Thursday, September 26, 2013

Daregal Gourmet #herbs make everything better! Easy & delicious #win sampler frm @1caseycolette #giveaway #recipe 10/15

_I received a sampler of Daregal Gourmet fresh frozen herbs to review as a part of a Blog Friendly PR campaign. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received._


 I recently received the opportunity to review 4 boxes of fresh frozen herbs in the mail. I love to cook, and am usually out of spices, other than salt and pepper. I can't seem to keep garlic. And I use a lot of basil, as it is my favorite herb to cook with. It goes great in just about any dinner meal. I also love love LOVE cilantro, but rarely buy it because I can only ever find it fresh. I am not big on freezing herbs in ice cube trays, although I know you can, it seems like a waste of time and space in my freezer. I buy fresh herbs with the intent to cook with them, only later to find them forgotten about and withered up in the produce drawer of my fridge. I mean well- don't judge me.  I suppose I could grow them, but I don't really have a green thumb. I do have a basil plant, but only because it is hard to kill, and comes back every year! But have you ever heard of FRESH frozen herbs? Simple to use yet the flavor is astounding. AND you never have to see them spoil!! Convinced that Daregal Gourmet will change your views about herbs.
Cilantro

I think if what I just said above applies to you too, then these herbs are perfect for you. Daregal Gourmet Amazon store is where I would recommend buying them, but then again I really love Amazon and buy a lot of stuff from there, it is only natural I would recommend it. I love that the herbs are so easy to open and buy and use. The box has a BUNCH of herbs in it, but still doesn't take up a lot of space in my freezer.. which is really tiny and forever tight on space anyway!


Daregal Gourmet herbs are available on Amazon.com and in the Northeast region at Stop n Shop, Giant Landover, & Shaws!
Here's several reasons why I just know you will also love these herbs as much as I do.
• Fresh Frozen Herbs are Washed, Chopped and Ready to add to any meal.
• Herbs can be sprinkled without defrosting
• Partnerships with farmers allows us to control the entire process from seed to fork
• Customed designed patented machinery for harvesting and manufacturing
• Grown in open fields and harvested at the optimal maturity.
• Quick freezing preserves the color, flavor, texture and fragrance. 
 Long life : 3 years in the freezer
Look how easy!~  
Remove from Freezer
1
Shake box to loosen herbs
2
Lift lid
3
Sprinkle the desired amount onto meal
4
Return to freezer immediately after use
5
Do not thaw  - Keep frozen!
We decided to rent the movie EPIC from Redbox!

I cooked spaghetti and got to use the parsley, garlic and the basil Daregal sent me in it. It was so yummy. I don't know what was better, the spaghetti or the movie!!
Probably the spaghetti since I made so much and there were leftovers... lol
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Here's how I make my spaghetti!
1/2 lb of breakfast sausage (mild)
1/2 lb of Hamburger meat (I use grassfed beef)
(If you have Italian sausage, you can use that instead of sausage and HB meat as well, just vary the recipe to your liking)
1 package of angel hair spaghetti noodles, or whatever pasta you fancy.
1 fresh tomato, or a can of tomatoes.
1 spoon of olive oil or butter (to put in the water of the noodles, it prevents them from sticking)
I jar of spaghetti sauce (no I am not a super mom and do NOT make my own homemade.. ain't NOBODY got time fo dat!~) I prefer a basil or a meat sauce.
1 can of mushrooms OR I use fresh Mushrooms sliced (1 package)
1 Green, or red or yellow bell pepper. I used green this time, but usually use red so my daughter thinks it's tomatoes.. (that's a good Casey trick for ya!)
1 whole onion, I prefer purple, but this time I used yellow.
I also use 1 teaspoon of sugar, 1 teaspoon of sea salt, 1 tablespoon of ketchup (while your cooking the meat, in the meat.. and I know it sounds crazy, but it makes it taste soooo much better!) and also  1 spoon again later in the finished sauce.
1 used 1 heaping spoon of Daregal Garlic, 1 Heaping spoon of Daragel Basil and  a PINCH of Daregal parsley in the noodles while they were cooking.
Here's the directions, just in case you have never made spaghetti.. lol


