I do love products that make your life easier in the kitchen. Especially ingredients that we use regularly and it comes ready prepped. This makes cooking your favourite dishes super quick and easy.
The Lazy range of products is one of those that I like to keep handy. If you don’t like the idea of peeling and chopping garlic or ginger, these are the products for you. My go to recipes tend to be either Asian or Italian, both of which call for the use of garlic. From their products, I can use the chopped garlic, smoked garlic or the garlic paste in a squeezy tube.
I like to keep a jar of Lazy Garlic in the fridge as I can just dip in, scoop a spoonful into a hot wok and make a quick stir fry. Dinner in minutes. Here’s one to try, my Vietnamese lemongrass chicken recipe. (Top tip: you can buy mega jars in Costc0, no more chopping garlic.)
At a recent Lazy food cooking class, we learnt a few more tricks and recipes with Hugo (@HugdeCook) Using a variety of the Lazy products including garlic, ginger, lemongrass to chilli paste. We made 3 scrumptious dishes that anyone can recreate at home.
I’d recommend the garlic and ginger paste as staples to keep handy at all times. As you can see from the dishes we cooked below, they can be used for both sweet and savoury dishes. For the recipes:
For the recipes:
- Almost Nicoise Salad
- Honey Sriracha Chicken with grilled pineapples and sesame broccoli
- Apple and blackberry pie with ginger caramel sauce
You can buy the range of Very Lazy products from all big supermarkets.
EatCookExplore was a guest of Lazy Food