Marjoram Herb Organic is a culinary delight, that offers a burst of flavour and fragrance to your dishes. Our certified organic marjoram herb is cultivated naturally, free from synthetic chemicals, and is the perfect addition to your kitchen.
- Certified Organic: our marjoram herb is grown using organic practices, ensuring it’s free from pesticides and additives. It’s a wholesome choice for the conscious cook.
- Flavorful Herb: marjoram boasts a delightful, slightly sweet, and aromatic flavour that complements a variety of dishes, from soups and stews to roasted veggies and Mediterranean cuisine.
- Culinary Versatility: This herb’s versatility makes it a go-to for enhancing the taste of countless recipes, making it an indispensable kitchen staple.
- Fresh Aroma: The fresh fragrance of marjoram herb adds depth to your culinary creations, turning your kitchen into a fragrant haven.
- Health Benefits: Marjoram herb is known for its potential health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It’s a flavourful way to support your well-being.
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How to Use
Marjoram is a versatile herb that can add a delicate, sweet, and slightly citrusy flavor to a wide range of dishes. Here are some common ways to use marjoram in your cooking:
Soups and Stews: Marjoram is a fantastic addition to soups and stews, particularly those with vegetables, beans, or legumes. Add it during the last 15-20 minutes of cooking to retain its flavour.
Tomato-Based Dishes: Marjoram complements tomato-based dishes, such as pasta sauces and pizza. Add it while simmering the sauce to infuse its flavour.
Potatoes: Mashed or roasted potatoes benefit from a sprinkle of marjoram. You can mix it with (vegan) butter or olive oil before tossing with the potatoes.
Salads: Marjoram can be used in salads, especially those with tomatoes and cucumbers. It provides a refreshing herbal note.
Herb Blends: Marjoram is a key ingredient in various herb blends like herbs de Provence and za'atar. Create your own custom blends or use existing ones in your recipes.
Breads and Rolls: Add a hint of marjoram to your homemade bread or rolls for a unique flavour.
Teas and Infusions: Marjoram can be used to make herbal teas and infusions, often for its potential health benefits.
Remember that marjoram has a delicate flavour, so it's best to add it towards the end of the cooking process to retain its aroma and taste. In case if the dried marjoram, use it sparingly, as dried herbs are more concentrated in flavour than fresh ones. Experiment with marjoram in your recipes to discover the combinations that you enjoy the most.
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per 100 g
- Energy 1202 KJ
- Calories 287 kcal
- Fat 7 g
- Of which Saturated 1 g
- Carbohydrates 43 g
- Of which Sugars 0 g
- Protein 13 g
- Salt 0 g