Most will easily recognise Thymes' refreshing pine-pepper taste with its subtle undertones of lemon and mint.
Thyme is widely used in soups, stews and casseroles, where its flavor and fragrance hold up well in slow, lower temperature cooking. At high temperatures, however, Thymes' flavour changes and can become slightly bitter.
As well as soups and stews use Thyme with chicken, pork, lamb, fish and game. Try it in Mediterranean dishes, on breads and egg dishes like omelettes and scrambled.
A kitchen essential that combines brilliantly with the Bay Leaves, Marjoram, Rosemary and Sage
Dried Thyme (Thymus vulgaris). Produce of the 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).
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