Spice Recipes

Hilbe Yemenite Fenugreek Paste
In the Yemeni and Ethiopian food culture, they make a sauce/condiment called "hilbe" that is made from fenugreek seeds. They ground and soak the seeds for at least 3 hours until it turns into a soft paste that is whipped until creamy and smooth and then blended with Zhug. After blending, add the hilbe to the soup or use it as an all-purpose spread and condiment, much in the manner that Americans use ketchup and salsa.
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Vegan Red Beans & Rice with Spicy Tofu
Who says vegans can't enjoy hearty Louisiana-style cuisine? Let the good times roll with this spicy plant-based dish that's also packed with favor, fiber and protein. You can make a version of this dish with just about any dried bean, but red beans are the most authentic. Try Domingo Rojo beans from Napa’s own Rancho Gordo. They have great flavor and hold their shape very nicely when cooked.
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