Dried Thyme Leaves

Ingredients
Dried thyme leaves (Morocco)
Also Available
Ground Thyme

Family
Lamiaceae (mint family)
Genus
Thymus
Species
T. vulgaris (common thyme)

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Dried Thyme Leaves
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Flavor Profile
lemony, earthy, smokey, hints of pine; floral aroma
Ingredients
Dried thyme leaves (Morocco)
Also Available
Ground Thyme

Family
Lamiaceae (mint family)
Genus
Thymus
Species
T. vulgaris (common thyme)


Flavor Profile
lemony, earthy, smokey, hints of pine; floral aroma
Free Sample
included with every order!

About Dried Thyme Leaves

Dried thyme leaves are used in many cuisines worldwide, from French and Greek to Cajun and Caribbean. It’s one of a handful of herbs that are actually preferred dry over fresh in many cases. Dried thyme has a strong flavor that comes across as lemony, earthy, smokey, with hints of pine and a floral aroma.

Dried thyme is often used in meat dishes as well as fish and poultry recipes. It can also be a lovely addition to your soups, sauces, stews, and roasted vegetables. Dried thyme leaves are a key ingredient in popular spice blends such as Za’atar, Cajun Seasoning, Italian Seasoning, Herbs de Provence, and Jamaican Jerk Seasoning.

Fresh thyme vs dried thyme: a good rule to follow — use a third of the amount of dried thyme leaf when substituting for fresh thyme. For example, 1 Tablespoon fresh thyme = 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves.

About the thyme plant:

Thyme — also referred to as common thyme, German thyme, or garden thyme — is a flowering herb native to the Mediterranean and southern Europe. The thyme plant grows to be about a foot tall with small, highly aromatic leaves and flowers that are either pink or purple.


$4.99
1/2 Cup Glass Jar (0.9 oz)
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