giovedì 22 aprile 2010

Ariosto seasonings & some tasty dishes!

Dear followers and readers, today I want to introduce you to a very useful and tasty italian product, Ariosto Seasonings. The italian seasoning brand also launches a nice initiative, which can be found out on their website where you can find the email address of a very kind Mr. Lo Presti who will explain you how to take part in the initiative. All you have to do is hosting a logo of the brand on the sidebar of your blog, and post a recipe in which you use the products he will send you through the post. Just write him an email, he will answer quickly and fully!

And now, let me show you some of the dishes I prepared using the products I received just the other day. I got some bags of different seasonings, 2 boxes of seasoning for potatoes and meat and a bag of bread. On the first picture, you can see bread crostini, a starter dish for which I used Ariosto Aglio e peperoncino seasoning...Easy to make, but very spicy & tasty!

And now the potato chips, for which I used the Ariosto potato seasoning...needless to say that they are incredibly better with it!

This last dish was the one my family liked the most! Chicken titbits with roasted potato. For the fried chicken I used Ariosto IMPAN, a great ready cooked bread; All you have to do is to dip the meat in milk and then roll it in the bread.The result is wonderful, brown, crispy, and tasty!
For the roasted potatoes I used the same seasoning I used for the chips. To prepared this type of roasted potatoes, I first put them in a saucepan filled with cold water, let the water boil and then strain the potatoes. Place them in a casserole or a baking tin, pour on about 5 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil, add some butter and of course, Ariosto seasoning for potatoes! Bake at 220°C, til they brown, and you will see what a great result you will have!

I hope you liked the post of today, my aim was to let you know this great Italian brand and the opportunity I was given from this company to try their products doing a very little and simple thing like a post on my blog. Believe me, it is worth the try!
Enjoy! And don't forget to give it a try!
For more infos, visit the website that I linked above.

8 commenti:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti ha detto...

Ariosto looks like a wonderful seasoning, Annalisa. The crostini, potato schips and chicken look delicious. Thanks for recommending it!

Mari Nuñez ha detto...

You got me...this plate looks delicious! I wish I was near, just to go by and have some.

Have a great evening.

Unknown ha detto...

Thanks for the info.! Lovely ideas..yumm!


Federica Simoni ha detto...

ciao!!! anch'io uso Ariosto!! è un insaporitore eccezionale!! complimenti per i tuoi piatti super!! ciao!

Anonimo ha detto...

Hey girl, I just stopped by to say hello. You have been busy cooking up a storm. Great job!

Paco Becerro ha detto...

I used the peperoncino spices from ariosto to make a superb spaguetti aglio olio e peperoncino, and they are really hot and tasty.

And I also enjoyed very much the potatos ones.

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Merchi ha detto...

I have enjoyed these spices. From what I see you too.

Best regards :)

Anonimo ha detto...

Our stomachs are growling!