Before you start cooking the meat, go ahead and chop 1/2 of the onion, to cook in with the meat. Then put your water on to boil. I add a spoon of sea salt, a pinch of the Daregal parsley AND a spoonful of olive oil to the water. Then, I start to brown the meat, the sausage and HB meat, and while it's cooking, add the ketchup and sugar. to the raw meat.
While the meat is cooking, open whatever jars and cans, need to be opened, and start chopping whatever vegetables you want to put in (the other half of the onion, mushroom, tomato, bell pepper) You can substitute a can of tomatoes over fresh, I will sometimes use a can of chopped or stewed tomatoes with basil if I do not have a fresh tomato. 

GARLIC
BASIL
While you are cooking the meat and chopping the vegetables... remember to keep a close eye on the angel hair noodles, as they do not have to cook for very long at all. You can use linguine or spaghetti noodle,s or even elbow macaroni or spiral noodles if that is what you prefer, we just like angel hair the best.. And depending on how firm or soft you like them, pull them off the eye and drain them, and I use a timer to not over cook them.
You can drain the meat or not drain the meat. If you do not, it will be greasy, if you rinse all the oil off the meat in a colander, you lose a lot of the flavor, so what I like to do is strain it, but NOT rinse it, leaving a little of the grease/flavor, but not too much.
Once you do that, you start the sauce. Add all of the vegetables and seasonings in, including the other spoon of sugar and ketchup (the ketchup has vinegar in it, which really livens up the spaghetti, I PROMISE!) and use a BUNCH of the Daregal basil and garlic. Garlic and basil are oh so healthy and you can contradict me all you want, you CANNOT use too much, but you can use too little. You can add salt and pepper to season the sauce after all the vegetables have cooked.
You can mix the sauce with the noodles or keep them in separate containers and serve! Health yand delish!
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Nicole Henke said...

spaghetti looks rgeat!

Nicole Henke said...

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Nicole Henke said...

i would make fall beef stew and corn chowder withthem if i won!

Nicole Henke said...

spaghetti looks rgeat!

Emily said...

Your spaghetti dinner sounds good!

john hutchens said...

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john hutchens said...

I would make halibut with the fresh herbs

john hutchens said...

my secret ingredient in beef stew is brewed coffee

john hutchens said...

my favorite way to use herbs is freshly chopped to top the meat in the meal

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nickieisis3 said...

Your recipe looks great.

Shani F. said...

Your review is thorough and the spaghetti looks great! savvingmom at gmail dot com

clc408 said...

I would like to try the basil because it is not usually available fresh in the winter months.

clc408 said...

Just a word of advice - it's not a good idea to put oil in the pasta water. The starch on the pasta helps the sauce to adhere and the pasta will not stick together if it is cooked properly and the sauce is added immediately.

clc408 said...

I would make my own homemade pasta sauce with the herbs, as well as many other things.

clc408 said...

I sometimes add a sprinkle of nutmeg in savory dishes. It adds a little layer of unexpected flavor.

clc408 said...

My favorite way to use herbs is to snip them fresh on fresh heirloom tomato salad.

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tatertot374 said...

I loved the review and your spaghetti looked so yummy!!

ky2here said...

I'm always ready for an innovative spaghetti recipe. I love the idea of fresh herbs available anytime.

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ky2here said...

Cilantro will be my favorite because it's such a quick 'wake up' solution for bland food.

ky2here said...

I'm making herbed bread.

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Fennel seed is my secret ingredient. Perfect for sausage, meatballs, meatloaf and italian sauces.

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My favorite way to use herbs is straight from my garden.

