Savoury is related to rosemary and thyme, it shares flavour characteristics with both with the faint addition of mint.
Savoury is one of the more pungent herbs, with a hot, peppery flavour similar to thyme or marjoram. You'll find hints of Sage, Mint and pine among the flavour too. Being a somewhat assertive herb it is best used sparingly or in slow-cooked dishes. However, the longer Savory is cooked the more the flavour diminishes so avoid adding too early in the cooking.
Use Savory in bread, stuffing, beef soups and stews, chicken soup, on eggs, green beans, peas, asparagus, onions, cabbage, and lentils. Savoury can make a great addition to meaty fish dishes and with strong flavours like liver and game. The dried leaves can also be used to make teas, herbed butter, and flavoured oils and vinegar for salad dressings and marinades.
As a kitchen essential, Savory partners well with Cumin, Garlic, Oregano, Parsley and particularly with Basil, Bay Leaves, Marjoram, Thyme and Rosemary.
Ingredients Dried Savory (Satureja Montana). Produce of Spain, hand packed in Devon, UK.
Allergy Advice Cannot guarantee free of allergens.
Storage Keep until flavour or aroma diminishes; up to 2 years in the right conditions (cool, dark, away from strong flavours/odours and in an airtight container).
Any questions? Thank you for supporting our little cottage industry, if you have any questions please contact Steve & Jess here: email@example.com