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Herbes de Provence

May 11, 2012

Source: http://wholenewmom.com/recipes/de-herbs-herbs-de-herbs-de-provence-recipe-popcorn-recipe/ Herbes de Provence is a mixture of dried herbs typical of Provence; formerly simply a descriptive term referring to herbs typical of Provence. In the 1970’s commercial blends started to be sold under this name. It is typically used on fish or meat before cooking or grilling and sometimes is used in vegetable stews .

Herbes de Provence is a mixture of dried herbs typical of Provence; formerly simply a descriptive term referring to herbs typical of Provence. In the 1970’s commercial blends started to be sold under this name. It is typically used on fish or meat before cooking or grilling and sometimes is used in vegetable stews.

Herbes de Provence Recipe Ingredients


Version I:

1 part marjoram
1 part basil
2 parts thyme
1 part summer savory
1/2 part lavender
1 part rosemary
1/2 part fennel (cracked)
1 part oregano

Version II:

1 part thyme
1 part summer savory
1/2 part lavender
1/4 part rosemary
1/2 part oregano or basil
1/4 part sage

Version III:

2 parts thyme
1 part basil
1 part marjoram
1 part tarragon
1 part rosemary
2 parts summer savory
1 part fennel seeds (cracked)
1 part lavender

Version IV:

Use equal amounts of each:

savory
rosemary
thyme
oregano
basil
marjoram
fennel seed


Method

1.  The method for each of these mixes is the same.  Simply combine all ingredients in a bowl and store in an airtight container.

2.  If you prefer, you may process the herbs to a finer ground in a coffee grinder or food processor.

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