How to use
In cooking, Marjoram is often combined with other herbs including oregano, basil, and parsley, and enhances many different dishes. A favourite when making pizza, stuffing, beef stews and hand-crafted sausages, Marjoram is also wonderful with vegetables, pulses, fish, chicken or eggs. Add Marjoram to sautéed leeks and dried chickpeas or black beans to create wonderful hotpots and soups. Grill fish with dried marjoram and slices of seasonal citrus, or include it in flavoursome rubs and marinates for haloumi, chicken, lamb and beef.
Dried Rubbed Marjoram Leaves
his product contains no known allergens. May contain traces of other allergens due to possible cross-contamination.
Store in an air tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Up to months when stored as above. See Best Before date.