New Knorr Flavour Pots with Aroma, Herbs and Spices!
Knorr, the number one cooking brand from Unilever UK, is making its first ever foray into Herbs and Spices with new Knorr Flavour Pots.
I was really impressed with their new range of flavour pots, which are available from February; the new flavours are Mixed Herbs, Garlic, Mixed Chillies, Three Peppercorn and Curry. They can be used in so many types of recipes, such as curries, stir-fries, casseroles, hot-pots, pies, stews, soups and as sauces for pasta dishes. The New Flavour Pots were created by Knorr chef Cameron Healy, a world-class chef who hails from New Zealand originally and who has worked all over the world including New Caledonia and Paris. I think his new Flavour Pots with herbs and spices are an ingenious idea for busy cooks who want lots of flavour in their cooking, and the dried herbs and spices add a “fresh” flavour to recipes.
For more recipe ideas take a look here and watch the video below:
Here’s how I would use the new flavour pots in my recipes:
A lovely blend of 4 essential herbs, this flavour pot is perfect as a base for soups and when added to sauces for pasta.
This flavour pot would be perfect as a base for one of my soups recipes, and the herbs would enhance gravy, pasta dishes as well as stews and casseroles.
An amazing flavour pot that is packed with garlic and is perfect for pasta as well as gravies and stews.
I LOVE garlic, and this flavour pot would be well used in my kitchen and I know it would make a GREAT base for some garlic gravy for a roast chicken Sunday lunch!
Honey Roast Chicken with Winter Roots
Hot stuff! This little pot is a mixture of different chillies and is essential for any Mexican inspired recipes.
Hot on the heels of the garlic flavour pot is my second favourite, and this would be perfect to add to my famous chilli as well as a spicy stir fry or a Mexican wrap.
Three peppers combine to make a sophisticated and tasty base for sauces and gravies, as well as soups and stews.
I love peppercorns in my cooking and apart from using this as a base for spicy casseroles, I would use this for the sauce for my pepper steaks!
Pepper Steak with Pan-fried Onions, Tomatoes and Spinach
A special blend of 13 traditional “curry” spices that makes for an exotic and aromatic spice mix, perfect for all dishes that need curry as an essential flavour.
Another favourite flavour of mine, is curry! I can see this flavour pot with its complex combination of 13 traditional spices being an essential in my store cupboard, especially for soups as well as curries of course!
Deena kakaya says
I use the vegetable stock fir noodle soup and it does the trick when I add soy bean paste x
I use their vegetable stock too Deena!
Tracy Nixon says
Thanks Karen! Shared via G+
Thanks to you too!
Have to look for them in the shops! 😉
They should be out now Sylvia!
Nayna Kanabar (@SIMPLYF00D) says
These like like something that would be handy to have in the store cupboard for meals in a hurry.
I think they would be very handy to have Nayna, and they are vegetarian too!
Tina @ The Spicy Pear says
Lovely recipes. I am keen to try their three peppercorn flavour pot as I love peppercorns in everything.
I am a pepper fiend too Tina!
London Unattached says
Have you tried any of them in your recipes karen?
Not yet Fiona, although I do use Knorr stock pots and gravy pots – anxious to to try these out though.
Morgan @ Peaches, Please says
Does anyone else see “Flavoured Pot” whenever you see the label? (sorry Karen, I just couldn’t help myself)
I do now you mention it Morgan! 🙂
Louisa Foti says
I’m a regularly user of the Knorr stock pots so I bet they’ve nailed these flavours too, shall look out for them.
A good store cupboard back-up I am thinking.
Always handy to have something in the cupboards for when you’re in a hurry.
They do look really useful to keep in the cupboard.
Janice Pattie (@FarmersgirlCook) says
Very useful little pots.
These look great, and they look like they can be used for a massive range of delicious recipes. Thanks for the info 🙂