Dried marjoram

Dried marjoram

Marjoram is a lips flowering plant and comes originally from northern Africa and the Middle East. Marjoram is also native to German spice gardens. Dried marjoram is a very spicy herb with many essential oils. The warmer the climate in which it is cultivated, the spicier and more intense the flavour of marjoram. Dried marjoram is also related to dried oregano.

All data per 100 g:
291 kcal
43 g
12 g
7 g

Recipes with Dried marjoram

Appenzeller onion cake
Appenzeller onion cake For Appenzeller onion cake preheat the oven to 250° C. Line baking tray with baking paper. ...
Bayan Tuna
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Bean stew with chicken breast
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Beef goulash - Viennese juice goulash
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Beef goulash with kohlrabi
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Beer Goulash Soup
Beer Goulash Soup This beer goulash soup is prepared with black beer. The soup tastes slightly spicy. ...
Beet stew with Kassler
Beet stew with Kassler Steck beet stew with Kassler tastes particularly hearty and is easy to prepare. Peel and chop the turnips, potatoes and onion. ...
Berlin goulash soup
Berlin goulash soup This Berlin goulash soup tastes slightly hot with a fine sour aroma. Cut the goulash into small cubes. ...
Berlin peas soup with bock sausage
Berlin peas soup with bock sausage is a hearty soup that satiates well. Pour the dried peas into a saucepan, cover well with cold water and leave to swell overnight. ...

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