavily on condiments and marinades to get me through this busy time. And no one does it like
Dulcet Cuisine.

Pam Kraemer
started the company back in 2004 and has created products that use only 100% natural ingredients, so you can feel good about using them.

Everything she makes is full of flavour, so you don’t have to do much to make your food taste great. Just spread on a mustard or rub, pour on a dressing or sauce or leave something in one of the fabulous marinades for just half an hour and you’ve got a wonderful dish that didn’t take any time or effort at all.

Now at first I felt a little guilty – these taste so good and I don’t have to do anything?

But don’t worry my little dumplings. It’s totally okay, as long as you don’t call it “homemade”!

There are a lot of items to choose from and are quite different than what I’ve seen offered in specialty grocery stores. So branch out and give Moroccan spices a try or make a Madras Curry Stew tonight and leave that tired old recipe of chicken with tomato sauce in the cookbook file for a night. You’ll be happy you made the change.

Try the
Asian Dressing and Dipping Sauce on top of a mixed green salad or over stir fried noodles and veg or the Chinese Chicken Salad recipe on the bottle.

This sauce was a life saver the other night! I had made Vietnamese pho (quick dinner in a bowl, I call it) and had bough frozen spring rolls, but forget to get dipping sauce! Dulcet’s was perfect and such a nice change from the normally sweet ones that you find on the grocery shelves. With whole ingredients such as soy sauce (water, whole soybeans, salt, whole wheat), rice vinegar, sesame oil, honey, cane sugar, non-GMO canola oil, ground ginger, mustard seed, white pepper, made with no preservatives, emulsifiers or thickeners, you’d be crazy not to keep a bottle or two of these on hand!

And while you’re at it, get a couple of the
Balsamic Dressing and Dipping Sauce bottles as well! Not only great on salads and vegetables, but I like it with steak, chicken and pork. Now isn’t that much more exciting than a sprinkling of sage?

One of my favourite Dulcet discoveries is the Lemon, Mustard & Dill Sauce. The mustard gives it an extra little kick and I used the whole bottle in under a week, covering chicken and veal in it and also making a vibrant potato salad with it. And it was all so easy – just pour and bake!

Ahh. This is fantastic for these kinds of crazy weeks when I want to eat well, but not sacrifice taste or nutrition!

And let’s not forget the
Madras Curry Sauce & Marinade. I smothered pork chops with this. Mmm, they were good!

Dulcet also carries great mustards – Madras Curry, Creole, and Moroccan. Sure you can use them for sandwiches, but how about spreading it on your steak or grilled portobellos! Adding it into pasta and couscous salads!

Another great idea is trying out Dulcet’s Cooking Spices and Rubs. I like this for a quick chicken dinner or to liven up a fillet of fish. There’s Moroccan, Madras Curry, and Creole.

These don’t take up any room in the fridge and you can do a rub just for half an hour before baking, broiling or pan-frying and get a fully exotic flavour. Try doing that with the few sad, old spices you have lying around.

You can
shop online for all of these items, thus saving you time and energy pouring over nutrition labels at the grocery store. And because everything is 100% natural, you don’t have to worry about using a premade sauce – this is the good stuff!

You can also shop for
gift sets. Not only do they make a wonderful hostess, birthday or housewarming gift, they are packaged using recycled materials, as are all of Dulcet Cuisine’s products. Dulcet also patronizeas sustainable farms and to support renewable energy resources.

I am hooked on
Dulcet Cuisine’s products and think you will be too.

Stephanie Dickison

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