Chili GranolaMADE BY BAD SEED IN QUEENS, NEW YORK
Food & Wine Magazine Says...
Popping with flavor and crunch, this savory condiment is a happy mashup of hot chile oil and the crisp and crunchy grains and seeds you associate with granola. It's great on everything from eggs, avocado, hummus or yogurt to salads and sliced roast chicken or pork. —Tina Ujlaki, Executive Food Editor
In this case, let hotter heads prevail. We didn't know we needed a spicy granola in our lives, until we tried this fiery, flavorful concoction from Bad Seed. It's unlike anything we've ever tried, but it does remind us (in the best possible way) of the spicy, crunchy bits at the bottom of a bowl of Szechuan dan dan noodles. So good!
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This is one condiment that won't take up any fridge space. According to the makers at Bad Seed, "it likes heat." Just be sure to mix it up before spooning it out – before you take off the top, turn the bottle over for a minute to let the spicy oil redistribute.
Sesame seed oil, grape seed oil, ginger, garlic, shallots, chili powder, miso, brown sugar, sake, almonds, puffed rice, oats, sesame seeds, flax seeds, hemp seeds, apple, rice syrup, and coconut sugar. Comes in an 8 oz. jar.
- contains soy.
- contains treenuts.