PIAZ was made to pair up with meats. Specially a nicely done steak screams to be topped with this onion relish.
Whether your preference is a butter-soft fillet steak, tasty sirloin or thrifty cut like bavette or skirt, care and attention should be paid when cooking your beef. With only a few minutes leeway between rare and well-done, timing is key.
Once you have your steak cooked your way, set it in a clean plate and drench it with PIAZ - use as much or as little. The bitterness of vinegar and onions and the earthy sweetness of this relish on a juicy steak will make you hungry anytime. Oh, we will not blame you if you forgot to eat your side veggies.
Today in Spain, “tapas” refers to small portions of savory Spanish cuisine. We find that tapas have found a home in America in almost all the parties. Be it a casual get together or a high-end gala, a social hour or a networking event, these tapas are pairing very well with drinks and pleasing all.
No matter what the occasion is, and whatever is your choice of ingredient, an all time favourite is based on cheeses, olives and various meats and veggies.
Pick some quality dry salami, mozzarella balls, olives in oil, fresh blueberries and fresh mint. Arrange them together in bite size on small crackers or simply on a serving spoon.
Now the trick to turn this simple tapas to a “talk of the party” is to top it generously with PIAZ onion relish. Our relish pairs great with cheese and meat. The buttery cheese, spicy salami and the nutty olive flavors get a spike when PIAZ spreads over them.
The Burger is by far the most favorite American food. It is truly America’s comfort food. There are endless ways to enjoy this all time favorite, but PIAZ is making it so unique that you may want to replace everything else inside the bun with this delectable dressing.
Pick the patty: cheeseburger, tuna burger, chicken burger or simply a veggie bean patty. Make one at home or buy it from your local store.
Pick the bun of your choice. Spread a thin layer of PIAZ on both the top and bottom pieces of the buns. If you melt your cheese, melt it over the bun, not the patty.
You are ready to dress your burger. Put dry lettuce leaf or shredded iceberg on top of your burger base bun. Your patty, loose items such as bacon, tomato, or onions go on the top of patty. Now is the extraordinary part where you pack this up with two big spoonfuls of PIAZ onion relish, and close it with half of the toasty bun on top to sandwich.
No matter what burger is your favorite and no matter what you pick for your sides, it is for sure, you top it with our zesty onion relish and you will have one of the most amazing burgers you've ever had in your life. The zest of onion, the sourness of vinegar and the sweet flavors of jaggery dresses your burger like no other condiment does.
Tired of eating the same old pizza? Try our twist on traditional recipe that is easy, quick and loaded with offbeat delicious flavors.
Set the oven to 500°F (or as hot as it will go) and let it heat for at least half an hour before making the pizza.
You will need pizza dough (bought readymade or prepared yourself), some olive oil to brush the sides, our signature PIAZ for base sauce, goat cheese to spread on top, and some fresh basil to garnish.
Stretch the dough to a shape of your choice, making at as thin, without tearing it. Pizza dough is very forgiving. If you accidently tear it, put it on a flat non sticky surface and stitch up the holes with your fingers. Use some loose flour, if needed.
Once you have stretched the dough, lightly brush the edges with olive oil. Spoon a few tablespoons of PIAZ into the center of the pizza and use the back of a spoon to spread it out close to the edges. Sprinkle it with goat cheese and you are ready to bake.
Bake for about 15 minutes and then rotate the pizza. Bake for another 3 to 5 minutes until the crust is golden-brown and cheese looks toasty.
Remove the pizza from oven and let it cool on a wire rack. Garnish it with some extra PIAZ and chopped basil leaves.