Our fresh oregano is spicy yet refreshing flavour that contributes to the Italian, Greek, and Spanish cuisine, as well as Mexican.
The oregano plants are perennial, vigorous and very hardy, with darker green foliage. They grow to a height of around 60cm (24in), are extremely drought-tolerant and have white flowers. Complementary spices to oregano are thyme, parsley, chives, basil, and chili.
Oregano’s pungent, spicy flavour makes it a perfect match for tomato based sauces, eggplant, seafood, and grilled meats. Italian dishes are practically synonymous with oregano; it is hard to imagine pasta sauce or pizza without it. Oregano’s rich flavour deepens and melds flavors of soups and sauces without overwhelming the dish. Because it retains its flavour well, oregano can be used either fresh or dried.
If you are using the fresh herb, use twice the amount of it as you would the dried called for in a recipe. Start with a small amount, a little goes a long way. Taste as you go and add more if needed.
Antibacterial Activity: oregano has clear antibacterial properties according to some studies, which is again due to the presence of thymol and carvacrol.
Aids in Digestion: oregano is packed with fiber, so despite its small size, it can have a major impact on your digestive system. Fiber is an essential element of a healthy digestive system, as it can increase the bulk of your stool and stimulate peristaltic motion, which moves food through the digestive tract and excretes it efficiently.
|Description||Bushy, rhizomatous, woody-branched perennial herb growing 20-80 centimeters tall, with opposite, dark green and ovate leaves, with small depression, one to four centimeters long.|
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• Perforated transparent polypropylene bags of 1 American.
• Bags per box of 12 Pounds, 14 Pounds, 15 Pounds.
• Traceability: Block, line, day, classification line, Classifier code.
• Product in corrugated cardboard boxes of dimensions: 105cm long, 25.5cm wide and 18.5cm high.
• Full: 2 boxes duly zunched.
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|Conditions of storage and transportation||Storage temperature: 0 ° C - 4 ° C.|
|Shelf life||Between 15 to 20 days.|
Oregano + Chicken: roasted, baked, poached or grilled – any way you want to cook your chicken, oregano can make it taste even better. Whisk minced oregano into a marinade or stuff whole sprigs inside the chicken before roasting.
Herbed Dinner Rolls: a few tablespoons and knead them right into the bread dough.
Burger seasoning: a tablespoon or two worked into the ground meat will have your party guests wondering what your secret ingredient might be.