Savory - essential with beans
If you like to eat beans and want to get the most out of them, savory is a spice you should always have on hand from now on. Savory has the ability to intensify the delicious bean flavor even more. The herb offers you a spicy-aromatic taste with a slightly peppery note and should not be missing in any bean dish. If you've been seasoning without savory so far, give it a try, you'll taste the difference clearly.
Savory - from the Mediterranean to the wide world
Once savory was only native to the Mediterranean region. There are two types: winter savory or mountain savory, which is native to southern Europe, and summer savory, which comes from the eastern Mediterranean. Probably since the 9th century, however, savory is also found in our country and - if you know it - you can even find it in the wild.
Savory in the kitchen
Suitably is savory to many dishes. These include, in addition to the beans mentioned, meat and fish dishes, game and poultry, sauces and marinades, fresh cheese and cottage cheese and, last but not least, pasta dishes and stews. If savory is added to fatty meats, it has one more positive aspect to offer: It is said to make heavy dishes easier to digest. To allow savory to develop its full flavor, you should always add it just before cooking time. The taste of savory is tart, very strong and even has a slight spiciness to offer. We at Hartkorn offer you savory rubbed. Furthermore, savory can be found in numerous spice blends, among them it is a main ingredient of the herbs of Provence. Once used, you will not want to miss savory in the future. Available from us in the spice shaker or the cork lid tin and even in organic quality. Savory is also available in practical refill bags. So you always have enough savory in your spice rack in stock.