Oregano (Origanum Vulgare) is a flowering plant related to the mint species, native to western and southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean areas. It is a perennial herb with green oval leaves and small purple flowers.
How to Use:
Oregano is a culinary herb used for its aromatic aroma and warm, herbaceous flavour. It is often added to tomato sauces for pasta and piazza bases. Oregano is also delicious with roasted vegetables or meats, bean dishes, hearty soups and casseroles. It is wonderful in chicken stuffing, with slow cooked lamb, or with grilled fish. Combine oregano with other dried herbs and add to savoury baking recipes. Try with rosemary and thyme in a seed loaf or cheese muffins
Store in an air-tight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Up to 18 months when stored as above. See Best Before date
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