Each 2 ounce bottle is packed with intense flavor, made with fresh ingredients and has no fillers. It’s just a concentrated amount of the product made from the actual ingredient and can be used as a substitute in almost any recipe.
At the show, we tried the garlic spray on a plain cracker and it was like eating a piece of garlic. It had the same smell and flavor as when I rub a piece of garlic on an Italian loaf to make garlic bread.
We took home their Italian and red chile sprays to try, and have been using them on a regular basis. The red chile spray we’ve used on salmon before grilling it, in our scallop mixture and to give a little kick to hamburgers before cooking them, while the Italian one we’ve used in our tomato sauce, oil-based bread dips and on sub sandwiches.
They even came in handy last night when I ran out of basil while making a mixture to brush on homemade crescent rolls, (recipe coming later this week!) which is why even if you prefer to use fresh out-of-the-garden herbs, we suggest still having these on hand.
Each bottle contains about 300 sprays, and would last a typical household about four months. They have citrus, herbs, pepper, specialty and variety packs available for purchase.