I made a wrap for my lunch, with the chilli spreadable and I was pleased to find it had a spicy punch. The appearance is not as smooth as some spreadable cheese, but I preferred it like that as it had texture and a bite to it, I loved it.
The chilli spreadable would be fantastic on toast, cheese crackers, oatcakes, Mexican tacos, or mixed with breadcrumbs as a crunchy topping or in pasta dishes.
I then made garlic butter, with some Pure olive spread and the garlic spreadable, to top some oven baked sausage stuffed jacket potatoes.
This made a cracking dish, with a good garlic hit and I was immediately thinking of other uses, like garlic bread, with pasta and roast vegetables, as a sandwich spread, cheesy sauces, its uses are endless.
Finally I used the original spreadable, in a veganised River Cottage recipe, for leek and cheese toastie, swopping the sourdough for a flatbread.
The original spreadable added a lovely cheesy flavour, to the creamy leek mixture and when sprinkled on top and grilled, added a golden brown top, it is another versatile product.
I love the spreadables, which are a fantastic addition to the Good Carma range. I also like the pot size, which would be useful to take in my bag, to add some depth to dishes, when dining out and vegan dishes are a let down and need pimping up with some flavour.