Why You Should Incorporate Paprika into Your Diet

Used worldwide in a range of dishes, paprika is a spice made from the dried peppers of the plant Capsicum annuum. It comes in sweet, smoked, and hot varieties, as well as a plethora of colors, including red and orange. And as it turns out, it’s not only rich in antioxidants, but also vitamins and

Top 6 Benefits of Spicy Food (and Sauces!)

Turns out, your taste for hot and spicy food can actually help your health! So if you’re in the habit of sloshing on our Spicy Stir Fry or have an unwavering love for our Ginger Lemon Sriracha, read on. Here’s how these hot and spicy foods (and our spiciest of sauces!) can help your health:

How to Upgrade Your Instant Ramen, the Dangold Way

Looking to upgrade your Instant Ramen? Then look no further than our Spicy Stir Fry blend. An inspired mix of red bell peppers, hot chili, coriander, and garlic, our Spicy Stir Fry variety works great with anything you want to be tasty, spicy, and rich. And this is especially true when it comes to store-bought

A Lesson in: Ginger

Simply put, ginger is *the* great soother. And, many cultures know it best as treatment for an upset stomach (ginger ale, anybody?). But stomachaches are merely the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the level of depths ginger holds. While its flavor is bold (and can be used in a surprisingly large number

5 Tips on How To Become a Pro Grillmaster

The grill, often hosted in backyards or patios and exposed to the open air, has an element of wildness to it compared to all other cooking methods. From the crackle of flames to the sizzle of meat on the rack, you don’t just master the grill— you tame it. Whether it’s burgers or  ribs, or zucchini and

A Lesson In: Sage

Sage, as the name implies, invokes the idea of both wisdom and a natural, earthy aura. When it comes down to what Sage provides in flavor, that’s not entirely far from the mark.  Also known as Salvia Officinalis, Sage originates from the Meditteranean and has enjoyed a long history of both culinary and medicinal usage.

A Lesson In: Cayenne Pepper

Buffalo sauce. Need we say more? Cayenne pepper is the #1 ingredient in the world-famous wing sauce, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this spicy (but not TOO spicy) pepper.  Cayenne, similar to paprika, is a member of the Capsicum family of spices. Products labeled cayenne powder are sometimes

Easy Winter Recipes

Try these simple dishes on a cold, wintery evening when only comfort food will do. Sausages with Winter Vegetable Mash Ingredients: 4 sausages, regular or reduced-fat 2 parsnips 2 or 3 medium potatoes 175g Brussels sprout 4 tbsp milk 1 tbsp wholegrain mustard Dangold Roasted Garlic Rosemary and Sea Salt Blend Grill the sausages for

A Lesson in: Paprika

Paprika is a spice made from ground up different varieties of Capsicum peppers –including sweet bell peppers, hot red and/or peppers and other varieties. It is a national spice in Hungary with a 200 year history! There are six classes of paprika in Hungary, but Hungarians aren’t the only people who use it – paprika

Choosing and Making the Best Holiday Ham

When it comes to choosing the star of your holiday meal, a handful of entrees promise an unforgettable dining experience. A gorgeously glazed ham is at the top of that list. Ham can be a tricky dish to prepare, and even choosing which kind to get can be difficult, but that’s where we come in.

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