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Marjoram is a unique herb popular in many Mediterranean dishes. Also known as sweet marjoram, is an aromatic herb in the mint family that has been grown in the Mediterranean, North Africa, and Western Asia for thousands of years. It has an earthy and woody flavour, with notes of balsam-like pine and citrus. Warm, sharp, and bitter, the taste is reminiscent of oregano and thyme.
Marjoram is used to flavour and garnish soups, stews, salads, sauces, dressings, and more. It can also be made into an herbal tea.
In cooking, Marjoram is often combined with other herbs including oregano, basil, and parsley, and enhances many different dishes. Marjoram is wonderful with vegetables, pulses, fish, chicken, eggs, stews, sausages and pizza making! Add Marjoram to sautéed leeks and dried chickpeas or black beans to create wonderful hot pots and soups. Try grilling fish with dried marjoram and slices of seasonal citrus, or include it in flavoursome rubs and marinates for halloumi, chicken, lamb and beef.
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Product of Asia
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Up to 12 months if stored correctly. See label for best before date