Our Favorite Recipes

Cooler temperatures are here, which means we’re spending more time in the kitchen. This week we’re rounding up ten of our favorite Manitou recipes. We hope you enjoy them!


A brightly flavored combination of finely chopped herbs and aromatic seasonings, our Chimichurri Blend is a shortcut to creating authentic Argentinean-style chimichurri in minutes. Use to top flank steak in this quick, flavorful recipe.


Arancini are balls of arborio rice that are stuffed with cheese and rolled in breadcrumbs before being fried a golden hue. These Spinach Florentine Risotto arancini blend the savory flavors of spinach, garlic, and chiles with creamy arborio rice and melted fontina cheese.


Shichimi Togarashi, which means "seven-flavor spice," is a traditional Japanese seasoning blend that combines the heat of crushed red chiles with zesty citrus, crunchy sesame seeds, and nori. Often used to flavor rice, it adds delicious umami flavor and crunch to edamame-avocado toast and jammy eggs.


Our Suya Spice adds heat and warm, rich flavor to easy slow cooker lamb meatballs. Perfect over warm couscous, they make a great weeknight meal.


Sweet roasted butternut squash and rich brown butter make a delicious autumnal addition to our Organic Heritage Medley, a wholesome, savory blend of organic rice, lentils, and millet.


Mu Ping, a beloved street food in Thailand, are skewers of sweet and spicy marinated pork which are grilled and served with dipping sauces. Now, with our Thai Red Curry Starter, you can make these succulent kebabs at home with ease.


Our zesty Cuban Mojo Spice adds savory, spicy flair to this creamy, comforting soup. Serve with toasted pumpkin seeds or tortilla chips for an easy, seasonal meal.


Capture the fragrant, lightly sweet flavors of Goan coconut curry with our one-step Goan Coconut Curry Starter, a blend of spices, coconut milk powder, tangy tamarind, and fragrant lime leaf.


Za’atar is an authentic Middle Eastern mix of herbs and spices, including sumac, thyme, oregano and sesame seeds. The flavors will shine in this simple Lebanese yogurt, which is delicious on bread or with pita chips.


Portuguese Piri Piri is sweet, smoky and addictively spicy. This recipe uses our Piri Piri Sauce Starter as both a marinade and sauce for tender chicken legs.

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Elizabeth Strickland