Taste: Marjoram has a sweet flavour, the sweetness is mixed with hints of pine and citrus. Marjoram doesn’t have as strong an aroma or flavour as oregano, and is a bit more versatile.
Uses: Marjoram has a lot of different uses; it can be used in both savoury and sweet dishes. The leaves are removed from the stem prior to use. Marjoram is most often associated with flavouring poultry stuffing’s or sausages. Use Marjoram in marinades for either meat, fish and poultry or vegetables. The herb pairs well with vegetables and like its oregano cousin, tomato-based sauces and soups. It compliments other herbs like thyme, tarragon, parsley and basil. Marjoram can be used to flavour custards, ice cream, pies, tarts and other desserts with fruit; it pairs well with melons, apples, and tropical fruits.
Health Benefits: Marjoram contains high amounts of iron, and is a source of both vitamins A and C, and calcium. It contains both manganese and vitamin K. Marjoram is used to help calm digestive troubles, such as nausea and bloating.
- May Contain Celery/Mustard
- Country Of Origin
- Israel, South Africa, United Kingdom
- Seasonal Availability
- Year Round
- Shelf Life
- 5 Days
- Keep Refrigerated
- 100g Bunched