Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman, promises to spice up your weeknight dinners with her new seasonings. If anyone knows how to make meals enticing, it’s Ree. During each episode of her Food Network cooking show, she mixes up delicious dishes to feed her family and friends at home and out on the ranch where they live in Oklahoma.
What’s so new and exciting about these seasoning blends? The ingredients are not just standard herbs and spices, just look at these blends:
Ranch Grill Seasoning: garlic, HImalayan pink salt, cracked peppercorn and coriander. Excellent on a rib-eye or other thick cut steak.
Tex Mex Cowgirl Seasoning: hatch green chilies, cilantro, cumin, Mexican oregano and a touch of lime. Sprinkle on tacos, fajitas and quesadillas.
Frontier Chipotle Ranch Seasoning: marash chili peppers, chipotle, cheddar cheese, tomato and sour cream. Zesty! Shake on chicken, fish or veggies.
Anything Goes Everyday Seasoning: The most versatile blend with sea salt, celery, black pepper, onion, garlic and lemon zest.
Praire Pot Roast Savory Beef Seasoning: garlic, thyme and rosemary.
Cowboy Lemon Pepper Seasoning: Lemon, peppercorn and garlic.
According to Food Business News, Ree introduced her new spice blends by saying, “I couldn’t be more excited to offer home cooks and chefs alike my favorite seasoning blends, which make it easier than ever to create super flavorful recipes inspired by the dishes I’ve made for my family through the years. My line of pre-mixed spices make it a cinch to season and add excitement to your busy weeknight dinners. I use them daily in my own kitchen and I know you’ll love them too.”
The seasonings are available at Walmart and on Amazon.
Ree always has so many exciting things going on in her kitchen and on her ranch. Have you visited The Pioneer Woman’s blog recently? Lots of fun recipes, DIY home decorating and cheery holiday ideas on her blog. Guaranteed to give you a smile and inspiration to get cooking!
Are you ready to spice up your weekday meals with The Pioneer Woman’s Seasoning Blends?