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Heritage Blend

Roasted Sweet Potato

Heritage BlendKatriel MenendezComment

This product has so many ways to make it, today we are doing something simple and delicious. We are making a side dish for your favorite meal.


  • Sweet potato 1 ea. per person

  • Goat cheese 1 tbsp. per potato

  • Heritage Blend 1 teasp. per potato

  • Olive oil

  • Salt


Heat up the oven at 400*F

Place the sweet potatoes in a pan and roast in the oven for 45 minutes or until tender.

Take out the sweet potatoes from the oven, let them rest for 5 minutes and peel them if desired.

Place them on a platter and smash them a little. Top them with cheese and season with Heritage Blend and salt.

Enjoy with your favorite meal.

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Roasted Butternut Squash

Heritage BlendKatriel MenendezComment

Winter is great for Squash!! I really like this recipe, it is simple, easy and fast.


Butternut Squash 1ea

Heritage Blend 2 tbsp

Olive oil 2 tbsp

Salt 1 pinch


Preheat the oven at 400 F.

Peel the squash and slice it in one inch thick coins.

Place the slices on top of a oven sheet, the surface of each slice should be touching the pan.

Add the oil on top, salt and Heritage Blend.

Bake it for 45 minutes or until it becomes tender.

Enjoy this sweet butternut squash just like this or you can add some goat cheese and arugula to make a salad.

I hope you like this recipe.

Please let me know how you prepare your butternut squash in the comments!


Roasted Carrots

Heritage BlendKatriel MenendezComment

This technique is by far my favorite for carrots. The high temperature of the oven creates a delicious caramelization on the surface while the inside becomes smooth like a puree.


Carrots 1pp

Heritage Blend 2 tbsp

Olive oil 4 tbsp

Salt 1 pinch


Preheat the oven at 400 F.

Peel the carrots and place them on top of a sheet pan, add the oil, salt and the spices.

Bake it for 45 minutes or until becomes tender.

Enjoy these sweet carrots just like that or you can add some goat cheese.

I hope you like this recipe.

Please let me know how you prepare your carrots in the comments!


Swiss Chard Tart With Heritage Blend

Heritage BlendKatriel MenendezComment

I really like tarts, especially the savory ones. I remember the first tart I tried was so good that I burned my tongue with melted cheese but I did not care. The crunchy dough and the creamy filling really caught my attention from a young age.

So here is a tart recipe that is really healthy and delicious.



  • Flour 500gr (17.6 oz)

  • Salt 10gr (0.3oz)

  • Water 300gr (10.5oz)

  • Oil or Fat 100gr (0.3oz)


  • Chard 2 bunches

  • Onion 1 ea (sliced)

  • Garlic 2 cloves (chopped)

  • Oil 2 tbsp.

  • Milk 3 cups

  • Flour 4 tbsp

  • Heritage Blend 2 tbsp

  • Salt

  • Egg 1 ea


Put a pot with salted water to boil.

Heat the oven to 400*F.

Make the dough by mixing all the ingredients. The dough has to be soft and elastic. Let it rest for at least 10 minutes.

When the water boils, blanch the chard for 1 minute and cool down in ice water.

In a pot place the oil, the onion and the garlic. Cook the onion until is translucent, add the flour and the butter. Cook the flour for 2 minutes and add the milk. Chop the chard and add it to the pot.

Bring the milk to a boil and keep stirring with a wooden spoon. Season it with Heritage Blend. Let the filling cool down.

Cut the dough in 2 pieces, one bigger than other.

Take the tart mold and apply oil to cover the surface.

Stretch the larger piece and place it in the mold.

Place the filling in the tart and cover with the second piece of dough.

Close the tart by sticking the dough together around the edge.

Paint the tart with a whipped egg and poke the tart with a fork to let the air escape.

Bake the tart for 40 to 45 minutes.

Enjoy it hot or cold !!