Rosemary’s strong but pleasant flavor mixes with many meats and strong vegetables very well. Sprinkle on top of pizza or mix with olive oil and garlic for lamb, poultry, and veal dishes.
DRIED ROSEMARY (CUT & SIFTED)
The strong but pleasant flavor of dried Rosemary mixes with many meats and strong vegetables very well. Sprinkle on top of pizza or mix with olive oil and garlic for lamb, poultry, and veal dishes. Our dried rosemary is great in Spanish, Italian, Middle East, and Eastern Mediterranean dishes. It is also great in sauces, soups, focaccia bread, lamb, pork, chicken, vegetables and fruit salads. Rosemary is compatible with and mixes well with many other spices. It also blends well with garlic and wine, making it an excellent addition to marinades for grilled meats.
Throughout history a common association with rosemary is remembrance. We still use it to signify a special love or friendship. Early Greek students took the meaning more literally by wearing wreaths of rosemary around their heads to stimulate their memories during exams. Rosemary is also used in funerals. The herb is sometimes placed in the hands of the deceased or can be sprinkled on the grave, symbolizing eternal love and remembrance for a deceased loved one.
Sprinkle rosemary on bread dough before placing it in the oven to make delicious rosemary bread. Add 1 to 2 teaspoons of this herb to a pot of chicken soup as it cooks. You will be delighted and amazed at the flavor this will add to your recipe.
Also try our ground rosemary.
Make sure to store your rosemary in a cool, dark, location in a sealed container for best freshness and the longest shelf life.
Bulk Pack (1/4 lb through 5 lb) – packed in a clear plastic food-grade zip lock bag
25 LB Bulk Pack – packed in a food-grade liner inside a box
Bottle Pack – packed in one clear, plastic bottle with a screw-on top
Pail Pack – packed in one plastic pail