Marjoram freeze-dried gourmet spice in jar
Brother from another mother: The taste of marjoram is somewhat reminiscent of oregano. Thus, exaggeratedly speaking, it is also considered the "wintry brother" of the herb. In terms of taste, marjoram stands out for its mildly spicy aroma, which is rounded off by a slight sweetness.
Strong, hearty - that is just right for marjoram. Thanks to its high content of essential oils, it is particularly convincing in hearty dishes - and then all along the line. So it goes very well with potato dishes and shows its full strength in bean stews. But also fat meat, fish and bread he supports quite prima in taste.
Well, already knew? In ancient Egypt, marjoram was already used to refine dishes. For the Greeks the herb had however still another, solemn purpose: Here a garland from marjoram was put to bride people around the neck. This was supposed to serve as a sign of good luck.
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