Friday, May 1, 2009

Fabulous Friday Food Feature ~ Seeds of Change Simmer Sauces

photo by Denise Dion-Sullivan

One of my families favorite "quick dishes" is "Tikka Masala" made with Seeds of Change Indian simmer sauce. It is super easy and quick. These simmer sauces are delicious and come in a variety of flavors. All are organic and contain no artificial flavors. All you do is saute a pound of your favorite meat, tofu or veggies, add the sauce, cover simmer for 10 minutes and Voila ~ Dinner! We serve with brown or jasmine rice (cooked in a rice steamer - quick as well), and some delicious whole wheat Nan bread. Add some veggies (which I throw in after 5 minutes of "simmering"). No need to buy frozen dinners when Seeds of Change makes it so easy (it's also gluten-free). Check out their website for a variety of products. Click on Seeds of Change.

Just a bit about the company. Seeds of Change was founded in 1989 with a wonderful mission, to create organically grown seeds available to gardeners and farmers and thereby preserving many heirloom seed varieties in danger of being lost with through modern industrial agriculture "advances". As they recognized the need to preserve and promote these organic seeds, they also began creating exotic organic dishes. They are also a company with conscious and devote 1% of their net sales toward sustainable organic farming initiatives worldwide. Definately a company worth supporting.
Bottom two Photos from Seeds of Change website

1 comment:

Little Lovables said...

We love this dish, but never heard of the sauce for making it at home! I will have to try it out~ thanks