About Italian Seasoning
Italian seasoning is a blend of dried herbs — in this case rosemary, basil, oregano, sage, and marjoram. We consider this popular Italian spice blend to be a kitchen essential. It can be used to brighten up your favorite Italian dishes including pastas, pizza sauce, meatballs, and garlic bread.
While traditional Italian cooks might scoff at the idea of using pre-blended herbs, many American cooks find that Italian seasoning saves time and brings a depth of flavor to a variety of dishes. In addition to the obvious Italian applications, this blend of herbs can be added to soups, stews, sauces, and marinades. It’s the namesake ingredient in the Italian dressing you put on your salad. Italian seasoning can also be used when baking chicken, roasting vegetables, or making homemade Italian sausage.
We like to keep a generous supply of Italian seasoning on hand, which is why we offer the large “Chef’s Size” container here.
Turkey Lasagna (without ricotta cheese)For this turkey lasagna recipe, we use a turkey meat sauce and leave out the ricotta for lighter (and less likely to fall apart) version of traditional lasagna.
Turkey Meat SauceWith the right seasonings, a turkey meat sauce can be flavorful and delicious. It's also leaner and more environmentally friendly than a traditional beef sauce.