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Snack stories: smokin' protein kick

May 10 2018 by Simon

We’re constantly asking ‘what’s next?’ The graze kitchen is always abuzz with new ideas to make sure our snacks keep on trail blazing, and that inspiration comes from our nation of grazers!

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We gathered ideas from grazers across the land… and smoky came out top as the new flavor everyone was most excited about. We couldn’t wait to start creating smouldering snacks to meet your cravings, so got straight back to the kitchen to start experimenting.

Grace

There’s no denying that smoky flavors are on trend. People already love the rich flavor of BBQ, so creating more intense smoky infusions is the next step.

Grace, graze taste expert
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We discovered that smoking isn’t all just cheese and bacon. You can smoke nuts, fruits and even flowers. We tried charing, grilling, burning and blistering all sorts of things to create that rich, smoky flavor until we found a cracking combination of wholesome ingredients.

Turns out almonds work a dream with smoky flavors, so we put them together with chili lemon fava beans and soy roasted pumpkin seeds. Not bad for a barbecue in the palm of your hand!

We didn’t just leave it there - smokin' protein kick lives up to its name, giving you a source of protein and minerals, as well as being high in fiber and vitamin E.

Clearly our grazers are well ahead of the curve when it comes to the latest food trends. We couldn’t have created our smokin' protein kick without you lot.

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Clearly our grazers are well ahead of the curve when it comes to the latest food trends. We couldn’t have created our smokin' protein kick without you lot.

Fancy joining our nation of grazers? Have your say on our latest inventions here.

Simon

By Simon, graze blogger.

Simon is one of our in-house writers, who covers everything graze! He loves experimenting in the kitchen, and running to balance his obsession with food.

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