Sausage & Peppers Pizza Recipe
When you want a no-fuss weeknight meal, make this easy pizza.view recipe >
Sweet Green Pea Falafel Recipe
A unique take on a classic Middle Eastern falafel! The sweetness of the peas pairs well with a garlicky tzatziki sauce and sliced red onions.view recipe >
Southwestern Veggie Fajitas Recipe
With this recipe, you can enjoy smoky veggie fajitas from the comfort of your kitchen. Top with crunchy pickled veggies for a satisfying week night dinner.view recipe >
What is the difference between dried herbs and fresh?
Dried herbs are more potent, as the herbs have been dehydrated and concentrated down to a powder or flake blend, as opposed to fresh herbs. Dried herbs are ideal for slow cooking things like stews, roasts, sauces, and soups. The best dried herbs to keep on hand are bay leaves, rosemary, oregano and thyme.
What dried herbs go well together?
Basil, thyme, oregano, marjoram, and rosemary go great together for a classic Italian Herbs seasoning mix. Thyme, savory, fennel, rosemary, marjoram, basil, lavender, and tarragon are all a great combo for Herbes de Provence seasoning. Many different cuisines have various traditional combinations of herbs.
What do chefs use dried herbs for?
Chefs mostly use dried herbs in seasoning rubs or when marinading meats. Most butcher's rubs contain a blend of dried herbs, salt & pepper and other spices. Dried herbs can also be rehydrated in oil when cooking for more flavor.