The signature seasoning from the south of France, herbs of Provence is a blend of aromatic and flavorful herbs such as lavender, basil, rosemary and sage. This glorious mixture, traditionally packed in a stoneware crock, is commonly used for meat, poultry and vegetable dishes. Made in France.
The signature seasoning from the south of France, herbes de Provence is a blend of aromatic and flavorful herbs such as lavender, basil, rosemary and sage. This glorious mixture, traditionally packed in a stoneware crock, is commonly used for meat, poultry and vegetable dishes
This is a very difficult item to Locate. Have found without the Lavender,which is a Must! To ""roast"" Poulet~Chicken is a divine scent from Oven and taste? Incomparable. Try with even Beef Burgers on a Grill before Weather is too Cold. The clay pot is a ""keeper"" for next Time to add these Lovely Herbs as a Blend. Yes,other web~sites may have them in a plastic bag. yet,this is a True French Way to purchase and quite Honestly,Only way. Rub in with Best Olive Oil. Or ""work in"" with Ground Proteins. Sprinkle on Poussin~Fish to bake
I love having herbes de Provence in my kitchen on hand. This product is a good one. For the price you get a lot of the herbs and the container keeps them fresh and it's reusable. The herbes de Provence come sealed in a bag inside the clay pot. You won't be disappointed. My roasted chicken tastes great with these Herbs!
Herbes de Provence, here a blend of thyme, basil, savory, fennel, and lavender flowers, has become my go-to seasoning on just about everything. I love to brush a baguette with olive oil and sprinkle with herbes de provence and bake briefly or cut and cube potatoes and toss with herbes de provence and olive oil before oven roasting until crispy; it's also fabulous for roasted chicken. The clay crock is also attractive and looks nice on a counter or kitchen cart
My loves it and she ran out , had to get it for her for a Christmas Present. Every Year For the start and finish of the Tour De France we have Baked Eggs and Champagne and you can't have either without Herbs of Provence.