backlogging: this really brightened up some sauteed asparagus last night. Between the salt, pepper, olive oil and butter I can’t say I could pick out all the flavors of this dust, but it did make the food taste “brighter” and fresher and with more depth/nuance of flavor.
This is great to perk up a frozen or prepackaged meal of Thai food!
added a few sprinkles to a small cup of Yoplait coconut flavored greek yogurt. MMmmmm.
Sprinkled over key lime pie for an extra flavor dimension.
The pie had a (gluten free) gingersnap crust made with coconut palm sugar, so the tropical tone was emphasized there as well. (In fact, there’s ginger and coconut in this blend!)
Hmm, maybe next time I’ll try putting the t-dust in the pie filling, along with the lime zest, to add greenness and flavor!
sprinkled over 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream =)
On a whim, I sprinkled just a little bit of this on a bowl of Caribbean Coconut gelato (Talenti brand). Wow! So far it’s the best pairing I’ve found for this flavor (I haven’t experimented with it much on chicken & fish like I should.) I bet it would be good on vanilla ice cream, tropical flavored gelatos or sorbets, etc. too!