Rosemary has a piney flavor and a tea like aroma that pairs well with lamb, pork, chicken and rabbit. Ground, it is used most commonly in sauces, soups and baking savory dishes such as muffins or corn bread. As most ground spices do, rosemary seems to lose its flavor quickly, so only buy what you need.
Ground Rosemary Q&A
What is rosemary seasoning used for?
Rosemary is often used in lamb and potato recipes, or in soups and stews.
How do you use rosemary powder?
Use rosemary powder in recipes where you'd typically add fresh rosemary, but just use 1/3 of the amount specified.
What's the difference between ground rosemary and dried rosemary?
Ground rosemary is a bit stronger than dried rosemary, and should be used in smaller amounts. However, ground rosemary, as with all ground spices, will lose flavor over time.