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jen Gersch said...

i think your recipe looks great love the ingredients

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Klydra Pugh said...

You're review was thorough and humorus. You're recipe was easy to follow and I like that you included easy substitutions.
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Shani F. said...

I would like to try the cilantro the most.

Klydra Pugh said...

If I won I would make stuffed shells which all the herbs can be added to.
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Sonya said...

I'd make cheesy garlic pasta!

Vanessa said...

Great review and I'm hungry so spaghetti sounds delicious!!! momlovesdeals at gmail dot com

Vanessa said...

I'd try the garlic first. I LOVE garlic!

Vanessa said...

My secret ingredient is to use grape jelly in hamburgers, meatballs, and on roasts.

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lilbabypug said...

I would love to win this and I never met a homemade speghetti I didn't like.

RJ said...

Love the review & your recipe looks great! I'm so intrigued by these herbs!

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RJ said...

Cilantro is my fave fresh herb, and most of it I buy rots in my fridge, so definetely that one. Wish they had rosemary & sage, and sold them individually, or offered a pick four option. I never use parsley, which is included in most 4 pks.

RJ said...

Rosemary is my secret ingredient. I use it in many recipes.

D Schmidt mummytotwoboys said...

Fantastic review, I wondered about these. I also had never considered straining my meat to retain flavor, thanks for the tip
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I would most like to try the Cilantro
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I love to use various herbs in my cornbread, appropriate to the dish I'm serving.

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Nicole Millheim said...

I would make spagetti

Atreau said...

Sounds like a great recipe!

Atreau said...

I would like to try the basil and garlic.

Atreau said...

I would use them in homemade pizza.

Atreau said...

I use honey in my pizza crust recipe.

Atreau said...

I like to use herbs in soups and stews.

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Janice Crespo said...

Your post made me very hungry - LOL - I usually DO attempt to make my own sauce - but try to make a big pot and freeze it in smaller batches so that it's easy to use when I want. Yours sounds good tho - the ketchup gets to me - but I guess it could work - will have to give it a try! LOL
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Susan Smoaks said...

Yes this post made me hungry too. It is almost lunch time. I can't wait to try cooking with herbs now and I want to try this recipe!

OmahaCouponClipper said...

Sounds Yummy! Thanks!

Kalona Elaine said...

i hadn't thought to use sugar or ketchup but i might just have to try that! we use a lot of pre-made sauces and i'm always looking for ways to tweak flavors

Kalona Elaine said...

and i'd like to try the fresh basil the most. i think i'd use it the most

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Kalona Elaine said...

i would like to use the basil and garlic to make a lasagna from scratch :)

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my favorite way to use herbs is in cooking italian food

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Darlene said...

You had a great review on these herbs, I love your putting ketchup in your sauce, I would have never thought of that, but it sounds great.

Darlene said...


I would love to try parsley, it is my go to herb. I especially like it fresh, but this would be my second choice.

Darlene said...


I would make lasagna with these herbs, my whole family loves it.

Darlene said...

My special ingredient I use when I make my chili is I add cinnamon

Darlene said...

My favorite ways to use herbs is in salads, Potato, mac and even lettuce salad

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Nice....it looks tasty to me!

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tarter95 said...

I like your review/recipe and step by step instructions for those just learning to cook.

tarter95 said...

I would like to try the Garlic and Cilantro.

tarter95 said...

I would make salsa using the Cilantro.

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I use sugar and cream cheese in my mashed potatoes. The sugar helps reduce the starch in the potatoes...

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My favorite way to use herbs is in everyday cooking...sneak a little healthy in..

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I like your suggestion about using Italian Sausage in your recipe instead of hamburger. I love Italian sausage, especially the hot kind.
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they all look good

bettycd said...

