Thyme Branches

Thyme Branches

Thyme twigs can be tied into small bouquets and cooked in sauces, soups or stews. So the thyme twigs can be easily removed again. Otherwise you can pluck the small leaves of the thyme twigs and sprinkle them into the sauce. Thyme twigs are only added at the end of the cooking time so that vitamins and aroma are better preserved. Stronger thyme twigs, which you want to use as a skewer for vegetables or meat for grilling, are cut off from the strong thyme bushes in the garden.

All data per 100 g:
287 kcal
45 g
9 g
7 g

Recipes with Thyme Branches

Aioli Eggs Salad
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Asparagus starter
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Bacon Zucchini Roll with Feta
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Baked Butternut Pumpkin
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Baked herbs Dorade
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Baked mushroom buns
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BBQ cutlet and glazed onions
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