3 Organic Must-Try Recipes | Infinity Jars
Learn three different organic recipes you can use in a variety of occasions, From normal, everyday lunches to fancy dinners, you can’t go wrong with these organic and all-natural recipes. Make them ahead of time and keep them fresh with the help of ultraviolet glass jars and bottles!
People say healthy foods aren’t the best-tasting, but that’s not actually true. At least, it doesn’t have to be. It’s actually easy to take organic and healthy ingredients and whip them up into something as enticing and delicious as fatty, sugar-laden junk food.
Sometimes, you’ll need some pretty advanced cooking techniques, or perhaps kitchen equipment that you don’t have, to come up with something awesome. However, sometimes, all you’ll need are some organic and all-natural ingredients, a spoon, and maybe a blender. Of course, you also won’t go wrong with storing your creations in powerful ultraviolet glass jars and bottles.
Here’s why: UV glass can protect its contents from harmful visible light rays that can speed up the process of natural degradation.
If you want to avoid the use of preservatives, UV glass jars and bottles can help you extend the shelf life of natural products. You can learn more about how UV glass works here.
In this article, you’ll find three different recipes that feature organic and all-natural materials -- each one a great fit for UV glass containers. These recipes are so easy to do, and you can take a couple of hours off the weekend to whip some of these up to enjoy during the week.
You can also make them ahead of a nice dinner with friends without worrying about their freshness. This is because we’ll also tell you about UV glass jars and bottles that can preserve the freshness and quality of ingredients you’ll use.
Zesty Lemon and Poppy Vinaigrette
Salads get a lot of flack for being, well, salads. After all, there are a lot of people who aren’t on board with the thought of having to eat what’s basically a pile of vegetables. However, this vinaigrette can make even the biggest salad-phobes ask for a second serving.
- The juice of one large lemon
- Lemon zest
- 2 tablespoons poppy seeds
- ½ cup olive oil
- 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
- ¼ cup apple cider vinegar
- ¼ cup yellow onion, chopped
This recipe, aside from being refreshingly delicious, is also refreshingly easy to make. Simply take your blender, throw all the ingredients in, then blend everything until you come up with a smooth, viscous liquid.
Once you have your desired consistency, you can take a funnel and fit it into the mouth of a square UV glass bottle. Pour the vinaigrette through the funnel and into the bottle so you can avoid making a mess. After this, screw the airtight cap on. You can make this vinaigrette ahead of an important dinner or a special occasion.
Herby Non-Dairy Butter
Butter can be unhealthy, especially in copious amounts. However, you can use a bit of it to come up with a healthier butter spread that also incorporates nutrients from various herbs.
- 1 tablespoon room temperature (not melted) non-dairy butter
- 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
- 1 tablespoon herbs of your choice, finely chopped
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
This may come a surprise, but for the next stage, all you’ll need are a fork and a small bowl. Put the butter in the bowl, then mash the butter with the fork until creamy. After this, add in the olive oil and combine both ingredients. You can now add the herbs, salt, and pepper. Mix until all ingredients have combined.
It’s up to you which herbs to choose, but basil or parsley are good choices.
Transfer your butter mixture into this UV glass dish with its own lid. If you live in places with a more temperate climate, you can simply put the dish on your kitchen table, ready for use.
Olive and Coconut Oil Mayonnaise
Mayonnaise can be such a guilty pleasure. It can lend great flavor to a lot of types of food, but store-bought mayonnaise isn’t the best thing to consume. It’s well-known to be quite unhealthy, and enjoying it may come at a cost to your health. Luckily, however, there are some ways you can still enjoy this condiment without worrying about its effects. One way is to make your own organic mayonnaise that doesn’t use preservatives or other ingredients that may affect your health.
- 2/3 cup warm coconut oil
- 2/3 cup olive oil
- 4 room temperature egg yolks
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon regular or Dijon mustard or ½ tsp dried mustard
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
Combine the egg yolks in a blender, or you can also whisk them all together in a bowl. Make sure that you get a smooth consistency. After this, add the lemon juice, the mustard, the salt, and the pepper. Mix it all together until thoroughly combined.
Now, whisk or blend the mixture slowly as you add first the olive oil, then the coconut oil. Don’t just pour the oils in, however. Add one drop of the olive and coconut oil at a time, and the mixture should begin to emulsify. Keep adding the oils until you’ve mixed all of it in.
Store the mixture in this glass jar. The jar is a lot like other containers for condiments, but this one is made of hardy UV glass that can help keep its contents fresh. Keep the jar of your homemade mayonnaise in the refrigerator and make sure to consume all the mayonnaise in under a week.
Homemade Organic Foods and Infinity Jars
Infinity Jars can provide you with a wide variety of jars and bottles made of UV glass. Many of these containers are perfect for various organic foods. This is because Infinity Jars uses UV glass that can delay the degradation of organic and all-natural materials. These UV glass jars and bottles have been lab-tested and proven to be better than clear and amber glass containers at preserving the quality of organic contents.
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