Your recipe sounds great! The reality of cooking is taking the recipe as a guide and then reasonably accomplishing the goal with what you have on hand. Sauce can be accomplished in so many ways. I have a friend who uses tomato soup while another uses the canned diced tomatoes with garlic and onion.
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bettycd said...

the first herb I would want, would be garlic. It can make a world of difference

bettycd said...

I would make lasagna with fresh herbs -

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The spaghetti dinner sounds so yummy. eclairre at ymail dot com

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I wanna try the cilantro.

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Juleemm said...

the spaghetti sounds really good.

Juleemm said...

I would really love to try the Cilantro. We love cilantro but it does not keep well.

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Jennifer Fryar said...

This is the first time I have seen frozen herbs! Would love to win!

Tara Carlson said...

I use herbs all the time when cooking, but it's usually the stuff out of a plastic tub from the store - I'd love to try frozen herbs instead, and give your recipe a try (I'd probably use both green and red peppers in it, maybe yellow too - the more peppers, the better!)

caseykelp said...

Your review was good and through. You have now made me want to get up and make some pasta, who doesn't love a good pasta meal. Thank you.

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Your review really makes me want to try Daregal herbs (and I probably will with my next Amazon order) - I love cooking with herbs, but like you do NOT have a green thumb. I usually use the dried herbs; I'd love to see what sort of difference using Daregal herbs would make in the flavors of my food! (tkc4242 -at- gmail dot com)

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I would like to try out the garlic and basil.

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Caroline Ivory said...

I want to win because i hate chopping. This is perfect!

wen budro said...

I most want to try their garlic frozen herb.

wen budro said...

Mmmm....I think that your spaghetti recipe sounds delicious.

wen budro said...

Hmmm....I might make the spaghetti recipe or some garlic beef stir fry with the herbs.

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noreen said...

Your recipe sounds yummy and the herbs sound great

noreen said...

I want to try the basil the most as it is not available fresh at my store most if the time

noreen said...

I want to try using them in my lasagna

noreen said...

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Danielle Williams said...

Great review and the recipe sounds amazing!

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walk9 said...

We eat a lot of pasta in this house so we use tons of basil or oregano

Danielle Williams said...

I would love to try the basil and cilantro!

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Your review and recipe are great! I love to cook and would love to try these herbs.

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I would love to make spaghetti with the herbs.


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Danielle Williams said...

I would use in my home made Spaghetti or my Thai Chicken salad!

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Lemon Grass! I use it in my Thai Beef Salad!

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I love using herbs to freshen up dishes...like in roasting a chicken or added to butter before spreading on my turkey for Thanksgiving!

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cassiesmom1008 said...

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cassiesmom1008 said...

i would like to try the garlic and basil
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coriwestphal said...

I love your recipe! So easy! And I like how you just toss it all in the pot so it's all ready to go!

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coriwestphal said...

I think I'd use basil most. I love tossing some fresh basil with a bit of pasta, olive oil, and some parmesan! So easy and yummy!

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coriwestphal said...

I'd like to use the Garlic most often! I use garlic in all sorts of dishes!

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My secret ingredient is mustard. It really kicks up the flavor in spaghetti, chili, or even meatloaf!

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coriwestphal said...

My favorite way to use herbs is in fresh salsa or grilled fresh vaggies!

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Katherine Frias said...

First I would love to say, I would love to win! I WANT to win! I try to use fresh herbs as much as I can, but like you mentioned they go bad quick so unfortunately I waste a lot...Just learning this year how to cook with fresh herbs...changed my way of eating...my favorites are dill, basil, cilantro & rosemary :) Your spaghetti sounded delish...as I am vegetarian, I tend to use tofu/beans in most of my meals, but found a choizo sausage that I think would go great in your recipe...going to try it! One of my favorite dishes I make with fresh herbs is scrambled eggs...with cilantro, dill, zucchini, tomatoes, spinach...good fo me. I "liked" you on FB followed you on Twitter (@kitkatbaby67) and followed @BlogFriendlyPR.shared...pinned...you can contact me

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