Enjoy the Good Taste of Tait Farm
Each Tait Farm Foods product is carefully crafted and tested in our own kitchen before perfecting them for our customers. During that process, we also create original recipes with each product in mind. The brochures listed left will help guide you as you explore the many delicious ways you can serve Tait Farm Foods products to your family and friends. We welcome your input. Please send us an email with some of your own original recipes using Tait Farm Foods products. It would be a pleasure to feature your creations.
View our brand new product, Ginger Mustard!
Tait Farm Foods Ginger Mustard Recipes
Summer Rolls with Ginger Mustard Dipping Sauce
Vietnamese spring roll wafers (rice paper rounds) Tait Farm Foods Ginger Mustard
cucumbers, diced or cut into thin strips
avocados, diced or cut into thin strips
optional: shredded chicken or chopped shrimp
Fill a 9 or 10 inch pie plate with hot water. Working one at a time, dip a rice paper wafer in the hot water for 5-8 seconds until just pliable, do not over soak. Lay the wrapper on a clean kitchen towel or board. Place a few tablespoons of shredded lettuce in the first third of the wafer closest to you, leaving an inch and a half border. Top with small amounts of the other ingredients; do not overfill or it will be hard to roll and to eat. Fold the border closest to you over the filling; then fold in the sides. Roll away from you in a neat tight roll. Place on a plate, seam side down. Continue until you have made all the rolls.
For the sauce: thin the Ginger Mustard with a little water until a desired consistency is reached (approximately two parts mustard to one part water).
Cut the rolls on a diagonal with a very sharp knife. Serve with individual bowls of dipping sauce. The Summer Rolls are best made and eaten immediately.
Grilled Salmon with Ginger Mustard
Sweet with a light spice, our Ginger Mustard is an uplifting addition to satisfying salmon.
salmon portions (with skin)
Tait Farm Foods Ginger Mustard
olive oil (approx. 1 tsp. per portion)
lime wedges for serving (optional)
Oil the salmon portions on all sides. Place the salmon, skin side down, on a double-folded piece of heavy duty aluminum foil (big enough to allow for 'dripping'). Spoon a generous amount of the Ginger Mustard on each portion. Place carefully on the heated grill and lower the grill cover. Roast the salmon without turning until it is just cooked through and gently flakes. Alternately, bake in a 375 degree oven until done.
Serve with lime wedges, which may be squeezed over each portion upon serving, if desired.
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